Music Makers: The Power of Indigenous Music

Music Makers Flyer ImageIndigenous music is by its nature participatory; it lends itself to socialization.
Songs come from the natural world and from dreams, often expressing a deep
appreciation for life and sustenance.
This included a special Concert of Indigenous Music plus a two-day Rattle-Making
Workshop.

Both events open to everyone.

RHYTHMS & RATTLES:
A Look at Indigenous Music (Concert)

Performers:

RENE MESHAKE

JANI LAUZON

SADIE BUCK (Storyweaver)

The audience was invited to a meet & greet after the concert to speak with the performers. Refreshments were served.

SHAKING THE RATTLE:
Traditions and Rattle Making

Over the course of two days, Rattle Maker ADAM SKYE was teaching participants how to make personal rattles.

SADIE BUCK lead a rattle circle and rhythm session using the rattle creations.

Buffet lunch was served.

The event took place at the Royal Botanical Gardens.

A METIS WOMEN’S CIRCLE PROJECT FUNDED BY NEW HORIZONS FOR SENIORS