3 week Music Residency
Quebec with Inpath, Quebec
Cindy Paul Electronic Press Kit
Northern Alberta songbird Cindy Paul is deeply connected to her Indigenous roots and it shines through in every breath and beat. An established songwriter, producer and visual artist, Cindy was honored with nominations from New York's Native American Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, Canadian Folk Music Awards and Milwaukee's Indian Summer Music Awards, featured on the Native American Music Award compilation CD Water is Life in support of Standing Rocks effort to protect the water and composed the theme song for the 2017 World Indigenous Nations Games. Cindy's original composition, He Can Fancy Dance is shared for educational purposes on the residential school system and for Indigenous cultural sensitivity and awareness in many conferences and workshops throughout North America and is now currently the subject of an international documentary. Cindy has maintained her career working in the health & wellness field in northern Alberta and has developed and facilitated visual & performing arts workshops which include song writing, metis cultural dance, music and art instruction. Cindy is an advocate for health & healing through natural therapies, traditional medicines, music, art, and cultural teachings incorporating her love for the arts and natural health into her work, her music and her life.