Globetrotter Season Finale – Tropical Bass!

May 25, 2017

Now that we’ve had our share of April showers (and then some), let’s start the summer with our last Globetrotter of the season – Tropical Bass! Past, present and future Latin vibes come together with the return of Uproot Andy. His appearance here last year was among the highlights of the dance floor season. With rhythms from Colombia to Algeria, Brazil to Ethiopia and more, he’ll be joined on June 3rd at Round by DJs Linterna and Ontario Bananas and Resident Globetrotter, medicineman. A party not to be missed!

Here’s Uproot Andy at the Armada FANIA Club & Pop-Store in NYC last year.

Our pals at Lula Lounge launch their 15th annual Lulaworld program with a pre-festival panel and party May 29. The free event starts with a conversation on diversity and live music in the media with heavy hitters Errol Nazareth, Dalton Higgins, Erin Lowers and Zaib Shaikh, moderated by Small World’s Kayla McGee. The party features soul rebel Ammoye and performance artist Charmie Deller. Join the conversation, and stay for the fun.

Lastly, June sees the culmination of an ambitious project instigated by the folks at Koerner Hall – we’re pleased to support the New Canadian Global Music Orchestra. This top-notch assemblage of Canadian musicians from all over the world perform together on June 2nd with instruments from every corner of the globe. Celebrating the diversity of our city, and the music of our neighbourhoods, the group finds a common language that is quintessentially Toronto.

Globetrotter – Tropical Bass!
> Featuring DJs Uproot Andy, Linterna + Ontario Bananas

Saturday, June 3rd, 10pm – Round

Community SPOTLIGHT

Lulaworld 2017
> Pre-festival Panel & Party featuring Ammoye & Charmie

Monday, May 29th, 6pm – Lula Lounge

New Canadian Global Music Orchestra
> Top notch musicians from all over the world performing together

Friday, June 2nd, 8pm – Koerner Hall

Community Events

Small World Music supports our community partners and family of world music artists performing around the greater Toronto area. Visit the Small World Music site to learn more about all the great events happening in the city.

Support Small World

Small World Music Society is a charitable organization and presenter of culturally diverse music, supported by the Department of Canadian Heritage, the Ontario Arts Council, the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Toronto Arts Council, as well as community and corporate partners.