Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth will gather on stage at the Canadian Cultural Centre for Nikamu Mamuitun – Chansons Rassembleuses. Don’t miss this cross-cultural musical encounter on Thursday, March 16!
Born in Petite-Vallée during a creative residency under the direction of Florent Vollant, this project is an inclusive celebration of song.
Artists Florent Vollant, Réjean Bouchard and Guillaume Arsenault accompanied the singer-songwriters at the heart of the project throughout the process: Matiu, Karen Pinette-Fontaine, Scott Pien-Picard, Ivan Boivin, Marcie, Cédrik St-Onge, and Mariko, resulting in mixed and authentic compositions. They are accompanied by Jean-Guy Leblanc on bass and Mathieu Minville on drums.
Indie-folk sounds, sound atmospheres, polyphony, and above all, a great complicity developed between these artists who, over the course of their creative residencies, have formed a real family.
This show was created and presented at the Festival en chanson de Petite-Vallée, as well as at the Festival Innu Nikamu de Maliotenam, thus concretizing a joint desire to bring together singer-songwriters and to bring them to the public, for an intercultural artistic project.
Centre culturel canadien
130 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris
Event fully booked.