In our ongoing look at the best of summer events, this evening at the Hearn as part of Luminato, Music in the Barns presents Sounds of Extinction. The Toronto Star preview made it look pretty compelling.
It won’t be long till the city will be in the midst of the TD Toronto Jazz Festival and a week from today, one of the great Gypsy brass bands returns to town. Fanfare Ciocarlia has won fans around the world with their eastern funk groove, relentless energy and ingenuity, tearing up halls and festivals across the planet. The night begins with Lemon Bucket Orkestra opening.
Speaking of the seemingly ubiquitous Lemon Bucket band, they’ll kick it up at Roy Thomson Hall’s Live on the Patio program tomorrow evening. A great way to enjoy the longest days of the year!
in/future – a transformative art experience
> presented by Art Spin with Small World Music
Ontario Place West Island – Sept 15 – 25, 2016
Song of Extinction
> presented by Music in the Barns at Luminato Festival
Wed June 22nd @ 6:30PM – The Hearn Generating Station
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