The Canadian Cultural Centre invites you to two exceptional musical evenings to celebrate the power and diversity of Indigenous languages, on January 18 and 19!
Almost a year after the launch of UNESCO’s International Decade of Indigenous Languages, let yourself be transported by the “half mystical, half mysterious” music of Jeremy Dutcher, on January 19 at 8pm. Book your seats now!
Jeremy Dutcher is a Wolastoqiyik member of Neqotkuk (Tobique First Nation) in North-West New Brunswick. On stage at the Canadian Cultural Centre, he will be presenting his second album, “Motewolonuwok”, which blends his native Wolastoqey language with English. A talented songwriter, he fuses the songs of his community with neoclassical, jazz, and pop influences. Jeremy Dutcher has performed in some of the world’s greatest concert halls, and his musical work has taken him to NPR’s Tiny Desk and the judges’ table of Canada’s Drag Race.
An evening in partnership with the Canadian Commission for UNESCO (CCUNESCO) and Musicaction.
Centre culturel canadien
130 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris
Event fully booked.