Sandokwa Huron-Wendat Dance Company

September 30, 2012
©Troupe Sandokwa

Dances that awaken the senses and share the emotions of past times and events.

The dance company's name is that of its totem animal the eagle.  It has been performing in Canada and Europe since 1976. Their dances and their songs narrate the history, the traditions and the customs of the Huron-Wendat. Wearing typical ancestral headdress and authentic and magnificent moose, deer and beaver skin garments, the artists dance and sing to the sound of the big drum that symbolizes the beating heart.


Place de l'Église


 2 pm

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Photo Credits: Marc Archambault, J.-F. Bergeron / EnviroFoto, Patrick Lemieux,
Humberto Pinochet, François Rivard, Le Massif de Charlevoix

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