CLASSICAL INDIGENOUS SONGS
Jeremy Dutcher is classically trained tenor who blend their formation with their Wolastoq heritage, creating a unique sound and music in between, classical, pop, jazz and traditional music. Dutcher’s first record, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, focus on rearrangement of wax cylinder recordings from his community done in 1907 “… If you loose the language, you’re losing a unique way of being in the world. ”
Polaris Prize Winner 2018
Junos Indigenous Artist of the year 2019
Photo credits: Vanessa Heins
The Festival des traditions du monde de Sherbrooke is a intercultural gathering which offers a series of spectacular and participative activities for every public.
Since its inception in 1998, the harmonization of inter-ethnic relations through the celebration and promotion of the various traditions of the world is at the heart of the priorities of the organization.
The event is conducted with consideration and particular attention given to cultural differences and the family, while highlighting various values, such as openness, respect, commitment, professionalism and team spirit. In this way, the Festival contributes to creating a community, as well as allowing traditions to bridge the generational and cultural gaps.
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