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Mariachi Fuego

Recently, Toronto’s hottest Mexican mariachi band "Mariachi Fuego", were featured as guests on the 3rd season of the “Sounds of Canada” web series, shot in ECG’s studios. Made up of four veteran mariachi musicians, the band delivers fiery performances, proving time after time that they are not called Fuego (fire) for nothing! ‘Mariachi Fuego’ offers…
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Celtic – Japanese Concert

Canada’s leading taiko group closed out their 20th anniversary season with “Taiko x Celtic” concert at Harbourfront Centre Theatre, Toronto on June 8th, 2019. Japanese ensemble performed with a highly energetic and entertaining group The American Rogues. It’s a pleasure to mention that the concert was a total success! Fully packed concert hall, dynamic and…
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Trojan Jazz

A premiere of “Trojan Jazz”, a movie about the 1962 Benny Goodman’s tour in the Soviet Union, was shown on June 8th in St. Petersburg, Russia. A famous clarinetist Julian Milkis was performing together with Symphony Orchestra of St. Petersburg’s Capella in a concert conducted by Alexander Chernushenko.
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The best of Ukrainian Opera

The Nightingale Music Festival presents Canadian audiences with the best of Ukrainian Opera! Two amazing operas Natalka Poltavka and Zaporozhets za Dunayem will be performинг July 11th at the Huculak Centre, 516 The Kingsway, Toronto. Tickets are available online.
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Giya Kancheli’s “Miniatures”

Julian Milkis, on clarinet, and Polina Osetinska, playing piano, performed together at Odessa’s Philharmonic Theatre in Ukraine June 3rd. The concert was dedicated to a famous composer Giya Kancheli. With a fully packed concert hall, the performance was a total success!
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Toronto Japanese Film Festival

The Toronto Japanese Film Festival will be held from June 6 to June 27, 2019 at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, 6 Garamond Court, North York.  This is the 8th annual festival featuring 28 films, taiko drumming performance, sake and sushi tasting, and much more.  Tickets are available online or at 416-441-2345, and the prices…
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HAPPENING Multicultural Festival

This weekend do not miss a multicultural festival that engages more than 60 performers and artists, who self-identified as immigrants, newcomers or refugees. This four-day festival will entertain you with contemporary music, dance, poetry, crafts and food.
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Pow-wow

Pow-wow (also powwow or pow wow) is a gathering held by various Native American communities. The name comes from the Narragansett language, from the word powwaw, meaning "spiritual leader." Modern Pow-wow is an event where people dance, sing, socialize and discuss the culture of Indigenous People. Dance competitions are held at Pow-wow, often with cash…
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Nightingale Music Festival’s charity concert

We are pleased to let you know that Nightingale Music Festival recently successfully held a charity concert in support of the Urban Angel St. Michael’s Foundation. Many young talented artists presented and Mira Solovianenko was one of the vocal coaches.
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Upcoming concert

Do not miss the great concert of Nagata Shachu and the American Rogues! This mix of Celtic and Japanese cultures will definitely be a crowd-pleaser, so hurry up to get your tickets, while they are still available on Harbourfront Center website.
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Jazz concert

Julian Milkis and Capella Orchestra under the direction of A.Chernushenko will be performing at a jazz concert by A.Gilliland. The first performance will be held in St.Petersburg on June 6th and the second one will be in La Valletta, Malta on June 15th.
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