Joeann is teaching Ambe! Ngamowin! Come and Sing!
Joeann Argue is an Anishnaabekwe and settler currently residing on Michi Saagiig land. She is a musician, artist, mom, dog rescuer, and professor in Indigenous Performance at Trent University. Every year, 60 students with a wide variety of backgrounds and musical abilities take her Contemporary Indigenous Music performance class and live to tell the tale. Joeann also teaches storytelling and performance and is a maker of traditional instruments and beadwork. She is a founding member of Unity, the four-women Indigenous vocal ensemble that has been bringing traditional and contemporary Indigenous music to a variety of venues since 2004.
Next music campAugust 9 - 16, 2020 ~~~read NEWS here~~~
* La Scena Musicale, 2019 * Boost Your Vocal Skills, 2018 * CBC Radio interview, 2018 * Jazz and World Music, 2017 * Spotlight on Strings, 2016 * Active Senior’s Digest, 2016* The Link, 2016 * Toronto Life, 2016 * Musical America, 2016* A Choral Experience, 2015* Everything Zoomer, 2015 * CAA Magazine, 2015* Reader’s Digest, 2014* Making Music Magazine, 2011* The Music Scene, 2011
Lake Field Music camp for adult amateurs
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