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April 2018

How to tear down a wall

April 24 @ 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 8:00pm, repeating until April 29, 2018

Artscape Youngplace, Studio 103, 180 Shaw St
Toronto, Ontario M6J 2W5 Canada
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$18 - $25

"How to tear down a wall", a new full-length dance by choreographer Tracey Norman, aims to interrogate supportive structures, investigating the walls we put up and take down in our society, smaller communities, and intimate relationships. Collaborating with exciting interpreters Justine Comfort, Sarah Dowhun, Miles Gosse, Niko Markakis and Denise Solleza (members of the collective Half Second Echo), and lighting designer Gabriel Cropley, How to tear down a wall is a site-specific work for a magnificent space housed in Artscape…

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May 2018

Howard Ross – A One Day Show of Paintings

May 6 @ 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm

A One Day Show of Paintings - I am a Toronto, Canada born painter. I have been a professional artist since 1985. I love to paint. I love the physical activity of painting. I love the process of starting with a white panel, and then, after much mental anguish and hours of smelling turpentine, something exists that did not exist before. Howard currently lives in Spain but will be present throughout the day. This exhibition is open to the public.

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Near East – CD & Vinyl Release

May 19 @ 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Small World Music Centre, 180 Shaw Street
Toronto, Ontario M6J2W5 Canada
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$20 - $25

Near East - Ravi Naimpally, Ernie Tollar and Demetri Petsalakis - releases their debut recording on CD and vinyl. The concert will feature special guests, Syrian clarinetist Majd Sekkar and Turkish qanun virtuoso Tamer Pinarbasi. Near East invents their own world-music convention, by bringing together several world music traditions. The Inception of Near East's Music begins in, Maqam and Iqa' of the Middle East and Greece, gives way to the raga and tala concepts of North and South India ultimately…

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