Fri, January 10th

Tanya Tagaq,Gurpreet Chana The Tabla Guy,H'Sao,Sagapool,Leela Gilday,presented by Mundial Montreal

TICKETS

Doors 6.00 pm
Show 7.00 pm
Advance Price
Door Price FREE

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

Tanya Tagaq, Gurpreet Chana The Tabla Guy, H'Sao, Sagapool, Leela Gilday,
presented by Mundial Montreal (APAP showcase) 

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Gurpreet Chana // The Tabla Guy: TABLIX - 7.20 pm

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World-renowned tabla player and groundbreaking fusion artist Gurpreet Chana presents TABLIX: A breathtaking integration of tabla and technology. Hear algorithms and tabla rhythms blend seamlessly at the hands of The Tabla Guy as he showcases his latest project against a backdrop of spectacular responsive visuals. 

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SAGAPOOL - 8.00 pm

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Sagapool is a group of six multi-instrumentalists who bring a cinematic feel to their balkan and gypsy-inflected original music. Their unique mix of good-natured shenanigans and Northern thoughtfulness has garnered numerous awards and won over audiences around the world.

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LEELA GILDAYA - 8.40 pm

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A passionate, soulful Dene performer, Leela Gilday takes her audiences on a journey through a deep and vibrant northern landscape resonating with musical images shaped by her powerful voice.Her music unites melody, lyrics and language rooted in her Northern Canadian heritage.

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H'SAO - 9.20pm

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Absolute virtuoso of a cappella harmonies mastered to perfection, H'Sao draws inspiration from its beloved Chadian music and gospel, with a dash of soul, jazz and R&B. The result? A soulful and flamboyant sound. With H'Sao's hopeful lyrics, the energy is palpable and the joie de vivre is irresistibly contagious! 
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TANYA TAGAQ - 10.00pm

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Tanya Tagaq's intense, evocative vocalizations, based on Inuit throat singing traditions, help reclaim the controversial 1922 film Nanook of the North. Tanya, percussionist Jean Martin and violinist Jesse Zubot perform a live accompaniment to the film's silent images.
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