Eleven artists each representing an Aboriginal community will revisit a piece by Serge Fiori as part of the KWE! festival in Quebec City.
An adaptation of the song A Musician Among Many Others will be performed in the 11 Indigenous languages present in Quebec during a major show scheduled for Place d’Youville on June 21.
In a video posted on the event’s Facebook page, Serge Fiori said he was very touched by the project. “It’s as if I wrote it for this cause,” he says of the well-known passage: “Where did all those people go with something to talk about?” We gave birth to someone, maybe we should listen to them. »
The artists who will participate in this collective performance are: Allan and Chris from Violent ground, Quentin Condo, Edith Bélanger, Sandrine Masse, Sarah Levasseur, Joey Partrige, Paul Napash, Élise Boucher from Gonzague, Charles Penosway, Skanaie:’a Deer , Mathieu McKenzie.
KWE Festival! takes place in Quebec from June 16 to 18 as well as June 21.