2-time Grammy Award Winner From Taos Pueblo

Performances by 2-Time Grammy Award Winner Robert Mirabal 

Exclusively at El Monte Sagrado in Taos, NM

Join us for the final weekend of the summer season - July 28 & 29

Experience the intensity of music and theatrical performances of Robert Mirabal of Taos Pueblo. Robert has been described as a Native American “Renaissance man” – musician, composer, painter, master craftsman, poet, actor, screenwriter, horseman and farmer. He has performed all over the world and now is offering an intimate performances in his home town of Taos at El Monte Sagrado. These exclusive performances are inspired by pueblo agriculture and will feature music, dance, theater and special guests in a celebration of life. 

Robert Mirabal in Po'Pay Speaks Groundbreaking Theatrical Performaces

Robert has won many honors as a composer, songwriter and musician including two-time Native American Artist of the Year, three-time Songwriter of the Year, a 2006 GRAMMY Award for Sacred Ground, and his 2008 GRAMMY Award for Johnny Whitehorse Totemic Flute Chants. Robert was featured in the PBS Special, Music From a Painted Cave and portrayed Tony Lujan (Taos Pueblo), the famed husband of Mabel Dodge Lujan, in the movie Georgia O’Keeffe, with three-time Academy Award nominee, Joan Allen. In August of 2012, Robert premiered Po’Pay Speaks, his one-man show in Santa Fe about the leader of the Pueblo Revolt (1680). He is also the author of two poetry and prose books: A Skeleton of a Bridge and Running Alone in Photographs. Learn more at mirabalnativeflutes.com or  here heritageinspirations.com/blog/i-share-seeds/i-share-seeds

Robert Mirabal Performance Tickets

  • Performances are held Fridays & Saturdays in the Gallery in El Monte Sagrado Resort & Spa
  • Doors open at 6:30pm and performances will begin at 7:00pm
  • All tickets are $25 each and seating is general admission
  • Tickets maybe purchased at the door or reserved in advance from El Monte Sagrado at 575.758.3502
Dining and cocktails are available before and after the performance at El Monte Sagrado's De La Tierra Restaurant and Anaconda Bar.

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