From captivating performances to interactive workshops, this festival is a celebration of innovation and inclusivity. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to connect, learn, and be inspired! Check out folda.ca for more details and to purchase tickets.
Get ready for an electrifying night with DJ Shub, the 2022 Juno award winner contemporary Indigenous artist.
Join us as over 80 of today's brightest young classical musicians take to the Isabel stage for the NYO's 2023 Aurora Tour, under the baton of world-renowned conductor, Maestro Sascha Goetzel.
This installation explores the systemic erasure of Indigenous culture in residential schools.
An Evening with The Great Lake Swimmers
With Schumann's Symphony No. 3, this not-to-be missed powerhouse performance kicks off the Isabel's 2023/24 season.
This musical collaboration sees Jay and Leela co-write and co-create new repertoire together, harnessing their talents as deeply insightful and genuine storytellers.
Mali Obomsawin is an award-winning bassist/ composer from Odanak First Nation.
Indigenous peoples use storytelling as a way to pass on knowledge from generation to generation.
Art For All Exhibition and Balloted Art Sale
Venture into Eve Egoyan’s musical world with this beautifully made visual essay, featuring art from David Rokeby.
The Art and Waste in Panniqtuuq (Pangnirtung) Exhibition explores the ways Inuit Nunangat is a site where differing ideologies, epistemologies and cosmologies collide, and hegemonic assumptions marginalize Inuit [and other Indigenous] ways of knowing and being.