Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre (CDCC)
290 Lisgar Street, Ottawa
November 5, 2022
7:00 pm – 9:30 pm
After a pandemic pause, the signature event of Ottawa’s Japanese cultural community is back and bigger than ever!
Building bridges across communities, Tomoni pairs Japanese cultural performance groups with local non-Japanese artists. Expect the unexpected and enjoy beautiful new harmonies between artists!
Curator and producer Matt Miwa has created unique artistic pairings that cross traditions, disciplines and approaches to art-making. Tomoni features these collaborative performances:
Drumming groups Oto-wa Taiko and Spirit Wolf Singers
Japanese folk dancing group Minyo-Kai and musician Zach Perron
Japanese women’s choir Melody of Japan and floral designers from Scrim’s Florist
Japanese archery group Ottawa Kyudo Association and local dancers
Other performers include Ottawa Yosakoi, Bonnie Doon, Melisa Kamibayashi-Staples and more!
Thank you: Tomoni is generously supported by the Ottawa Japanese Community Association, the Embassy of Japan in Canada, the Ottawa Community Foundation and the Ontario Arts Council.
Directions: CDCC is located at 290 Lisgar Street in downtown Ottawa and is accessible by public transit.
Access: CDCC is a fully accessible space, with an elevator and barrier-free washrooms. The Para Transpo drop-off and an entrance with ramps are located on the 290 Lisgar Street side of the building.
Parking: Paid visitor parking is available in the CDCC’s Lisgar Street lot. The cost on weekend evenings after 6:00 p.m. is $4.00 (flat rate). There is also street parking available nearby.