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

Upcoming Shows

Previous events

Jul8

Sākihiwē Festival ONLINE Indigenous Singer-Songwriter Circle Winnipeg MB Canada

Jul2

Revelstoke Street Fest (Postponed)

Jun30

Salt Spring Island (Postponed)

Jun10

Sākihiwē Festival ONLINE Indigenous Singer-Songwriter CircleWinnipegMBCanada

Showcase BC LIVE

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Facebook

I am thrilled to be a part of this provincial live-streaming concert along side Alex Cuba, Desiree Dawson & Dan Mangan. Tune in for the live streaming concert hosted by the government. Staying connected through music ❤️ Let’s help flatten the curve by staying home. #covid19 Tune in at this link: http://www.facebook.com/BCProvincialGovernment/

Apr2

Pacific Contact

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Burnaby, BC

Pacific Contact is the BC Touring Council’s annual showcase and booking conference for the performing arts. It includes artist showcases, a contact room (tradeshow area with tables of artists and agent/managers), workshops, networking and hospitality.

Feb27

Gouchie/Hasselberg/Attariwala/Miller | Muller/Hauser

8Eastspace Cultural Centre, 8 East Pender Street, Vancouver, BC

Doors at 8 Music at 8:30 $0/$10/$20

photo credit - Kym Gouchie

Set one Torsten Muller - bass Johanna Hauser - clarinet

Set two Kym Gouchie - vocals, guitar and traditional hand drum Marina Hasselberg - cello Parmela Attariwala - viola Lisa Cay Miller - piano Clyde Reed - bass

About Kym Gouchie

With ancestral roots in the Lheidli T’enneh, Cree and Secwépemc Nations, Kym Gouchie is fostering change through her music and art. Her shows bring awareness to First Nations and women’s issues, promoting reconciliation and community building while reminding us that we are all in this together. Her stories are a testament to the human spirit, weaving together threads of her own journey from personal tragedy to triumph. Kym’s genuine and heartfelt performances have a profound and sometimes emotional impact on her audiences. Traditional First Nations, folk, and country tones alongside poignant and inspirational lyrics capture the hearts of young and old from all walks of life.

Kym’s traditional hand drum, clean and crisp acoustic guitar and full-bodied voice bring her music and its subjects to life. A respected elder of the Lheidli T’enneh Nation, also known as Prince George, BC, Kym is also sought after to perform and speak at traditional welcoming ceremonies, cultural gatherings, schools, and conferences.

Feb25

Talking Stick Festival

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Vancouver, BC

Please check back for event info :)

Jan22

International Indigenous Music Summit

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Sheraton Hotel , New Orleans, Louisiana

Folk Alliance International - Indigenous Music Summit Private Showcase January 25, 2020 Accompaniment, Brigitte Demeter. Agent, Sandra Smith - Plaid People Music

Nov19

Mundial Montreal

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Montreal

Showcase Artist Sponsored in part by Music BC

Nov15

"Missing"

Uda Dune Baiyoh: House of Ancestors, 355 Vancouver St, Prince George BC

I will be joined by the Khast'an Drummers in the singing of the 'Cleansing the Highway' song to open up this powerful performance honouring the MMIWG.

November 15 @ 7:00 pm November 16 @ 2:00 pm November 17 @ 7:00 pm

Missing Libretto by Marie Clements Music by Brian Current

A story everyone knows, from the vantage of a woman we must remember.

A new chamber, opera by Métis playwright Marie Clements and Juno-winning composer Brian Current, that gives voice, in English and Gitksan to the story of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Set in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and along the Highway of Tears, Missing is a poetic expression of loss and hope.

Presented in Prince George by the Prince George Native Friendship Centre and Prince George Symphony Orchestra

Tickets $35 | $15 Student

This tour is a partnership between Victoria Native Friendship Centre, Prince George Native Friendship Centre, Regina Treaty/Status Indian Services, Pacific Opera Victoria, and the Regina Symphony Orchestra. Further information about Missing available at pacificopera.ca

Nov9

BC Touring Council

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Burnaby BC

Oct18

Arts BC Conference

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Kelowna BC

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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