Andrew Garcia started the group in 1974. The Tewa Dancers have frequently toured the United States, Canada, Mexico and Spain. Their appearances include Symphony Space, New York City; Washington DC Festival of American Folklife, 1976; Telluride Dance Festival, 1981; “Good Morning America,” 1986; and Sundance Institute, 1987. They are featured in the industrial film “Visions of Change.” They performed at President Bill Clinton’s inauguration, 1992, and before heads of state such as Prince Charles of Great Britain (Santa Fe, 1982 and 1985) and Princess Grace and Prince Rainier of Monaco. Andrew Garcia and ten of his dancers and singers made a ten-day trip to Kerala, India in September 2003, where they were featured at the international festival “Embracing the World for Peace and Harmony.” Other recent highlights include performing at the U.S. Consulate in São Paulo (2007), performing a special Eagle Dance for Billy Mills at Merck & Co. (2009) and performing at the “Exchange of Cultural Experiences between American and Colombian Native Cultures” at Rosario University in Bogotá, Colombia (2011).

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