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Copper Maker Dancers

The Copper Maker Dancers have been sharing their traditional Kwakwakwa'wakw songs and dances with audiences around the world for the past 30 years.


With a commitment to professionalism, reliability, and excellence, this talented group of performers uses only the traditional songs and dances passed down by their respected Chiefs and Elders. From Canada to Japan, their performances are a celebration of Indigenous culture and heritage.

Photo: Arno Mikkor – Tallinn, Estonia

14 of us in Tallin, Estonia for the Birgetta Festival


Dancing is not only a right and a privilege, but it is our responsibility.




"It is a strict law that bids us to dance."

                                                            Chief O'wax̱a̱laga̱lis

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