Passion, Innovation and Ticket Contest!

Nov 09, 2016

It’s always a thrill to have the great Oliver Mtukudzi perform. The love that his fans share for him and his music comes through loud and clear! And the party goes on and on… so needless to say, we’re looking forward to Friday night at the Opera House when the great voice of Zimbabwe returns. Join us on the dance floor!

The following evening at the Small World Centre, Spaniards La Banda Morisca perform. This is a rare opportunity to experience music direct from Andalucía – including former members of the legendary Radio Tarifa, the group continues an unstoppable passion for musical experimentation. Flamenco meets Andalusí-Arabic melodies created when Muslims, Jews and Christians coexisted in southern Spain. Mediterranean passion for a Saturday night!

Next week the Centre takes us to Korea, with the Toronto debut of Coreyah. This exciting young band charts an adventurous course where traditional Korean song comes face to face with Tom Waits! It promises to be a remarkable musical experience. You can be part of it. Reply to adam@smallworldmusic.com and correctly name one Korean instrument the band uses and you will be entered into a draw to win tickets!

LA BANDA MORISCA – ALGARABYA

Oliver Mtukudzi presented by Small World Music in association with Za&Zoey

Opera House November 11th

La Banda Morisca

Small World Music Centre November 12th

Coreyah

Small World Music Centre November 19th

Community Spotlight

Sampradaya Dance Creations – PRALAYA

Harbourfront Centre November 11 – 12, 2016

Community Events

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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.