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Music of All Latitudes I: featuring Maza Meze

 

Music of All Latitudes (MOAL) I: featuring Maza Meze

Saturday, November 17, 2007

7:30pm in the ARC Theatre

University of Toronto Scarborough

Tickets: $12 Adults, $10 Students/Seniors (on sale Friday, October 5, 2007)

Telephone: 416.978.8849 (Weekdays 11am-5pm)

Online: www.uofttix.ca (24 hours)

In person: Cultural Affairs, Room B320 (University of Toronto Scarborough) or

UofTtix, Arbor Room Hallway of Hart House (Weekdays 11am-5pm)

Buy tickets to both MOAL concerts (Maza Meze and Amanda Martinez) and save up to 20% off the regular single ticket price! The MOAL Double Pass is $20 Adults and $16 Students/Seniors.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Maza Mezé are an eclectic gathering of some of Toronto’s finest improvisers and innovators. In 1995 they came together to explore the traditional music of Greece and the Middle East and to create their own original compositions. Vocalists Jayne Brown, Jennifer Moore, and Sophia Grigoriadis are accompanied by instrumentalists Ernie Tollar, John Gzowski, Debashis Sinha and Jeff Wilson as well as selected special guests ranging from a belly dancer to a traditional Greek clarinet player. Their varied musical tastes and abilities allow Maza Mezé to add many exotic flavourings from a dozen genres and traditions to the basic Greek and Middle Eastern repertoire; a dollop of R&B or a hint of Latin perhaps. Maza Mezé has performed at festivals across Canada from Newfoundland to Vancouver Island. Their unique sound led them to be the first world music ensemble to ever be recorded by CBC Records, and their music is a regular feature on CBC Radio broadcasts across Canada as well as local community radio stations. With an almost inexhaustible palette of sounds and styles of music, Maza Mezé is a Canadian institution that can move your mind and your feet, wherever you are.

MOAL is presented by the Cultural Affairs Music Committee, University of Toronto Scarborough and is made possible through the generous support of Manulife Financial, MBNA, TD Meloche Monnex, the Scarborough Campus Students’ Union, the Council on Student Services, and the Scarborough Mirror (Official Media Sponsors).

The University of Toronto Scarborough is located at 1265 Military Trail (South of Hwy 401 at Morningside). Please visit www.utsc.utoronto.ca/parking for maps and parking rates.

For more info, please visit www.utsc.utoronto.ca/cultural or call 416.208.4769.




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