Category : Music

601. Swiss Carnival Band – February 13 and 20, 2016

If you get up early today and can get going right away, there’s a Swiss treat that starts at 7am but goes on to

Lunar New Year Celebration Scarborough – February 7, 2016

Scarborough Civic Centre won’t have its big lunar New Year celebration this year, but Chinese performers will be at the Scarborough Civic Centre on

For the first and only presentation in Toronto of The “Estudiantina” of the University of San Carlos of Guatemala on Saturday, November 21, 2015

540. Mexico: From the Baroque to the Contemporary – October 17, 2015

Mexico’s music isn’t just Mariachi bands. This Saturday, at 7:30pm, the Monarca Ensemble (Paulina Derbez, Naomi Barrón, and María Rosales) will launch the “Contemporary

Ruth writes: This is one of my favourite festivals because it is well organized, and I love Korean food. For our previous blogs about

Ruth writes: It was billed as a “Multicultural Show” hosted by the “Youth Council”. I’m always keen to find out about different expressions of

508. Tirgan Persian/Iranian Festival August 20-23, 2015

  Ruth writes: Many thanks to Harbourfront Centre for telling us about its Tirgan Festival, another one of my favourites because of the beautiful

503.  Habari’s Afro-Canadian Culture –  2015

Ruth writes: This is billed as: “a focus on ‘New Voices:  A view of African music from a Canadian perspective’.  The artistic works will

Reva Goodman writes: I taught folk dancing in Toronto for many years… I have a LARGE collection of material Albums, Records…lp’s and 45’s, tapes,

489. Bastille Day – 2015

“Toronto will feel like France on July 12! Come celebrate the French national holiday at David Pecaut square (215 King Street West). Featuring gastronomy,