Opera Singer Celebrates Her Oneida Cultural Heritage Through The Arts

By Fred Wessel | May 6, 2014


Jennifer Stevens is a member of the Oneida Nation who celebrates her cultural heritage through the arts. As a renowned opera singer, she performs the classics, but also helps keep her culture alive by performing in the Oneida language, engaging in traditional pottery making and painting.

Follow Jennifer’s journey to fuse her art, music and life in this special, Owe’la: The Music Within Jennifer Stevens

Fred Wessel

Fred Wessel

Fred Wessel is a contributing producer at PBS Wisconsin.
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