Tonight: Sina Salimi / d’bi. & The 333! Upcoming Events

Nov 09, 2017

Polyphonic Ground Presents is tonight at Revival! We look forward to Afro-Fusion-Dub with d’bi. & The 333, and Persian underground, Sina Salimi, along with reggae DJ artist Jenn Stein on the decks throughout the night. This promises to be a great live show and here’s why; d’bi. & The 333 played a sold out AGO First Thursday in March, so this is an excellent opportunity to see them, and Sina Salimi will pay tribute to Leonard Cohen in English and Farsi. Watch them perform a song based on “Pour faire une Jam” by Charles Aznavour. Tickets will be available at the door.

For more Persian music, join The Circle Music Band when they return to the Small World Centre on the 18th. Their combination of Persian classical and contemporary poetry with jazz, psychedelic flavours and Middle Eastern instrumentation continues to win them fans and acclaim.

Also at the Centre, a music theater event of note: Anne Lederman remounts Spirit of the Narrows. Performed by Anne and Capucine Onn, it tells the story of her journey into the world of Aboriginal fiddling. More on that to come.

Polyphonic Ground Presents:
Sina Salimi / D’bi & The 333

> Music for the Culturally Curious

Tonight! 9:00pm, Revival

Polyphonic Ground Presents:
Slim Flex & Success K / Evolution / Los Poetas

> Music for the Culturally Curious

Thursday, December 14th, 8:00pm, Revival


Mr. Shi and His Lover
> The real-life affair of a French diplomat in China

November 15 – December 18, Tarragon Theatre

> Toronto Album Release

Saturday, November 18th, 7:30pm, Small World Music Centre

Spirit of the Narrows
> Anne Lederman’s Journey

November 24 – 25, Small World Music Centre


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.

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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.