Native ART • CULTURE evening, March 1st



Kwé, Kuei, Hi!!!

Thursday March 1st starting at 10h00 pm

Café-bar l’Escalier; 552, Saint-Catherine East Street

This Thursday, March 1st, we present you Eadsé!

Eadsé, meaning "My good friend" in Huron-Wendat, is a pop singer-songwriter living in Montreal, Qc. Singing with passion and emotion; she has a unique tone revealing sensitivity but also strength. After studying singing and music at University (UQAM), many different TV shows (En Direct de l’Univers, Le Rythme, TAM, La clé du studio) and opening for many artists (Kaïn, Pascale Picard, Elisapie Isaac etc.), Eadsé is now working on her first album.

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We will also have the pleasure of listening to the music of D.J. Señor Kiko who will make us dance as was the case in past evenings. Resident DJ for the Native ART • CULTURE evenings, Señor Kiko is a Montreal based DJ from Mexico City. DJ Señor Kiko presents the new electronic Latin sound with rhythms like Tribal, Tropical Bass and Nu Cumbia, taking Influence from labels records in South America such as ZZK records, Regional Label and Terror Negro.

For the entertainment of the evening we will have the pleasure to receive Anna-Khesic Khway Harper! Anna-Khesic Khway Harper, also known as Kiki or Iamskywoman, is a contemporary multidisciplinary Aboriginal artist. As a visual artist, entertainer and singer, she integrates in her performance an Aboriginal culture adapted to the urban society of Montreal. It unites several themes together: Technology and Art, Collectivity and Identity, Wilderness and Urban life, Spirituality and Reality, Tradition and Celebration. Anna-Khesic Khway Harper invites you to come to the l'Escalier for a festive cultural evening!


The production team:

Technician: Philippe Joutras

Photography: Terry-Randy Awashish

Coordination: Gustavo Zamora Jiménez


The Native ART•CULTURE evenings:

Sharing moments with the aboriginal community of Montreal on every first Thursday of each month!


Open to all! Free admission!


Organised by: The First Nations Circle of UQAM, (Le Cercle des Premières Nations de l'UQAM)

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