PERFORMERS

Every year audiences are wowed by the performances at Lumière! With acrobats, fire weavers, musicians and more, you’re sure to be amazed.

If you would like to perform at this year’s festival, please get in touch at: communications@crcrr.org

Performance Schedule

                                                                                                                                                                                            5:00-5:30  Golde                                                                                                                                              5:30-6:00  Sisters of the Drum                                                                                                                              6:00-7:00 Ottawa Stilt Union                                                                                                                         6:15-7:15 Uke Jam                                                                                                                                        7:30-8:30 Tine Rufaro Marimba Band                                                                                                             8:30-9:30 Aerial Antics                                                                                                                                          9:30-10:00 Fire Weavers


Fire Weavers

Set to a vibrant fusion of electronic and world beat music, the Ottawa Fire Weavers is a beautiful, feminine show unlike any other. Two women weave illuminated patterns of fire in a breathtaking performance of dance with fire poi , fire hula hoops, fire fingers and fire head piece. The hypnotic effect of skilfully manipulated fire creates an original and mesmerizing form of dance. The Fire Weavers have refined their show over many years. Their technical skill and artistic presentation makes them a crowd favourite both on stage and on the streets.


Tine Rufaro Marimba Band

Pop Quiz! marimba is:
a) a deep-toned xylophone of African origin
b) a traditional Zulu dance from South Africa
c) a quartet for two voices, a bongo drum and a kora
Show up to find out.


Aerial Antics

Glowing aerial hoop, hula hooping and poi spinning.

Uke Jam 

Join Jamie Anderson and her group as they jam out to tunes played on the ukulele. Feel free to bring your own ukulele so that you can join in on the fun.  Also, check out her website: www.jamieanderson.com 

Ottawa Stilt Union 

You are surely in for a show with the Ottawa Stilt Union. This interactive acrobatic performance will definitely be a highlight. 

Sisters of the Drum 

Join us in celebration of Indigenous culture with this drumming duo. 

Golde

You will not want to miss Golde’s powerhouse performance. Stay tuned!