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Somewhere There Creative Music Festival 5th Anniversary!

February 24-26th, 2017

Somewhere There presents the Fifth Anniversary of its Creative Music Festival!

This year's festival embraces an ever-diverse all-local roster, providing a flattering aerial view of Toronto's exploratory music scenes. Showcasing a range of work from intricate ensemble compositions to wayward song-craft, and from pulsing electronics to intimate improvised duets, there's something to delight every kind of adventurous listener.

for more info visit:

http://www.somewherethere.org/festival/

Tickets available soon at Soundscapes and Tranzac Club!

FULL PROGRAM

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 24th, 2017

8pm Main Hall $10 :

a lecture by David Dacks

Nick Fraser New Quartet

Craig Dunsmuir & Dun-Dun Band

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11pm Southern Cross Lounge PWYC :

HEALING POWER RECORDS PRESENTS

Body Double Bile Sister New Chance

DJ HVYWTR

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25th, 2017

2pm Main Hall $10 :

Amelia Ehrhardt Solo dance

Lla Ensemble

Roundtable on movement & improvised music moderated by Dawne Carleton

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8pm Main Hall $10 :

The Thing Is

Manticore James Beardmore aka Cares Xuan Ye aka A Pure Apparatus

Future Machines

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11pm Southern Cross Lounge PWYC :

HEALING POWER RECORDS PRESENTS

Prince Nifty

DJ HVYWTR

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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 26th, 2017

2pm Main Hall $10 :

Rhinoceros Saxophone Quartet

Open Rehearsal & Concert

featuring new compositions by Tomasz Krakowiak and Alice Ping Yee Ho

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8pm MAIN HALL $10 :

DUO IMPROVISATIONS: Heidi Chan Sarah Peebles; Rob Clutton Michael Lynn; Diane Roblin Michael Snow; James Bailey Allison Cameron

The Mike Smith Comapny

Bristles Trio

Each evening concert also features a mini record-fair featuring crates full of left-field selections from LP's LPs, Quixotic Sounds Toronto, Healing Power Records, All-Set Editions, Pleasence Records, She Said Boom! Roncesvalles Village and Ken Aldcroft's erstwhile label Trio Records.

Festival funding and sponsors: Musicworks Magazine, Canada Council for the Arts Conseil des Arts du Canada, Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario, Beau's All Natural Brewing Co., DAVID's Tea, Tranzac Club


Somewhere There Creative Music Festival 5th Anniversary!

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