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Mr. Winston Wuttunee D.

Director of Music

Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre

HQ Phone: (306) 955-3577

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Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre

305 - 2555 Grasswood Road East

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7T 0K1

Canada

Company Description

Saskatchewan Indian provides an opportunity for advertisers to reach the First Nation consumer. The magazine is distributed to all First Nation communities in Saskatchewan and to all First Nation groups, organizations and institutions. For more informatio ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Turtle Island Music Inc

Cultural Keynote,Entertainer,Emcee,Composer

NATIVE STAR

Education

Bachelor of Music degree

Web References (81 Total References)


1978 Artists | Vancouver Folk Music Festival

thefestival.bc.ca [cached]

Winston Wuttunee

Born on the Red Pheasant Reserve in Saskatchewan, Winston Wuttunee is director of music at the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College in Saskatoon, and a fine folksinger. His music reflects a strong love for the Native past and an unbreakable faith in the future for the Indian people. Winston represents a brilliant facet of the folk music spectrum and the Vancouver Folk Music Festival is proud to include him in our program.


1978 Artists | Vancouver Folk Music Festival

thefestival.bc.ca [cached]

Winston Wuttunee

Born on the Red Pheasant Reserve in Saskatchewan, Winston Wuttunee is director of music at the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College in Saskatoon, and a fine folksinger. His music reflects a strong love for the Native past and an unbreakable faith in the future for the Indian people. Winston represents a brilliant facet of the folk music spectrum and the Vancouver Folk Music Festival is proud to include him in our program.


1987 « Vancouver Folk Music Festival

thefestival.bc.ca [cached]

Winston Wuttunee

Winston Wuttunee describes himself as a Native entertainer. This is probably as good a description as any, although it doesn't nearly begin to describe the talent and experience that make up his musical personality. His first musical training was as a clarinetist with the Canadian Guards' Band in the army. In the early 70s Winston worked at the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College, developing programs to promote positive self-awareness and identity for Indian students through music. This led to concerts, television shows and the development of Winston's exceptional skills as a children's performer.
But Winston also has a profound understanding of traditional Native music. and the relationship between Native Indian spirituality and culture. He is one of those rare individuals who is able to ntegrate his consciousness as a Native artist with a firm grounding in western music and performance techniques. On stage he can be extremely funny one minute and extremely powerful the next; moving from a song about Louis Riel. to one about the fate of Native people in this country He also has an incredible sense of place and has written a number of evocative songs about the Canadian north and west.
Winston will be joined by his great band Rainbow Bridge.


1978 « Vancouver Folk Music Festival

thefestival.bc.ca [cached]

Winston Wuttunee

Born on the Red Pheasant Reserve in Saskatchewan, Winston Wuttunee is director of music at the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College in Saskatoon, and a fine folksinger. His music reflects a strong love for the Native past and an unbreakable faith in the future for the Indian people. Winston represents a brilliant facet of the folk music spectrum and the Vancouver Folk Music Festival is proud to include him in our program.


1987 « Vancouver Folk Music Festival

thefestival.bc.ca [cached]

Winston Wuttunee

Winston Wuttunee describes himself as a Native entertainer. This is probably as good a description as any, although it doesn't nearly begin to describe the talent and experience that make up his musical personality. His first musical training was as a clarinetist with the Canadian Guards' Band in the army. In the early 70s Winston worked at the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural College, developing programs to promote positive self-awareness and identity for Indian students through music. This led to concerts, television shows and the development of Winston's exceptional skills as a children's performer.
But Winston also has a profound understanding of traditional Native music. and the relationship between Native Indian spirituality and culture. He is one of those rare individuals who is able to ntegrate his consciousness as a Native artist with a firm grounding in western music and performance techniques. On stage he can be extremely funny one minute and extremely powerful the next; moving from a song about Louis Riel. to one about the fate of Native people in this country He also has an incredible sense of place and has written a number of evocative songs about the Canadian north and west.
Winston will be joined by his great band Rainbow Bridge.

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