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Toronto’s Latin Scene – Part 1

Toronto’s multicultural population has brought great music to the city.  The Latin scene is most prominent.  Visit these neighbourhoods, if you are interested in hearing  that Latin beat. Little Portugal near the corner of  Ossington and Dundas Lula Lounge is a hot spot for dancing, food, and live music – Latin style.    Popular musicians perform […]

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Classical Vienna

Vienna is the most breathtaking cities to which I have traveled.  Cobblestone streets, cafes, boutiques, Romanesque, Baroque and Classical architecture are abound. While many have said that Vienna rivals Paris in classical architecture, there is no comparison to the rich history of this city’s classical music. The best known composers of Vienna’s Classical Period are […]

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Vancouver’s Dehli 2 Dulbin is electricfying

This five member band has been performing at festivals around the world since 2006.  They have three albums to their credit: Delhi 2 Dublin, Delhi 2 Dublin Remixed and Electric Planet released in May 2010 Tarun Nayar, Sanjay Seran, Kytami, Andrew Kim and Ravi Binning transcend all stereotypes by creating an electrifying fusion of Bhangra, […]

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