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Jul22

Places D’Armes Music Zone

The Places d’Armes Music Zone, St Sulpice / Notre Dame, Old Montreal

Beatrice Deer band as a duo for this event.

Every day during summer, from Monday to Friday at lunchtime, the SDC Old-Montreal is collaborating with the Ville-Marie borough to offer you at the heart of Places d’Armes, a special area dedicated to emerging artists with free summer concerts taking place outside: The Places d’Armes Music Zone. Featuring a variety of music from folk-rock, Hindi-rock to R&B and pop music, the Music Zone’s program is very diverse and will highlight the new talents of Montreal's music scene.

https://vieuxmontreal.ca/en/projects/la-zone-musique-place-darmes

Jun15

6th Spirit Walk/La Marche de l'espoir

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Mont-Royal, Montreal

A community walk up Mont-Royal, with all proceeds going to the annual healing retreat and services for women and children at the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal. To donate, visit http://www.nwsm.info/

May8

Canada Celebration in Venice

Venice, Italy

Beatrice Deer and Chris McCarron perform as an acoustic duo with Artcirq of Igloolik, Nunavut for the Canada Celebrations leading up to the Venice Biennale.

May1

Nunavik Mineral Exploration

Kuujjuaq

The Beatrice Deer Band will be playing the Nunavik Mineral Exploration evening event open to the public.

There will be an entry fee.

Apr11

Le Sentier de la parole/Pathway of words

Centennial Theater, 2600, College Rd, Sherbrooke

In partnership with Les Amis du Patrimoine de Saint-Venant-de-Paquette, Bishop’s University, les Éditions Hannenorak, les Éditions Mémoire d’encrier and Kwahiatonhk!, Champlain-Lennoxville invites you to the official opening.

Alanis O’Bomsawin and Richard Séguin will be the honorific sponsors of this pathway, and David Goudreault will be the spokesperson and the Master of ceremonies for this grand opening for Le Sentier de la parole/Pathway of words. Le Sentier de la parole/ Pathway of words will come to life on the shared campus of Bishop’s University and Champlain-Lennoxville. This pathway will devote itself primarily to Indigenous poetry.

The first works of poetry will be shared with the public at the opening ceremony the evening of April 11th. These works of Indigenous poets will be shared with you through videos prepared by students from Champlain-Lennoxville, Bishop’s University, aboriginal adult education centers from Gesgapegiaq, Kahnawake, Listiguj, Sept-Îles, and Uashat mak Mani-utenam.

On stage: Moe Clark, Beatrice Deer, Jean Désy, Andrée Lévesque-Sioui, Alanis O’Bomsawin, Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui, Sylvain Rivard, Rodney Saint-Éloi, Richard Séguin, Christine Sioui-Wawanoloath, Jean Sioui, Florent Vollant.

Website – Réseau Ovation https://www.ovation.qc.ca/

Sep8

Alianait

Inukshuk High School , Iqaluit, NU

Back to Iqaluit by popular demand, Beatrice Deer is a singer, seamstress and advocate for good health from the tiny Nunavik village of Quaqtaq. Beatrice has four albums under her belt, including an award winner for Best Inuit Cultural Album at the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards. We’re excited for her newest album’s release this spring. Beatrice’s advocacy for Inuit culture, healthy food and healthy lifestyles has made her a role model for many Inuit, young and old.

https://alianait.ca/events/2018/9/8/beatrice-deer