Mother Raven and her Children
Centre d'art de Richmond presents

Mother Raven and her Children

February 6th 2021
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm / Doors: 7:00 pm

1010, rue Principale Nord, Richmond, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Centre d'art de Richmond at centredartrichmond@gmail.com.

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*Spectacle de langue anglaise*

An Evening of Stories and Harp Music With Julie Miller

Where History and Myth Collide

 

In this new series of stories, Julie Miller brings alive figures from the historical and mythical past, to explore what it means to be creative and what it means to persevere.  Melodies and meditations on the harp are woven throughout.  The audience will meet mythical Mother Raven, who is older than the sun, and a Scottish wilderness sprite who got caught in the luggage of emigrants to the Townships.  They’ll also meet a woman who became a man to fight in World War I, and a 1700s Abenaki scholar who read Greek and Latin as he paddled and explored the rivers of the West,  retiring to teach at a local settlement called Wheatland which has since faded into the mist.

Julie Miller lives in the Eastern Townships with her family on an organic farm.  She has taught music and theatre and currently works for a community organization in Drummondville.

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*Spectacle de langue anglaise*

An Evening of Stories and Harp Music With Julie Miller

Where History and Myth Collide

 

In this new series of stories, Julie Miller brings alive figures from the historical and mythical past, to explore what it means to be creative and what it means to persevere.  Melodies and meditations on the harp are woven throughout.  The audience will meet mythical Mother Raven, who is older than the sun, and a Scottish wilderness sprite who got caught in the luggage of emigrants to the Townships.  They’ll also meet a woman who became a man to fight in World War I, and a 1700s Abenaki scholar who read Greek and Latin as he paddled and explored the rivers of the West,  retiring to teach at a local settlement called Wheatland which has since faded into the mist.

Julie Miller lives in the Eastern Townships with her family on an organic farm.  She has taught music and theatre and currently works for a community organization in Drummondville.

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