Kym Gouchie resides on her ancestral Lheidli T'enneh territory.

Upcoming Shows

Apr15

Together in Concert: Grandmother to Grandmothers Campaign

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We are pleased to invite you to attend a 90-minute virtual performance called; Together in Concert: In Solidarity with African Grandmothers. It features a tapestry of Canadian talent from across the country.

It airs onThursday, April 15 at 7:30 pm EDT and the link will be available until Sunday April 18, 2021 at 7:30 pm EDT (72 hours).

We are delighted and grateful that acclaimed Canadian artists, from across this country, are joining together for this unique concert of music, dance, storytelling and drumming. Our host is Jackie Richardson, an award-winning performer for her theatre and music achievements and featuring Steven Page, National Ballet of Canada, David Myles, Stratford Festival and Sheree Fitch.

They will be joined by Canadian talent including: Bridge Brass Quintet, Canada's National Ballet School, the della kit, Feels Like Home, Forte, Genticorum, Joey Landreth, Kids of Note & The Notations, Kym Gouchie, Lorraine Klaasen, The Sojourners, and Sya VanGeest & Nicholas Stoup.

Enjoy the concert!

We represent 160 grandmother groups across Canada who have been raising funds for the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign of the Stephen Lewis Foundation for 15 years.

We hope you will donate, please click here:

https://slf.akaraisin.com/ui/grandmotherspledges2021/t/togetherinconcert

Your donation to this concert is immensely appreciated! It will ensure that the community-based organizations providing vital care programs will be sustainable for the grandmothers, children and adults now living with two active pandemics, HIV and AIDS, and COVID-19. Donations of $20 or more to the Grandmothers Campaign will receive a tax receipt directly from the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Thank you for making a difference!

We greatly appreciate your generosity!

Kym Gouchie is such a force. She has the ability to instantly draw you into the center of her incredible songwriting with her soaring vocals. Her music provides an opportunity to heal and be together. The generous stories she shares transport you and transcend the physical. I cannot wait for the next time I get to experience her live again and join together in round dance.”

— Piper Hayes, Singer-Songwriter and Voice Instructor @ Centennial College

Kym Gouchie is an artist who has the ability to momentarily make us feel that time can stand still. Performing with a combination of soulful expression, focused intent, integrity, and artistic depth, Gouchie embraces and holds audiences while imparting messages and truths in songs that need to be heard. Kym Gouchie is a force… As artistic director of the Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival I have witnessed Kym Gouchie mesmerize an audience and inspire fellow artists. Kym is a truly unique artist who seamlessly blends the contemporary with the traditional.”

— Peter North, Artistic Director/Salmon Arm Roots & Blues

This song is my tribute to the murdered and missing Indigenous Women and Girls. My hope is to create awareness while honouring the victim's families and communities along the Highway of Tears, a 700 km stretch of highway between Prince George & Prince Rupert in British Columbia, Canada.

May we never forget our lost and stolen sisters. May their families find justice. May their families find peace. May we never forget the thousands of Indigenous women, girls and men who are missing and who have been murdered. May their beauty live forever, in the hearts of you and me.

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