On July 22 a brand new and unique collaboration of Japanese drumming, storytelling and traditional Azerbaijani dance will take over Trillium Park.
This event is FREE!
2:00-3:00pm Nagata Shachu (feat. Rui Umezawa)
Nagata Shachu has enthralled audiences with its mesmerizing and heart-pounding performances of the Japanese drum (taiko). Their playing is the combination of unbounded spirit and passion with the highest levels of musicianship and discipline. Nagata Shachu will play selected works setting the mood as author Rui Umezawa tells and performs a tale from his book “Strange Light Afar: Tales of the Supernatural from Old Japan”.
3:15-4:00pm & 4:15-5:00pm Azerbaijani Dance Toronto
Araz Dance group was founded to introduce the folklore dance of Azerbaijan and Caucasus region. They want to bring people together with dance and music to celebrate peace and diversity.
1:00 – 6:00pm Food & Beverage including Licensed Bar
- Beer (Rickards Red, Creemore, Mill St., Coors Lite)
- Coolers (Cottage Sprints Peach, Cottage Springs Lemon Lime)
- Cider (Brickworks Batch)
- Wine (Henry of Pelham – Red, Henry of Pelham – White)
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