Twin Flames Music Workshop


This workshop is for Indigenous young women from 13-18 years of age.

Twin Flames take listeners on a musical journey across Canada and the Arctic, echoing the voices of their ancestors and depicting life on the land. Together, Chelsey June (Métis) and Jaaji (Inuk, Mohawk) represent the Indigenous groups in Canada (Inuit, First Nations and Métis). Their songs are written in English, French and Inuktitut. Through music they share the beauty of their cultures and incorporate both traditional and western instruments. This interactive musical presentation features original songs, thought-provoking stories and an in depth look into Canada’s untold History from an Indigenous perspective.

Indigenous instruments played during the presentation (Traditional Hand Drum and Spirit Flutes). Audiences will learn about realities that Inuit and Indigenous people face today and historical moments that led to a changed way of life, through stories and songs.

Mission Statement: Giving back to the community, Gently educating on difficult subjects, Reconciliation, Inspiring individuals to follow their dreams.

Twin Flames will also be performing with the Indigenous Women’s Arts Conference on March 27th at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau. Get tickets here:



Building bridges across cultures, continents, and styles, Twin Flames, brings together a richness of personal history and musical experience. Multi-Award-Winning Artists; 2x Canadian Folk Music Award recipients for Aboriginal Songwriters of the year and 3x Native American Music Award winners their songs tell stories of courage and survival. Honouring their ancestor’s history and representing all three of their Indigenous Backgrounds, they sing songs in English, Inuttitut, and French.

Twin Flames joins Chelsey June (Metis) and Jaaji (Inuk Mohawk) a beloved powerhouse couple well on their way to becoming a Canadian household name. With 25 Music award Nominations and over 1000 live shows in six short years, their musical adventure has taken them across the Arctic, Canada, US, Australia, France and Greenland.

Find out more about Twin Flames Jaaji and Chelsea June at their website:

Indigenous Women's Arts Conference, Pass The Feather, schedule, Aboriginal Arts Collective of Canada


Additional information

Workshop Date and Time

Saturday March 28 | 1pm to 4pm

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