Shauit FALLA Shauit FALLA

Concert - Shauit

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  • Duration

    75 min

  • Audience

    For all

  • Location

    Salle TOHU

All summer long, a team of sculptors and young people in socio-professional integration are working on a monumental work of art on the TOHU site. Come celebrate the unveiling of this collective project during La FALLA de Saint-Michel, presented in collaboration with the Fonds de solidarité FTQ. Each evening, attend a FREE concert!

Reservation required!

Concert by Shauit
Sunday, October 2nd at 4pm

Twice nominated in the Aboriginal artist of the year category at the prestigious ADISQ awards gala, Shauit sings about the plurality of the First Nations cultural mosaic.

Originally from Maliotenam in northeastern Quebec, singer-songwriter Shauit sings songs strongly inspired by his Innu roots and traditional Aboriginal music. [Most of the time in Innu, his native language, but also in French, Shauit delivers music that is both festive and unifying, introspective and mesmerizing.

He ingeniously merges several popular genres (folk, roots, reggae, etc.) and offers honest, committed songs filled with emotions and personal experiences.

Recipient of several honors such as the award for best Aboriginal album at the Indigenous Music Award, best singer-songwriter at the Folk Music Award. He has also been featured in several national and international showcases [Jump back to the line][Jump back to the line]Over the past few years, Shauit has performed throughout Canada, the United States and even Europe, where he has gained a loyal following with his innovative style that fuses his roots with reggae music. [He has performed at the Alliance Folklorique, APAP, Louisiana International Festival, Shibuya Festival Showcases (Japan) and Zandari Festa (Korea), Chile and Nantes, France, among others.

Shauit is a proud representative of indigenous and aboriginal culture from around the world and is currently preparing two new albums as a follow-up to his debut album "Apu peikussiaku".

Focusing on the blending and fusion of the Quebec and Innu musical worlds, Shauit paints a magnificent fresco of influences against a backdrop of reunification and reconciliation.

Shauit TOHU

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