April 8, 2021 update on live performances and events at the NAC.

Cross-Cultural Exploration: Music & Nature

with Ryan Drew & Richard Pellissier-Lush (Mi’kmaq)
Ryan Drew & Richard Pellissier-Lush, Lennox Island, PEI © Fred Cattroll
Grade 3–6 Indigenous arts Music Classical music Workshops

Explore how music is inspired by the natural world in both classical and Indigenous musical traditions.

Prince Edward Island-based teaching artists Ryan Drew (percussion) and Richard Pellissier-Lush (Mi’kmaq - drum and voice) will lead the class through performance and interactive activities.

Objectives: Music, Social Studies, Indigenous Studies

Teacher Resouces on Classical Composers and Indigenous Arts

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