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Pamyua

Time: 7:30pm     Day: Sunday     Doors: 6:30pm     Ages: 21+ without parent or guardian     Price: $18
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Tickets cost $18 in advance, $23 day of show (plus a $2 service charge). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.

Tumbleroot is a mostly-standing-room venue. Limited seating available.

Pamyua is hear as part of an extended AMP Residency.  AMP Residencies provide artists an opportunity to perform several shows in New Mexico, visit schools, do workshops and get to know our beautiful state and people. These are great opportunities for the groups and for all of us!

Pamyua is Alaska's most famous Inuit band. The group was formed in April 1995 by brothers Phillip and Stephen Blanchett, who stumbled upon a musical concept to blend Inuit drum/dance melodies with R&B vocal styling and arrangements. The duo immediately began sharing their performance around Alaska and collaborating with like-minded artists. Today Pamyua works with world-class musicians from Alaska and Denmark and travels the world sharing their blend of cultural harmony.

Pamyua showcases Inuit culture though music and dance performance. The show is a platform to share indigenous knowledge and history. Their style derives from traditional melodies reinterpreted with contemporary vocalization and instrumentation. Often described as "Inuit Soul Music," Pamyua has discovered their own genre.  

Band members are proud to represent Indigenous culture. The group believes unity is possible though music and dance. Together, each member works to interpret Inuit traditions masterfully with joy and sincerity. The response to this message is tremendous as the group is a symbol of pride for Alaska's indigenous people and to all who see them perform. Pamyua's performances aim to honor and share indigenous traditions through ceremony, songs, and dance. 


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