The Cluttertones, Germaine Liu (Solo Percussion), John And Waleed (Songs From Ontario And The Sudan)

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The Cluttertones, Germaine Liu (Solo Percussion), John And Waleed (Songs From Ontario And The Sudan)
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$8 in advance, $10 at the door

Doors at 8pm, Show at 8:30pm

THE CLUTTERTONES
The Cluttertones are Lina Allemano (trumpet), Rob Clutton (bass, composition), Ryan Driver (voice, synth, piano), and Tim Posgate (banjo, guitar).

"Clutton composes pieces that begin with the improbable and sometimes approach the uncanny, strange states of musical mind in which the heterodox elements seem to tune calmly to a new standard." - Stuart Broomer, Whole Note

"The Cluttertones trade in a sort of weirdness and beauty you're very unlikely to have encountered before." - Nick Storring, Musicworks
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GERMAINE LIU
Germaine Liu is a Toronto-based percussionist, performer and composer. Her musical interests primarily involve collaborative improvisation and composition informed by sonic and physical connections. She also loves teaching and playing musical games with children. During her undergraduate degree at University of Guelph, Liu studied percussion with John Goddard and Jesse Stewart and music with Ellen Waterman. At York University in Toronto she studied composition with David Mott.
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JOHN AND WALEED
John Millard has been active in the Canadian music and theatre scenes for the last twenty five years. He has toured Canada and Europe with his bands The Polka Dogs and John Millard & Happy Day. He has worked with many Canadian theatre companies including: Shaw Festival, Theatre Columbus, Volcano, Manitoba Theatre Centre, Canadian Stage Company, and Caravan Farm Theatre. Recent theatre for Soulpepper the Barber of Seville, and John & Waleed for Cahoots Theatre.

Originally from Sudan, Waleed Abdulhamid is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, vocalist, producer and film-maker, and has been an active member of the Toronto music scene since his arrival in Canada in 1992. Waleed was one of the first twelve resident artists at the Young Center for Performing Arts, and has sat on grant-reviewing juries for several Canadian Art Councils. He is a teacher at Humber College and University of Toronto. Waleed has played and recorded with David Clayton Thomas, “The Drifters”, composer/pianist/organist Doug Riley, Jackie Richardson, Julie Black, Karyn White, Deborah Cox and presently Zaki Ibrahim. He has also recorded with Paul Novotny, David Johanns and Joe Sealy. Waleed was a founding member of award-winning African bands, Radio Nomad and Balimbo.
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