Maria Dunn  

04/13/23Edmonton, AlbertaChateau LacombeCanada
Time: 6:30pm. Address: 10111 Bellamy Hill Rd NW. Maria Dunn performance at Public Interest Alberta’s 20th Anniversary Gala Dinner & Silent Auction. Tickets
04/30/23Edmonton, ABUkrainian HallCanada
Time: 7:30pm. Address: 11018 – 97 St NW. Troublemakers: Working Albertans (Video Ballad) – Maria Dunn with Shannon Johnson (violin, vocals) and Debbie Houle (vocals, ukelele). Tickets: Pay-what-you-can at the Door. Doors 7pm. Concert start 7:30pm. 75-min show. No intermission. “Troublemakers: Working Albertans” is a 75-minute musical multi-media piece documenting the history of working people in Alberta–tales of resilience and hope, immigration, internment, and the Depression–through songs written by 2022 Juno-winning songwriter Maria Dunn. Most of the songs performed in the show are recorded on Maria’s 2004 CD: We Were Good People. Sponsored by Ground Zero Productions, with audiovisual edited by Don Bouzek. In 2019, Maria and Don updated the show to include a new song inspired by “Telephone Girls” in 1919 and a few songs from their other video ballads: GWG: Piece By Piece and Packingtown (in collaboration with historian Catherine C Cole). (Research and development of this project was supported by Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Edmonton District Labour Council).
05/14/23Edmonton, ABMcDougall United ChurchCanada
Time: 3:30pm. Address: 10025 101 St. Maria Dunn (with Shannon Johnson, violin) special guest with Cantilon Choirs for their Spring Concert. Info
05/17/23Edmonton, AlbertaBlue ChairCanada
Time: 6:30pm. Address: 9624 – 76 Avenue NW. Venue phone: 780-989-2861. Blue Chair Chats – Featuring Maria Dunn – hosted by Lionel Rault. Space is limited, so please call The Blue Chair at 780-989-2861 to make your reservation!
06/09/23 - 06/11/23Hamilton, ONWorkers Arts and Heritage CentreCanada
Address: 51 Stuart Street,. Building Possibilities: Labour Arts and Heritage in Canada conference. Performance details coming.

On The River – Asani and Maria Dunn  

06/27/23Leduc, ABMaclab Centre for the Performing ArtsCanada
Address: 4308 – 50 St.. On The River (Video Ballad) is a 60-minute live performance of music and video that tells the story of the Cree, Dene and Metis peoples’ community of Fort McKay, through the lens of the life of former chief Dorothy McDonald-Hyde, and pays tribute to her legacy and advocacy with video interviews from people who knew Dorothy McDonald-Hyde. Songs written and performed by Asani and Maria Dunn with video by Don Bouzek of Ground Zero Productions. Mor info at: More performance details coming soon.

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