Happy March! We’re looking forward to Saturday’s soon-to-be sold-out Balkan extravaganza and are delighted to be part of such a success with our friends at Massey Hall. Goran BregoviÄ‡ and his Wedding & Funeral Band is going to be a blast and one pair of lucky newsletter readers can join us for FREE!
But you’ve got be creative and dance! Like Small World’s Facebook Page and post a short video on the Event Page of yourself or a friend dancing to the music of Goran BregoviÄ‡ for a chance to win a pair of tickets to see him Saturday. The video can be captured on your phone and be unedited – we are looking for enthusiasm over quality! You must post your creation by Friday at noon to be in the draw.
Globetrotter’s First Anniversary Party follows the Massey Hall show at Round in Kensington Market. It features one of the most adventurous global electronic producers in the scene, The Human Experience, along with local groove master Synapps and resident ethnomixologist DJ Medicineman bookend the dance floor festivities.
A cool combination just announced at the Small World Centre on the 25th brings our friends Zuze together with Nunavut-based throat singer Ivaluarjuk. Merging Iranian melodies and afrobeat rhythms with vocals from Rankin Inlet – should be some musical experience!
Watch Zuze perform “Alleycat Ska” at in/future – Small World Music Festival 2016.
Goran BregoviÄ‡ & His Wedding and Funeral Band
Massey Hall March 4th
Globetrotter – Anniversary Party with The Human Experience
The Round March 4th
Zuze & Iva
Small World Music Centre March 24th
Massey Hall April 12th
Lula Lounge March 23rd
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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.