About the show

Twin Flames will amaze and inspire you with their powerful musicality and storytelling.
Beautiful souls, beautiful music!

Twin Flames blew us away when they performed at Maison Fairbairn’s Musical Mondays back in 2021. In just seven years of recording and performing, this husband-and-wife duo have accumulated 41 music awards and nominations (and they just won the 2023 Arctic Music Awards for Group of the Year.) They create sonic soundscapes using Indigenous spirit flutes and traditional drums. With their blend of western instruments and harmonies, their music has been variously labelled Indie rock, Synth rock, and Folk pop. Come decide for yourself!


Jaaji (Inuk and Mohawk) from Nunavik and Kahnawake Chelsey June (Algonquin, Métis, Cree + Settler heritage) from Ottawa Chelsey June and Jaaji are part of an Indigenous renaissance. Their cultural backgrounds span Canada’s geography and their songs are delivered through a mix of English, French, and Inuktitut.

Their music has helped them earn a unique place among contemporary music makers from coast to coast to coast. Their humour on stage is a window into the love they share, combined with impeccable storytelling. Twin Flames leave audiences feeling a truly human connection with one another.

The duo has played more than 2,000 shows throughout Canada, Greenland, the United States, Australia, Cayman Islands and France. Their unique sound — Indigenous Spirit flutes, traditional drums, western instruments and synthesizing harmonies – makes for a lasting impact. Since joining together, they have
released four full-length albums which have charted in Canada and abroad.

Twin Flames wrote UNESCO’s official song to celebrate 2019’s International Year of Indigenous Languages. Human was also a part of CBC’s Music Class Challenge in 2020 and reached #1 on the Indigenous music countdown.

Friday, September 22 
Twin Flames