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National Aboriginal History Month - Celebrating with music

Buffy Sainte-Marie


Listening to music by Indigenous artists is a wonderful and fun way to appreciate and celebrate National Aboriginal History Month. There are many opportunities to do so in Ottawa over the next few weeks.


A National Aboriginal Day concert in Major Hill Park featuring many musicians including Elisapie and Florent Vollant.


Concerts at the National Arts Centre featuring Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tanya Tagaq, Amanda Rheaume, Sandy Scofield and ShoShona Kish.


A Tribe Called Red will be at Bluesfest.


Don't miss beautiful drumming at the Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival.


Here is a list of music at the Ottawa Public Library to try.


By Jerry Cans (Musical group)

Nation II Nation

By Tribe Called Red (Musical group)

Running for the Drum

By Sainte-Marie, Buffy

Cree Language Songs

By Ruby Beardy & Victoria M

We Are the Halluci Nation

By Tribe Called Red (Musical group)

Round Dance & Beats

By Kiwenzie, Bryden Gwiss


By Tagaq


Changing Woman ; Sweet America
By Sainte-Marie, Buffy

Power in the Blood

By Sainte-Marie, Buffy

Up Where We Belong

By Sainte-Marie, Buffy