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A truly one-of-a-kind modern talent, the composer, historian, activist, and performer Jeremy Dutcher represents the Indigenous Neqotkuk people of New Brunswick, Canada. He identifies as a "Two-Spirit" song carrier, an Indigenous term encompassing the intersecting identities of gender, sexuality, and culture for those who might otherwise be labeled as LGBTQIA+ and Indigenous. Dutcher gained international acclaim for his Polaris Prize-winning debut album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, which combined his own compositions with samples of his ancestors' voices from century-old anthropological wax cylinder recordings. His latest album, Motewolonuwok, is a moving exploration of contemporary Indigeneity and Dutcher's place within it. Having previously only vocalized exclusively in his endangered language of Wolastoqey, this new work marks Dutcher’s first time writing and singing in English, providing a direct line of communication that platforms his community’s stories of resilience for all to experience.

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