SWAIA Performances Presents Experimental Fiddler Sage Cornelius At Santa Fe Playhouse Wednesday June 22
Multi-instrumentalist musician Sage Cornelius. Courtesy/SWAIA
SANTA FE PLAYHOUSE News:
Santa Fe Playhouse and Southwestern Association of Indian Arts (SWAIA) Performances presents multi-instrumentalist musician Sage Cornelius at 6 pm and 8 pm Wednesday, June 22 at Santa Fe Playhouse, 142 E. De Vargas St.
COST: $20; 505.988.4262, santafeplayhouse.org (Tickets also available at the door.)
DETAILS: legend Cornelius (Oneida, Navajo, Potowatomi) is a multi-instrumentalist musician from Topeka, Kansas. He learned honky-tonk/Irish fiddle as well as classical violin when he was young. He picked up guitar in high school and counts among his influences Charlie Daniels, Eddie Van Halen, Zakk Wylde, Tom Morello, and Dimebag Darrell. Cornelius puts his own spin on the concept of “violin concert” with various effect pedals and a Seven-string Flying V electric violin.
SWAIA performances showcase local, regional, and national indigenous performing talent, including dancers, poets, and musicians. SWAIA Performances are co-curated by Goiyo Perez, a performing arts coordinator working with SWAIA, and Robyn Rikoon, artistic director of the Santa Fe Playhouse. Both iconic Santa Fe organizations are celebrating their centennial year in 2022.