, 2023-01-18 11:14:01,
Srope ultans Y northern cree are in tune with her new single and video Nimihito (Dance) – showing today at tinnitus.
A collaboration between June-nominated, CFMA-victorious sultans and the grammy-nominated northern cree — a pow wow and round dance group from Canada’s Treaty 6 territory that has released more than 50 albums in its 40-year history — Nimihito (Dance) It is also the first single from the upcoming rope sultans album walking through the fire. The scheduled September 22 release is intended to be the most important project of his career: a CD and concert of collaborations with First Nations, Metis and Inuit artists from across Turtle Island.
“We are creating this recording in the spirit of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission‘s 94 calls to action and a final report calling for indigenous and non-indigenous peoples to work together as an opportunity to show a way forward,” he says. rope sultans conductor and violinist Chris McKhoolwho was recently awarded the Dr. Duke Redbird Lifetime Achievement Award from the JAYU Festival for Human Rights x Arts.
“We know that as a society we can’t move forward without acknowledging and reflecting on the past,” says McKhool. “Before reconciliation can happen, the full truth of the indigenous experience in this country must be told, which is why we have been calling on indigenous artists to share with us their stories, their experience and their lives, so that we , the Canadian settlers, we can continue. our…
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