Grammy® nominated Native Flute Recording Artist John Two-Hawks is coming to the Alma Performing Arts Center on his national 'Horse Spirit' Tour, bringing deeply moving stories of indigenous resilience to life through the evocative, soul stirring music of his latest album, 'Horse Spirit'. Concert goers will take a musical journey into a true Lakota story of struggle, loss, healing and triumph. Experience the healing power of ancient human connection to the horse nation, and how we all can be lifted up by their strength, and grounded by their balance. This incredible new music is drawn from Two-Hawks' powerful experience on horseback for 135 miles with hundreds of other Lakota people in the brutal winter of South Dakota in remembrance of the tragic events that took place at Wounded Knee in 1890. And while paying homage to that experience, the music also speaks of the healing power of the human relationship to the horse. The Lakota are a horse nation, and yet they are not alone in their connection with this powerful, spiritual being. This music is for all who love, respect and honor the horse spirit.