Asking for it


    The Queen of Paradise’s Garden

    Jack and Mary in the Land of Theives

    An Evening with Uncle Val

    To the Wall

  • Anna Chatterton


  • Art of Time Ensemble

    … Hosted By Glenn Gould

    The Songbook Series

    Korngold: Source & Inspiration

    Hawksley Workman: In Tribute to Bruce Cockburn

    To All A Goodnight – A Different Holiday Concert

    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band


    The Double



    Lucien’s Labour Lost

    Lucien: Snowbird

    Lucien: Helter Smelter


    Person of Interest

    Miss Caledonia

  • Millan & Faye

    Millan & Faye Present: The Opera


    Patricia O’Callaghan Sings Leonard Cohen & More

    Christmas With Patricia O’Callaghan & Friends


    Confessions of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl

    Adventures of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl

    From Judy To Bette: The Stars of Old Hollywood

    Entertaining The Troops


    Brotherhood: The Hip Hopera


    A Concert Celebration of the Songs of Gordon Lightfoot

  • Theatre Smith-Gilmour

    Take Me Back to Jefferson (As I Lay Dying)

    Chekov’s Shorts

    Chekov’s Longs: In the Ravine


    Lu Xun Blossoms

  • Tom Allen

    The Missing Pages

    From Weimar to Vaudeville

    The Judgement of Paris

    Bohemians in Brooklyn

    The Last Curlew

  • Twin Flames


Twin Flames

Twin Flames band creates a sonic landscape that spans Canada and the Arctic. Honouring their ancestors, they sing songs in English, Inuttitut and French. Consecutive year winners 2016, 2017 of The Canadian Folk Music Award; Aboriginal Songwriters of the year. This multi-award-winning husband and wife duo is made up of Chelsey June and Jaaji both of Indigenous Backgrounds. Jaaji is Inuk and Mohawk from Nunavik and Chelsey June métis (Algonquin Cree) from Ottawa. Twin Flames push the boundaries of “Contemporary Folk”, with songs that incorporate both Western and traditional instruments. Despite polar opposite backgrounds Twin Flames found a common musical language. They have now played over 800 shows in less four years with performances that have taken them across Canada, The Arctic, Greenland, France and The United States. What started as small flame has turned into a raging fire, a musical journey which transcends cultural boundaries and inspires unity.


2018 – Awarded: Native American Music Awards – Folk Album of the year
2018 – Awarded: Native American Music Awards – Duo of the Year
2017 – Awarded: Canadian Folk Music Awards – Aboriginal Songwriters of the year
2016 – Awarded: Canadian Folk Music Awards – Aboriginal Songwriters of the year


“Ottawa’s Twin Flames win big at Native American music awards Duo’s 7 nominations were the most ever for a single artist in the history of the awards” CBC


“Twin Flames wowed the audience with their powerful songwriting. The strength of their set and their music in general ” Exclaim Magazine


“Twin Flames took on the main stage with their full band to a huge crowd that had gathered for their music at London’s Home County festival. This band did not disappoint! The audience was happy to not only be entertained but to learn a little about the realities of Indigenous history through their music.” Great Dark Wonder



Artist’s Website

Press Kit



April 1/19 – Esplanade Centre, Medicine Hat AB

April 2/19 – Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Centre, Camrose AB

April 3/19 – Keyano College, Fort McMurray AB

April 4/19 –  Dow Centennial Centre Shell Theatre, Fort Saskatchewan AB

April 5/19 – Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts, Leduc AB

April 8/19 – University of Alberta, Augustana Campus, Camrose AB

April 14/19 – Snowlake MB

April 15/19 – FlinFlon MB

April 27/19 – Octave Theatre, Kingston ON

April 29/19 – Harmony Concerts @ Saint Barnabas, Ottawa ON

July 6/19 – Tales and Tunes Family Fun Day @ Ottawa Public Library, Ottawa ON

July 6/19 – Almonte CeltFest, Gemmill Park in Almonte ON

July 12-14/19 – Atlin Arts & Music Festival, Atlin BC

August 9/19 – Riviere Des Prairies Les Perséides Techno

Aug 8-11/19 – Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Edmonton AB