Sandra took home the Metis Artist-Group of the Year Award at the Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards which took place virtually on June 12 at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. Click on the video to watch her reaction to receiving the award. Click here to read the news release.
Sandra was honoured to be featured in a short documentary created, produced, directed and edited by Abby Kendall. The 11-minute video was part of her Indigenous Film Studies class at Mount Royal University. Check out this aspiring, young film maker's work, Afternoon with Sandra Sutter: Indigenous Women in the Arts.
Sandra joined Rhonda Head, host of Indigenous Super Stars podcast for a live fireside chat and performance. Rhonda interviews Indigenous musicians from all over the world and Sandra appeared on her Feb. 9 podscast. Click here to view the podcast.
Sandra joined Windspeaker Radio to promote her new album, and share a few of her favourite Christmas memories.
Sandra published a 12-part blog series, following the gifts of the Twelve 12 Days of Christmas. Enjoy her positive insights and preview songs from her new album, Aurora 12, by visiting Sandra's Blog.
Sandra's new album, Aurora 12, was launched on Nov. 12, following Remembrance Day.
Digital versions of the album or individual songs can be purchased by visiting Sandra's Store or any of the distributors listed on that page. For a limited time, you can also buy a CD in a jewel case by sending your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll make every effort to get it to before or during the Christmas season!
Are you ready for Aurora 12? This is the title of Sandra's second full-length album, following the 2018 release of her debut album, Cluster Stars.
Aurora 12 is a mix of new songs, written and performed by Sandra, along with a few traditional Christmas songs presented in a way that only the award-winning singer-song writer can deliver.
Learn more about the making of Aurora 12 and the meaning behind the various songs by following Sandra's blog or by reading the news release.
Sandra, along with The Northwest Kid, PIQSIQ, Burnstick and Adrian Sutherland, took part in another live concert as part of Winnipeg's sākihiwē festival. The free concert was broadcast from Zoom to Facebook and YouTube on Sunday, August 30, beginning at 4 p.m. CDT. Watch the performance through YouTube or Facebook.