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General Public: $48
Museum Members: $41
34 or under: $24

Bourgie Hall presents

Oktoecho - Saimaniq-Sivumut

Concert in conjunction with the exhibitions

For more than 15 years, Oktoecho has helped to share the wealth of Inuit culture with audiences through its boundless creativity. The original creation Saimaniq-Sivumut creates a true alchemy between three gems of this age-old culture: katajjaq, the Inuit drum, and Ayaya singing, while also incorporating Arabic polyrhythms, Japanese and Irish flutes, and electronics.

In conjunction with the new presentation of the Inuit art collection ᐅᐅᒻ ᒪᖁᑎᒃ uummaqutik: essence of life

General Public: $48
Museum Members: $41
34 or under: $24

Wednesday November 6, 2024 at 07:30 pm


Oktoecho Ensemble
Nina Segalowitz, Inuit throat singing and drum
Lydia Etok, codirector, Inuit throat singing and drum
Hélène Martel, experimental and jazz throat singing
Katia Makdissi-Warren, artistic director, compositions and oud
Carla Antoun, cello
Michel Dubeau, flutes
Bertil Schulrabe, percussion
Eryk Warren, electronics

Bourgie Hall

Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
1339 Sherbrooke Street West
Montreal, Quebec H3G 1G2

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