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Global Toronto 2021
mon14jun(jun 14)6:00 am Tfri18(jun 18)3:00 pm TGlobal Toronto 2021Music Conference
14 (Monday) 6:00 am T - 18 (Friday) 3:00 pm T View in my time
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Produced by Small World Music, the Global Toronto, a music showcase and conference is a platform for re-imagining and building a sustainable, equitable, and accessible music sector. GT
Produced by Small World Music, the Global Toronto, a music showcase and conference is a platform for re-imagining and building a sustainable, equitable, and accessible music sector. GT focuses on creating and strengthening relationships across the ecosystem, with equity-seeking communities at its core. GT21 runs online June 14-18, 2021 with activities kicking off in the spring, and all under the guiding theme of Now What: Making Space, Enacting Change. GT21 is also a platform to showcase our city, which has, for millennia, been a site of coming-together. Register today via globaltoronto.org/registration Registration for GT21 is priced at $ CA75 but we want to ensure that all can participate. Please contact us at email@example.com to find out how to join at a reduced rate. Learn more about GT21 Spotlight Artists, Jury and Partners at globaltoronto.org Stay tuned for more!
Indigenous Artists for this Event!
With a style perpetually galvanized by darkness and haunting northern beauty, sisters, Tiffany Kuliktana Ayalik and Kayley Inuksuk Mackay, come together to create Inuit style throat singing duo, PIQSIQ. Performing ancient traditional songs and eerie new compositions, they leave their listeners enthralled with the infinity of possible answers to the question “what is the meaning of life.”
With roots in Nunavut’s Kitikmeot and Kivalliq Regions, the sisters grew up in Yellowknife, NWT, where endless sunlight shines for two short summer months and deep, wintery darkness consumes the rest of the year. These environmental extremes had a huge impact on Tiffany and Kayley’s overall aesthetic and the pair have always engrossed themselves in creating soundtracks to life that reflect this natural phenomenon.