Concert with Tonye Aganaba

Chuck Mobley Theatre

850 Anderson Drive

Quesnel, BC

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In-person

Music

Performance

Singing

Storytelling

Tonye Aganaba is a multidisciplinary artist, musician, and arts facilitator residing on the unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam & Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. Their new album ‘Something Comfortable’ is an intentional and devotional endeavour inspired by their battle with Multiple Sclerosis. The album serves as the score to ‘AfroScience’ an immersive performance and workshop series fusing live music, dance, visual art/digital media and storytelling to stimulate conversation and action around identity, addiction, healing, and expression. Tonye’s shows, workshops, and classes are connected and intimate experiences, and evoke a kind of vulnerability that we all hunger for.

Tue 04 Oct
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Organized by

Quesnel Live Arts

Who are We? We are a group of volunteers who love live arts performances, live music, dance and quality entertainment in Quesnel. You can see what we are up to on Facebook, too. What we do. Even though we have our favorite types of music and performers, we seek out a wide variety of high quality, yet affordable live entertainment for the community of Quesnel. Why we do what we do. We strongly believe that young people with an interest in the arts should be able to attend Quesnel Live Arts performances. We regularly give them special rates as an encouragement to attend specific shows.

Location

850 Anderson Drive

Quesnel, BC

Located at Correlieu Secondary School

Event Contact

Colleen Brines

colleenbrines@shaw.ca

250 747 2207

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.