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S O M E W H E R E T H E R E p r e s e n t s . . .
...live creative, outside-the-box, odd-ball, adventurous music in city of Toronto:
On the Second Sunday of each month, Somewhere There presents two sets of creative music at the Array Space (155 Walnut Avenue) starting at 8pm. All events are are pay-what-you-can with a suggested cover of $10.
the Slow Burning Torch series
An occasional series in which young, up-and-coming creative musicians are paired with their more established counterparts for an evening of inter-generational music, the Slow Burning Torch series offers an opportunity for young players to present and develop their original music and to build relationships with more experienced players on the scene.
An ongoing series curated and presented by bassist and improviser, Michael Lynn, in association with Somewhere there and Arraymusic, Audiopollination is a vibrant series of concert events featuring a smorgasbord of improvised music and visuals. Please visit audiopollination.ca for complete info on upcoming events + an extensive archive of photos and streaming audio from past shows.
the Somewhere There Creative Music Festival
Once a year, in the coldest and shortest month Canada has to offer, Somewhere There gathers together performers and composers, thinkers, educators, and music presenters for a three-day celebration of the vitality and diversity of Toronto's creative music scene. The Somewhere There Music Festival takes place at the TRANZAC, a long-time home for Toronto's musical adventurers and a warm, friendly place anytime, but especially in February.
+ an array of one-off presentations at an ever-growing list of local venues friendly to creative music such as the Array Space, Double Double Land, the Holy Oak, Ratio, the TRANZAC, and others.
Thank you for your commitment to impossible and unreasonable music-making and for your ongoing support.