Twin Flames

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Understand the rich diversity of Inuit, Indigenous and Métis cultures in Canada; gain an appreciation, through an interactive musical experience, for their cultures and the use of both traditional and western instruments; explore the realities of life as an Inuit and Indigenous person both historically and present day.


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Songs and Stories with Twin Flames

New Program Residency Performance English French Immersion

For younger audiences, Twin Flames are joined by their puppet friends Tulugaq (Raven), Okpik (Owl), Nanuq (Polar Bear) and Nattiq (Seal), as they explain how animals and nature play a vital role in survival. This interactive show features original songs, traditional stories, and Indigenous instruments, and introduces students to Indigenous and Inuit culture.

Participants:
Junior Kindergarten, Senior Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3
Maximum:
200
Discipline:
Music
Time and Price:
One 45 minute performance: $815 + HST
Two performances: same school, same day $1265 + HST
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Sharing Stories of Unbreakable Spirits

New Program Residency English French

As Twin Flames take listeners on a musical journey across Canada and the Arctic, they echo the voices of their ancestors and depict life on the land. Together, Chelsey June (Métis) and Jaaji (Inuk, Mohawk) represent Inuit, Indigenous and Métis groups in Canada. Their songs are written in English, French and Inuktitut. Through music they share the beauty of their cultures and incorporate both traditional and western instruments. This interactive show features original songs, thought provoking stories, and Indigenous instruments (Traditional Hand Drum and Spirit Flute). For younger audiences, Twin Flames are joined by their puppet friends Tulugaq (Raven), Okpik (Owl), Nanuq (Polar Bear) and Nattiq (Seal), as they explain how animals and nature play a vital role in survival. Older audiences will learn about realities that Inuit and Indigenous people face today and historical moments that led to a changed way of life, through stories and songs.

Participants:
Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
Maximum:
300
Discipline:
Music, Drama
Time and Price:
One 1 hour performance: $815 + HST
Two performances: same school, same day $1265 + HST
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