Manitoba Music

Rhonda Head

Aboriginal, Classical

Rhonda has training in Classical Music and studied privately with music teachers from Toronto, Denver The Pas and Winnipeg. She has performed with the Manitoba Opera Chorus, and the Flin Flon Community Choir as well as numerous banquets, galas, and festivals through out Manitoba, and the United States.

Native American Music Award for Best World Recording in 2011 for her debut CD Kayas.  Kayas was recorded in Toronto, ON in five different languages - Italian, French, Latin, Cree and English.  The CD also got a nomination for the Indian Summer Music Awards in Milwaukee, WI.

Rhonda's 2nd CD Nikumoon, which was recorded in the Cree Language was nominated for the West Coast American Indian Music Awards for Best Canadian Artist and Best Female Vocals, and has been invited to perform and present at the award show in Hollywood on August 30, 2014.  Rhonda took home the award for the Best Canadian Indigenous Artist.

Rhonda has also been nominated at the Indian Summer Music Awards in Milwaukee Wisonsin, for the Spiritual Category and has been invited to perform at on September 5, 6 & 7 including the awards shows.

Rhonda auditioned for the Gilbert & Sullivan production Pirates of Penzance in The Pas, and landed the role of Edith.  The show ran on May 28, 29, & 30, 2014 to sold out crowds and standing ovations every night.

In December 1, 2013, Rhonda travelled with the Flin Flon community choir to perform Handel's Messiah at the Lincoln Centre, and was named the number 1 Christmas event to attend in North America.

Last summer Rhonda was asked to be part of a compilation CD for veterans in Canada called - PPCLI, her song Amazing Grace sung in Cree is part of this amazing tribute to Veterans.



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