The Winter's End Bampot Concert

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The Winter's End Bampot Concert
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The Winter's End Bampot Concert says
In Support of The White Ribbon Campaign,
Local Toronto Arists, Henry Nozuka, Lauren Marron, Dante Matas, and Lydia Persaud are coming together to spread awareness and to share their hearts and music with the community.

White Ribbon is the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women and girls, promote gender equity, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity.

White Ribbon works to examine the root causes of gender-based violence and create a cultural shift that helps bring us to a future without violence.

Cover is $5 All Proceeds will be going towards The White Ribbon Campaign

Doors at 7pm

7 30pm Lauren Marron

Lauren Margaret Marron is a 13 year old singer, song writer and piano player. She studies both Royal Conservatory Voice and Piano. Next year she will be attending the Etobicoke School of the Arts for musical theatre. She has organized her own concert to raise awareness of missing people. She hopes to run the event annually in conjunction with the Squeaky Wheel Tour in the United States, which each fall sees musicians across the United States dedicating their concerts to people who are missing.

8pm Dante Matas

With an MA in Philosophy and a penchant for poetry and creative writing, Dante has combined his interests to create his own unique brand of pop, folk, and experimental music. He is highly influenced by the likes of Radiohead, Sufjan Stevens, Paul Simon, The Beatles, and Leonard Cohen among many others. Dante’s music tends to have a contemplative and introspective character to it, but never at the expense of a catchy melody.

8:45pm Lydia Persaud

Toronto based vocalist Lydia Persaud pursues her music as a singer-songwriter combing the story telling tradition of folk music with her soul vocal inflections. Winner of the 2013 Oscar Peterson Award, Lydia has developed from her jazz studies at Humber College to playing with groups; The O’Pears and previously The Soul Motivators. Lydia is set to release her self titled EP in summer of 2016.

9: 30pm Henry Nozuka
Growing up in a musical family Henry was surrounded by songwriting and a highly creative environment. Expression was highly encouraged in his up bringing. He decided to pursue an artistic education at Etobicoke School of the arts studying music and dance. Henry is currently recording his first solo EP and is playing shows in Toronto and NYC.
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By: Henry Nozuka

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