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Alt Title(s): Interview with Soni Moreno (Mayan/Apache/Yaqui), Soni Moreno
Location: Interviewed at American Indian Community House (AICH), New York City, on Apr. 5, 2006.
Synopsis: In this interview, Soni Moreno (Mayan/Apache/Yaqui) reflects on her earlier years as a performer, arriving in New York City, and finding the American Indian Community House (AICH). During this time she also met her singing partner, Pura Fe (Tuscarora), and started the group Ulali (www.ulali.com). She reminisces about all the performances she has seen and participated in during her years at the AI...
Alt Title(s): Indian Summer '95: American Indian Youth Theater Project ('Indian 101') & Ulali, Indian 101 and Ulali
Location: Performed at The American Indian Community House, New York City, on June 3, 1995.
Synopsis: Indian 101 is a dark comedy about a class of Indians with literary aspirations. Set in an adult writing class a few days before Christmas, the students decide to have class as usual despite the teacher's absence. The result is both hilarious and tragic as the critique of work soon degrades into criticism of each other and ends in all out war. Indian 101 was written by the Fourplay Theater Company...
Alt Title(s): Ulali
Location: Performed at The American Indian Community House, New York City, in Apr. 2002.
Synopsis: The all womens a capella group Ulali performs. Ulali (www.ulali.com), formerly known as Pura Fe, is an a cappella women's trio featuring three Native women singers, Pura Fe (Tuscarora), Soni Moreno (Apache/Mayan) and Jennifer Kreisberg (Tuscarora). Ulali blends a variety of traditional and contemporary indigenous music of the Americas, incorporating political, social and personal issues that affe...
Alt Title(s): Coatlicue Theater Company: Blood speaks
Location: Performed at The American Indian Community House, New York City, on June 21, 1992.
Synopsis: Coatlicue Theater Company's Blood Speaks deals with the pivotal role that religion/Christianity played in the oppression and genocide of native people. In the course of the play the artists reclaim their voices and begin to rewrite history, in their own terms. Elvira and Hortencia Colorado, Chichimec Otomi storytellers, playwrights, performers and community activists are founding members of Coatl...
Alt Title(s): Ulali: Follow your heart's desire, Pura Fe: Follow your heart's desire
Location: Performed at The American Indian Community House, New York City, in 1991.
Synopsis: This 1991 Ulali music video for their song Follow Your Hearts Desire won Best Music Video at the American Indian Film Festival was played on VH-1, CNN, MTV, PBS and Much Music. Ulali (www.ulali.com) formerly known as Pura Fe, is an a cappella women's trio featuring three Native women singers, Pura Fe (Tuscarora), Soni Moreno (Apache/Mayan) and Jennifer Kreisberg (Tuscarora). Ulali blends a variet...
Alt Title(s): Celebrate Brooklyn: Native American visions, Native American vision
Location: Performed at the Prospect Park Bandshell, Brooklyn, New York, on July 17, 1989.
Synopsis: 'Native American Visions,' a concert of contemporary, traditional and jazz music featuring Jim Pepper, Arto Tuncboyachi and the a cappella group Pura Fe, was part the 1989 'Celebrate Brooklyn' festival, held at the Prospect Park Bandshell. The show was opened with traditional American Indian drumming and singing and also featured dancer, Raoul Trujillo's contemporary dance solo, 'The Shaman's Jou...
Alt Title(s): Ulali & the SilverCloud Singers, Native America (cable network show), Ulali and The Silver Cloud Singers, American Indian Community House presents: Native America : an evening with Ulali & the Silver Cloud Singers
Location: Recorded at The American Indian Community House, New York City, on Nov. 18, 1996.
Synopsis: For several years the American Indian Community House (AICH) produced a cable network show titled 'Native America.' Select performances in the Circle at AICH were videotaped, edited, and aired on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network in half hour segments. This episode contains performances by Ulali and the Silvercloud Singers. Ulali (www.ulali.com), formerly known as Pura Fe, is an a cappella women...