COC Noon Hour Concert with Indigenous Enterprise

Indigenous Liberation, created and performed by new dance collective Indigenous Enterprise, features champion dancers and singers ranging from various parts of Canada and the US, performing traditional and cultural dances. Audiences are introduced to dances such as the Native American Flute, Men’s Chicken Dance, Women’s Fancy Shawl, Women’s Jingle Dress, and Hoop Dance.

Join us for a free performance and Q & A presented in partnership with DanceWorks and Fall for Dance North, and part of the Canadian Opera Company’s Free Concert Series.

The Free Concert Series in the Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre brings artists from around the world to share their talent and passion in one of Toronto’s most breathtaking and intimate spaces.

Here are the details:

Thursday, October 6 from 12pm-1pm

145 Queen Street W, Toronto

Doors open at 11:30am

Access for this program is first-come-first-served. 

Masks are strongly recommended.

Also! Tickets to Indigenous Enterprise’s full length evening performance Indigenous Liberation on October 7 and 8 are on sale now, here


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