soundscapes to dance floor

Nov 02, 2016

Tomorrow night at the Small World Centre, a remarkable pair of Montreal-based musicians perform a night of transportive sounds. Thomas Carbou and Patrick Graham blend custom 8-string guitar and an array of percussion, hypnotic vocals, spontaneous improvisation and looping, to create both ecstatic groove pieces and dream-like soundscapes.

The weekend sees the return of our Globetrotter series after a summer hiatus. We’re pleased to feature the debut party for Orient Art, recognized internationally for a lush and sensual sound merging traditional and modern electronic sounds. Of course, resident DJ medicineman will bring his unique mix to the dance floor as well.

Next weekend it’s the return of the great Oliver Mtukudzi at the Opera House. As well, direct from Andalucía, La Banda Morisca perform passionate Spanish music fusing their creative take on traditional repertoire.

Around town, there’s lots of great Mexican fare – from food to music at Harbourfront Centre’s Day of the Dead celebrations this weekend. Worth a visit.

Oasis by Orient Art

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

Opera House November 11th

Thomas Carbou & Patrick Graham

Small World Music Centre November 3rd

Globetrotter ~ featuring Orient Art

Round Venue November 5th

Community Spotlight

Day of the Dead

Harbourfront Centre

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