Marlon Magdalena

is a Native American artist, educator, and performer from the Pueblo of Jemez in New Mexico. He performs with Native American Style flutes of his own making and some made by other makers. He is also the Instructional Coordinator at the Jemez Historic Site where he educates the public about his culture.

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Marlon is also the President of the Jemez Arts and Crafts Association

Learn more about his flutes here @ My flutes 


Making a video in my dad's cornfield, July 26, 2020

Our Fair New Mexico Virtual Concert Featuring Marlon Magdalena

The fourth performance of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs "Our Fair New Mexico" virtual concert series features Native American flute artist, educator, and performer Marlon Magdalena of Jemez Pueblo. Hosted by New Mexico Historic Sites in conjunction with Jemez Historic Site, the concert will premiere on the Historic Sites Facebook page at 7 pm on Friday, May 1, 2020. The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), in partnership with state museums, historic sites, and cultural institutions, is excited to continue its weekly virtual concert series with musicians living in New Mexico.

Posted by New Mexico Historic Sites on Friday, May 1, 2020

"Our Fair New Mexico" Concert 4: Marlon Magdalena, May 1, 2020 PRESS RELEASE

Music with Marlon, "A Row of Parrots" Flute Song Week 8

🎡🎢 Music with Marlon, "A Row of Parrots", Week 8🎢🎡 Join Jemez Pueblo tribal member and Jemez Historic Site Instructional Coordinator, Marlon Magdalena as he performs one of his songs entitled, "A Row of Parrots" on a wooden Native American Style Flute. For more summer activities got to

Posted by New Mexico Historic Sites on Sunday, July 26, 2020

Music with Marlon, NMHS Virtual Summer Camp 2020

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