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Indigenous duo to perform their unique music in Canora

Twin Flames is a duo known for music that builds bridges across cultures, continents and styles.
Twin Flames, a duo whose music honours their ancestors’ history and indigenous backgrounds, will perform in Canora on Nov. 8.

CANORA - Music fans in Canora and the surrounding area are looking forward to Nov. 8, the date of the next concert in the Stars for Saskatchewan Concert Series presented by the Canora Arts Council.

Performing at the Canora Composite School auditorium will be Twin Flames, a duo whose music is building bridges across cultures, continents and styles, according to a release from Canora Arts Council.

Twin Flames brings together a richness of personal history and musical experience, continued the release. Blending together Indigenous and western instruments, as well as their own unique sonic creations, this multi award-winning duo effortlessly floats between Inuktitut, French and English, leaving audiences fascinated and inspired. Twin Flames creates a sonic landscape that spans Canada’s vast country, they transcend cultural boundaries and inspire unity while honouring their ancestors’ history and Indigenous backgrounds. Twin Flames pushes the boundaries of ‘cotemporary folk.” Consecutive year winners of the Canadian Folk Music Award; Indigenous songwriters of the year, their songs tell stories of courage and survival.

“Prepare to dive into the hearts and minds of the beloved couple, we guarantee a journey like no other,” concluded the release.

The final concert of the season is set for the New Year, with the Derina Harvey band set to take to the stage in Canora on May 11. Band members are known for their new original music mixed with traditional folk songs, all presented with humour and skillful storytelling.


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