MomenTO: Sounds Like Toronto presents Where Global Goes Local
ft. Kobo Town, Jane Bunnett and Maqueque, and the New Canadian Global Music Orchestra Sextet

Tue, Nov 7 at 6pm

  • 19+
General Admission
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Please note: advance tickets are valid until 30 minutes after doors open. Unclaimed tickets will be released at the door. Dinner reservations guarantee seating and must be made through the venue. Please book your GA ticket and then call 416-588-0307 to reserve dinner.
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6:00 p.m. ⎮ Doors open

7:00 p.m. ⎮ New Canadian Global Music Orchestra Sextet

8:15 p.m. ⎮ Jane Bunnett and Maqueque

9:30 p.m. ⎮ Kobo Town

Host: Mervon Mehta

Now celebrating its 15th year, Lula Lounge is home to Toronto's live Latin, Brazilian and world music scenes. While also presenting several jazz, urban and reggae series, Lula has built an international reputation as an incubator for projects with roots in Latin America and the Caribbean as they evolve in our city. Six members of the New Canadian Global Music Orchestra, a Canada150 initiative spearheaded by the Royal Conservatory of Music, will kick off the evening followed by Toronto jazz icon, saxophonist, bandleader and composer Jane Bunnett and her Juno- Award-winning, all-woman ensemble, Maqueque (just back from extensive national and international touring).

The night wraps up with an intoxicating blend of calypso, dancehall reggae and trombone-heavy brass by Kobo Town, fronted by émigré Trinidadian songwriter, Drew Gonsalves. Executive Director of Performing Arts for The Royal Conservatory, Mervon Mehta, will host the evening highlighting how each of these projects fits into the history of Lula as a venue that has made a major contribution to the story of music in Toronto and Canada. Program curator:  Tracy Jenkins, Co-Artistic Director, Lula Music and Arts Centre.

Lula Lounge

1585 Dundas St. W.
Toronto, ON M6K 1T9

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