Claire Love Wilson, Sister Says & Jeremy Dutcher
It’s a listening party at The Capilano Tea House & Botanical Co. on Saturday, May 28th from 8:00 – 11:00 PM, with soulful indie duo/band (mixed Haida-Tsimshian) Sister Says, heartfelt singer-songwriter Claire Love Wilson & contemporary Indigenous artist Jeremy Dutcher!
Claire Love Wilson draws on various artistic mediums including; music, theatre-creation, and intuitive movement. She holds a degree in Indigenous Studies and Creative Arts from UBC, has undergone the Arrivals Personal Legacy training with Diane Roberts, and taken workshops in performance installation, dance, and physical theatre.
Sister Says is a soulful genre-bending pop duo/band based out of Vancouver fronted by mixed Haida-Tsimshian siblings Gillian and Robert Thomson. Not your typical soulful jam or singer-songwriter duo, their music pulses with the soul telling heartbreak tales and stories about the wonder-ful and ever-changing conundrum that is life.
Jeremy Dutcher is an emerging Toronto-based Composer and Vocal Artist. His music merges two worlds, that of the classical and traditional, operatic power and tuneful melodies of his Wolastoq (Maliseet) Nation. Dutcher’s style is hard to define as it blends distinct musical aesthetics into something entirely new; shapeshifting between classical, contemporary, traditional and jazz.