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Music of All Latitudes Concert Series: Adam Solomon, March 25

Adam Solomon

 Juno Winner Adam Solomon and Afropop Group Tikisa featured artists in UTSC’s Music of All Latitudes Concert Series

On Saturday, March 25, 2006 at 7:30pm, Juno winner Adam Solomon and Afropop group Tikisa perform as part of UTSC’s Music of All Latitudes  (MOAL) Concert Series at the University of Toronto at Scarborough's ARC Theatre. Tickets (reserved seating) are $10 Adults and $8 Students/Seniors and can be purchased from the UofTtix Box Office. Online ( -24 hours) and Telephone (416.978.8849 - Weekdays 11am to 5pm) sales are available beginning February 24th. In-person (UTSC) sales (Room B320) begin February 10th.

The goal of Music of All Latitudes is to offer a fusion, variety, and richness of musical invention. Past performers include: Toronto Tabla Ensemble, Kiyoshi Nagata Ensemble, Ballet Creole, Maderaz, Ron Korb, Adonis Puentes, TASA, Heather Bambrick, the Madawaska String Quartet, GaPa, and the Kekeli African Drum and Dance Ensemble.

Adam Solomon was born in Mombasa, Kenya, and began performing at an early age. He established his career playing lead guitar and singing on recordings with some of Kenya's most popular musicians. He was a co-founder of Canada's great pan-African band, the Afronubians, with whom he toured western Canada in ‘93. After forming his own multicultural band, Tikisa, he released the albums Safari and Rocket Express II: African Renaissance Blues.  In 2004 he collaborated with a group of pan-African musicians, culminating in the release of the CBC-produced African Guitar Summit CD, which won Best World Music Album at the 2005 Junos. Tikisa delivers a fresh, eminently listenable intoxicating blend of Worldbeat and Afropop rhythms that will lift your soul and make your feet move.

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The Music of All Latitudes Concert Series is presented by the Cultural Affairs Music Committee, UTSC and is sponsored by Manulife Finacial, the Scarborough Campus Students' Union, and the Council on Student Services.

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