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!
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.
Gordon Bronitsky will be a featured speaker at the 8th Annual New Mexico Native American Economic Summit, May 20-22 2014 at the Isleta Resort and Casino. He will speak about Going International! at the Session, Going International and the Importance of Partnerships.
Baatarjav Erdenetsogt visited Gordon Bronitsky for ten days in April. He is the Founder/Director of the Centre of Native Heritage Culture and Customs of World Nomads, based in Mongolia. The purpose of the visit was to establish a working relationship and a long-term strategic plan to promote closer cultural ties between American Indian and other Indigenous artists and performers, traditional AND contemporary, and their Mongolian counterparts.
Baatarjav is also a renowned throat singer and the highlight of his visit was a jazz improvisation performance in Albuquerque April 26 with the Delbert Anderson Trio (a Navajo jazz trio) and Navajo fluteplayer Andrew Thomas, who has recently returned from a tour of the Russian Far East in association with the United States Consulate in Vladivostok (see below). It was a great success and you can click here to see video of the event on YouTube.
Plans are already underway to bring Gordon Bronitsky to Mongolia this summer to meet with Mongolian cultural and other officials.
Gordon Bronitsky, PhD, Founder/President of Bronitsky and Associates, was a featured speaker at the Third International Conference on Applications of Anthropology in Business 2014 at Jishou University, China, in May. His topic was International Cultural Marketing.
While in Jishou, Dr Bronitsky met with Prof. Hanling Li (Vice Chairman, Xiangxi Tujia and Miao Political Negotiation Committee/Dean, Wulingshan Region Developmental Research Institute, Jishou University) for initial discussions on the creation of an annual celebration of the arts, traditional and contemporary, of the many minority ethnic groups in Hunan, including the Tu and Miao.
Dr Bronitsky also led a very successful two-day workshop on international cultural marketing for students and faculty at the Tianjin University of Finance and Economics at the invitation of Dr Andy Zhengying Lu (Dean of Tourism Department/Vice President of Tianjin Tourism Association) and Professor Liang Zhi (Chief Professor and Deputy Dean of the Business School/Director of Center for Tourism Research and Planning).
Bronitsky and Associates worked with the United States Consulate in Vladivostok, Russia, to bring Navajo fluteplayer Andrew Thomas to share his music with Russian audiences in Vladivostok and Sakhalin in April 2014. Bronitsky and Associates has previously toured Mr. Andrew to Belarus and helped create a joint recording in Perth, Australia, with Mr Andrews and Australian Aboriginal didigeridoo performer Heath Bergersen.
Here are links to articles and other resources from the tour:
- Navajo Times (March 27, 2014)
- Sakhalinmedia.ru Online Article (April 9, 2014)
- Facebook photo gallery from U.S. Consulate in Vladivostok
We also received a very nice thank-you letter from the Consul General about the visit. Click here to read it.
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.
A Handbook of Practicing Anthropology is available on Amazon.com.