The music of Canada’s Indigenous people is as broad, complex, and dynamic as the communities and traditions from which it originates. With support from TD, the National Music Centre (NMC) will present performances from folk-rock act Black Belt Eagle Scout and singer-songwriter Ansley Simpson, workshops for emerging musicians Bebe Buckskin, Ghostkeeper, Carolina East, Ziibiwan and Dan Auger, school programs for Indigenous students, along with a drum and dance workshop with Thundering Nations, and live art installation by Jesse Gouchey. Indigenous Music Week at Studio Bell will coincide with events happening across Canada in recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21. To support accessibility, NMC will be extending free admission on June 21 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm to visitors who identify as Indigenous or of Indigenous descent. Reception will accept identification or declaration upon entry. Tickets for all other events are available at studiobell.ca.