A Cultural Experience
The power of music to heal, communicate, and transform spaces is unquestionable.
Music for the People—A Cultural Experience is a unique concert event bringing the voices, music, and artistry of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people together for an unforgettable evening. With passion, talent, and love... Rod "Little Sky" shares his stories, and the stories of those who are lost, through music.
The concert brings culture, music, artists, and communities together and is suitable for all ages.
Songs of the Margit Sky Project
with performers from the Kamloops Symphony
and Sage Hills Singers, Drummers & Dancers
Margit and Rod ("Little Sky"), are two of the founding members of the Margit Sky Project. They have always believed that music soothes the soul. The duo has produced a concert experience event called ‘Music for the People’.
Their vision is for the voices of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to come together to share culture, music, and story and to also bring harmony and reconciliation to community.
“This is a concert experience like no other,” said Margit, who sings and plays rhythm guitar with the Margit Sky Project. “It is an opportunity to hear original music written and performed by Rod and myself with our band of six, but with a twist, as we’ve invited several members of the Kamloops Symphony and performers from Sage Hills Drummers and Dancers to join us.”
“I’ve played so many great shows in my life, but this one, it’s different,” remarked Rod. “We are intentionally bringing Indigenous and non-Indigenous sisters and brothers together to perform as one.”
“This cultural experience is a bridge to those who need connection and a break from the challenges of the world. Together, we will harness the power of music to ensure Indigenous peoples’ experiences and teachings are heard by all people.”
“Together with members of my family, we attended the MSky Productions show For the People—A Cultural Experience in Kamloops. The concert was, in a word, amazing! It was so wonderful to see the Margit Sky Project perform with members of the Kamloops Symphony and the Sage Hills Drummers and Dancers all on one stage, showing how beautiful and easy it can be to bring people from diverse musical backgrounds together to share their talents and creativity as one. Each performer was able to tune into the others’ gift of music, dance, and storytelling. It was a night I won’t soon forget and would love to seethis performance shared across Canada.”
—Kukpi7 Rosanne Casimir—
Part of the proceeds from the concert support the good work of the
Indian Residential School Survivors Society
The IRSSS assists First Nation Peoples in British Columbia to recognize and be holistically empowered from the primary and generational effect of the Residential Schools by supporting research, education, awareness, partnerships, and advocating for justice and healing. The Society assists Survivors with counselling, court support, information, referrals, workshops, and more.