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November 03, 2022

nora chipaumire, wearing a white and black-patterned jumpsuit, thick black necklaces, white and black head covering, and white sneakers, looks into the camera. she sits on top of a high stack of wood stereo speakers, feet resting on top of a black speaker.

Loud, proud and militant, the latest from dance powerhouse nora chipaumire features the shitsoundsystem, a huge speaker setup custom-made for sonic maximalism. On it plays the artist’s new opera, Nehanda, a work named for an […]

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A Percussionist’s Songbook

November 03, 2022

Joby Burgess, wearing a black shirt with a red roaring tiger on it, runs his hands through his brown hair. Behind is a black background with oversize white words that are not legible.

Joby Burgess is a percussionist who transcends categorization; his virtuosity, his daring and his eclecticism put him in the top rank of international musicians. In this show, he performs his new album, made up of […]

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The Seventh Fire

November 03, 2022

Woodland style painting by Niiwin Binesi of two stylized figures outlined in black facing each other. They have red skin with bodies composed of yellow, blue, and pink outlined shapes. A black line connects their mouths. Above is a blue moon and owl. The background has red dots and a red border.

You are invited to connect to the medicine that lives within you with The Seventh Fire, an immersive audio performance inspired by ceremony. Drawing from Anishinaabe stories and oral traditions, artist Lisa Cooke Ravensbergen invokes […]

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The Café

November 17, 2021

Unfortunately, due to the impacts of COVID-19, the presentation of The Café has been cancelled. If you have purchased tickets, please contact our Patron Services Team to exchange or refund your tickets. Shortening the gap […]

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Ruby Singh’s Vox.Infold

November 17, 2021

Here’s a chance to experience sound as touch, sound as atmosphere, sound as a wondrous,  enveloping presence. Drawing on both traditional and emergent musical practices, this IBPOC ensemble has created rich, powerfully expressive compositions; in […]

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Capitalism Works For Me! True/False

November 16, 2021

Note: Due to transport delays, this show will open Saturday at January at 11:30am and will run as scheduled until January 24th. The online panel discussion on January 20 will proceed as planned. Steve Lambert’s installation […]

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