Welcome to Bronitsky and Associates LLC.
Since 1992, we have been providing quality cultural experiences that inspire, educate and entertain audiences and participants around the world.
With offices in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA and Breisach, Germany we offer professional services in:
We have an active database of over 6900 artists, performers and cultural organizations from around the world. We can work with you to design almost any kind of Indigenous event, traditional AND contemporary, from almost anywhere in the world!
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Please enjoy the slide show (above right) featuring images from events that have taken place since 1999. Although some of the pictures are not of the highest quality, these photos showcase the wide variety of talented artists we represent and the locations all over the world that we have been privileged to visit.
Algeria (August, 2015)
The Chinle Valley Singers at the US embassy, Algiers, Algeria:
And this is an image of a news story about their visit:
Siberia (Summer, 2015)
Navajo performers Kansas Begaye and Linda Davis (of the Chinle Valley Singers) just returned from Siberia! Under the auspices of the United States consulate in Vladivostok, they performed at the Ysyakh festiva - the Yakuts national festival celebrating (and wishing for) fertility, usually celebrated on the Summer Solstice (21 June). There is an all-nationality parade in the suburb of Us Khatyn (Ус Хатын), which sees tens of thousands of people from all the various peoples of the Russian Federation. The main event, as a rule, of the two-day festival, is the painted blessing ceremony of the harvest by the White Shaman. No less important for the Yakuts are the sacred rites of the second day's sunrise. The festivities are conducted with competitions in traditional Yakut sports, like Yakut archery, stick fighting, "Khapsagai" (Хапсагай) wrestling, and also national arts: singing, Vargan mouth harp, reciting of traditional oral epics, and others. There are also competitions to make the best national dishes, folk costumes, traditional folk concerts, as well as local popular music. Here are some images from this great experience!
Gordon Bronitsky’s most recent article about his work, Doing Anthropology--Full Tilt, Full Time, was published in A Handbook of Practicing Anthropology, edited by Riall Nolan. If you’d like to know how Gordon Bronitsky got to where he is, or where he’s going, this article is a good place to start - click here to read it.
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