He wowed Canada with operatic arias sung in a near-extinct indigenous language. Now he’s taking his culture to the world
Such a beautiful acceptance speech from Jeremy Dutcher about art, music and reconciliation which ended withNihkaniyayon ktpitahatomonen, ciw weckuwapasihtit — Nit leyic When you lead us, think of all of us, for the ones yet born — may that be the truth.
Max Kerman (Arkells): There’s been so much wisdom shared on the stage tonight, but our friend Jeremy didn’t get a chance to finish. So he’s gonna finish the night as he should. Jeremy! And don’t cut off the f–kin’ – don’t start the music. He’s gonna go as long as he wants, OK?