Rediscover the world through the sounds of nature, music and Indigenous song.
A child in contact with the world of dreams meets fabulous characters who whisper to him the secrets of First Nations music and knowledge. These teachings inspire him to create and lead him to share his own music with others. With the evocative sounds of traditional flutes and percussion, this theatrical concert explores the ancestral art of dreaming, which is integral to Huron-Wendat culture.
Target Audience: 3 to 5 years old / 6 to 12 years old
Concert Lenght: 35 minutes / 55 minutes
Maximum Audience : 200 people
Évan Launière, Ilnu musician and actor – The child
Kathia Rock, Innu musician and actress – Characters from nature and the dreamworld
Native American flutes, traditional drums and small percussion instruments
Native American Indian flute maker : dg Hatch, Chippewa
TEXT, ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS, AND ARRANGEMENTS OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC
Nathalie Shendaèhwas Picard, Huron-Wendat
COSTUME DESIGN AND PUPPETS
STAGE DIRECTION AND WRITING GUIDANCE
** This concert is offered as part of our Musical Escapades
series, on March 16, 17, 18, 19 & 20, 2020, at the Joseph Rouleau Hall of JMC’s André Bourbeau House.