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The Mouse, the Ant and the Antelopes

Performance by Emerita Emerencia Chabelita (a cute hand-puppet) is still shivering from a scary encounter with a mouse. Her auntie (emerita) tells her own version of The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse to calm her. She continues with the story ofThe Ant and the Butterfly, followed by a tale of african antelopes. This performance with…

CreaSon

CreaSon: When already existing instruments are not enough CréaSon is the brain child of Sylvain Grenier, a musician with boundless imagination for whom the vast choice of already existing instruments was not enough. Out of hockey sticks, tin cans, pans and golf equipment, he made funky “xylo-hockeys, “cans o’fun”, “pans o’fun” and [...]

Brass Show/Workshop

Show and workshop combo by Trillium Brass Quintet The TBQ will work with your brass players on playing fundamentals (intonation, balance, rhythm, practice skills) and emphasize an understanding of their role in your ensemble. The company can provide a great variety of brass ensemble music or simply help them succeed at their existing repertoire. Workshops…

Music Colours Stories

Performance by Trillium Brass Quintet The Trillium Brass Quintet brings their love of music and their favourite instruments to show students how music can enhance a story through melody, harmony, rhythm and dynamics. Throughout the show, students will hear new music and instantly recog-nizable favourites, presented by instruments they may have never seen before. Along…

Where Have All The Natives Gone?

Program by Little Red Barnes Theatre Young people continuously try to make meaningful connections between their learning and personal experiences. creative explo-ration can be a catalyst for deeper understanding and self-discovery in a complex world. Anishinaabe artist-educator Herbie Barnes and Little Red Barnes Theatre bring a unique program to schools to help young people unpack…

Hurricane Gerty

Performance by Edith Tankus From her dreamy entrance to her gutsy grand finale, Hurricane Gerty doles out ukulele arias, off-the-wall puppetry, charismatic crowd-control, and stupendous feats of spontaneous mirth. She delivers it all with graceful wit in a singularly unforgettable theatrical event. Ever determined and ever hopeful, the clown connects us with our own vulnerabilities…