Native American Music, Dance, Hoops & More
Flute Video Demo
Authentic Native American Music and Dance
Nino Reyes and his Native American performers provide authentic cultural entertainment while their music and dance preserves our precious American heritage. These artists are available for many types of events, and often perform at public and private schools, performing arts centers, theaters, multi-cultural and folk festivals, fairs, museums, corporate events, weddings, and parks.
“The dancers were amazing and everyone enjoyed them a lot. They ranked 20 out of 10 on our scale.“ – Anthony Perez, Wedding, South Jordan, UT
“He was awesome! We were MORE than impressed!! I plan to call on them in a year or two and open it up to the community :-). Everyone loved it!“ – Megan Brubaker, Bride, Escalante, UT
“The Native American Hoop, Jingle, and Fancy dance group was awesome. Seriously amazing. They performed at the Twin Pine Casino & Hotel Indian Days Celebration and were a wonderful addition to the event. They are very professional and some of the nicest people. Green Light Booking was able to accommodate the last minute request and booking. Highly recommend Green Light and the Native American Performers. I will call Green Light tomorrow to discuss potentially booking them again next year.” – Kyle Lewis, Twin Pine Casino, Middletown, CA
Their show is appropriate for indoor or outdoor presentations and the length can be adapted to fit the needs of the client and venue.
Presentations are done with full regalia and include:
- Traditional dance
- Fancy dance
- Grass dance
- Hoop dance (featuring international award-winning hoop dancers)
- Navajo bow and arrow and basket dance
- Authentic drums, singers, and drum music
- Award-winning Native American flute music
Nino Reyes performed with Felipe Rose (of the Village People) in the award-winning Trail of Tears program in 2002. He is a Northern Traditional Dancer, carrying on the Tradition of the warrior, wearing the eagle bustles of past days.
Native American Photo Slide Show
Nino holds a master’s degree in social work, and has used his music to teach culture, substance abuse and healing, and philosophy. His rich heritage and cultural background are the foundation for his teaching of indigenous craft, dance, stories, and music. He regularly conducts workshops on flute playing, and is influential with people of both indigenous and non-indigenous cultures.
Nino has shared his music throughout the world. His international travels have included performances in Japan, New Zealand, and Sweden. He has performed at the well-known Indian Summer gathering in Milwaukee, WI, and has shared the stage with Douglas Spottedeagle, R. Carlos Nakai, Jim Bilagody, and Bill Miller.
Nino was featured in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games Opening Ceremonies held in Salt Lake City, Utah and also performed at the 2007 Deaflympics Opening Ceremonies. Nino’s third CD, which was released in the spring of 2004, won an International Telly award, and also received a Native American Music Award nomination. Nino is currently a Voting Member of the Grammy Awards.