Tropical Sounds Coming Up!

Jan 17, 2018

Tropical sounds at the Small World Centre and Koerner Hall coming up.

On Friday, singer songwriter Bruno Capinan debuts his solo show with an acoustic guitar and an iPad. Expect new songs, as well as his extravagant stage persona. His voice has  been described by The Guardian as “acrobatic, sensual, both angelic and profane.” Watch Capinan’s latest official video, “O Porto Prazer,” for a taste. Tickets are $15 and only available at the door.

The following week, the Royal Conservatory of Music present calypso and soca living legend, Calypso Rose, and nu-calypso pioneers, Kobo Town, to create a lively Caribbean party. Calypso Rose has been giving rousing performances since the 1950s, while Toronto’s Kobo Town takes a fresh approach to the old school calypso of Trinidad and Tobago.

Tomorrow at the Aga Khan museum, the remarkable Yemen Blues return. An explosive combination of Yemeni song and poetry, Jewish music, West African groove, and funk has made them one of the most exciting bands to come out of Israel in recent years and garnered wide acclaim around the globe.

Bruno Capinan Live in Toronto
> Solo Show

Friday, January 19, 9:00pm, Small World Music Centre

Calypso Rose with Kobo Town
> Presented by the Royal Conservatory of Music

Friday, January 26, 8:00pm, Koerner Hall

COMMUNITY EVENTS

Yemen Blues
> Part of the Aga Khan Museum’s World Music Series

Thursday, January 18, 8:00pm, Aga Khan Museum

Uma Nota Winter Nite
> Batucada Carioca with DJs General Eclectic, J.Lai. & Win-win

Friday, January 26, 10:00pm, Super Wonder Gallery

TEAM SPIRIT

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.