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March Break Madness

March 18 - March 20

Please note that this event has been cancelled in response to COVID-19. For more information and updates, please visit this page.

Wednesday, March 18

2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission

Visions of Turtle Island

Explore First Nations history and confront stereotypes in this high-energy, multidisciplinary performance showcasing powwow-style singing and dancing. Vision of Turtle Island is a multidisciplinary performance blending First Nations singing and dancing traditions with a multimedia presentation. The performance concludes with a traditional hoop dance by Tribal Vision Dance, a First Nations family dance company.

About Tribal Vision

Tribal Vision is a First Nations family dance company based on the Six Nations Reserve in Ontario, Canada. The company presents the exciting dance and music of North America’s First People’s through multimedia shows and workshops. Tribal Vision is made up of Champion Dancers and a World Class singing champion. They love sharing their rich culture with people the world over.

Thursday, March 19

2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission

Together! A Global Music Experience

Created through The Royal Conservatory of Music as a celebration of Canada’s cultural diversity and pluralism, KUNÉ showcases their traditional knowledge of music from Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and North America. Guests will have the opportunity to see and experience the Sitar, the Oud, the Cajon, the Dizi, the Ngoni and many more.

About KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra

KUNÉ (which means “together” in Esperanto) – Canada’s Global Orchestra – was developed from a major initiative by The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto to explore and celebrate Canada’s cultural diversity and pluralism. The ensemble seeks to communicate in ways that words, politicians, and spiritual leaders cannot, and help to find a common language through music. The musicians hail from all corners of the globe—from Peru, Burkina Faso, Cuba, Ukraine, and beyond. The eleven musicians of KUNÉ play a diverse variety of instruments, from the tar of Iran to the bouzouki of Greece to the sitar of Pakistan.

KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra

Friday, March 20

2 pm | Gallery 8 | Free with admission

Canada Needs You!

Mike Ford takes audiences on a break-neck tour of Canadian history through explorers’ tales, First Nations lore, the War of 1812, rebellions, early English-French relations, Confederation and a decade-by-decade examination of the country’s explosive 20th Century. Journey into the nation’s past across multiple viewpoints in story and song!

About Mike Ford

Mike Ford is a Juno-nominated artist whose concerts and recordings are garnering critical and popular acclaim coast-to-coast. Known to many as 1/4 of the successful folk-pop-vaudeville band Moxy Früvous, Ford has embarked on a new career with his rollicking Canada In Song project. He has worked in or visited every region of Canada and is dedicated to sharing his enthusiasm for the country’s land and history with students of all ages.


March 18
March 20


10365 Islington Ave
Kleinburg, Ontario L0J1C0 Canada
1(905) 893-1121


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