Saturday @ Luminato Festival, and Live Streaming for TEACHERS & SCHOOLS
Hello everyone, I hope you are all well and continuing to stay safe.
I am excited to be joining Luminato Festival Virtual Edition this Saturday June 13 at 9:35 pm EST. Please join us from home to hear a combination of great conversation and Sultans of String videos, including the premiere of I’m Free.
Thanks to all of you who sent in photos for the video, it is really super awesome and we are really excited to share it with you!
Artist and activist Ange Loft hosts a conversation inspired by Sultans of String’s newly released album Refuge, a collaboration with over 30 musicians, that addresses the challenges facing the world’s displaced peoples. Elder Duke Redbird, Ifrah Mansour, Waleed Abdulhamid and producer Chris McKhool will look at how refugees and displaced persons, particularly those who are artists, can guide us through the present moment; and they will share new music videos from the project.
Join the stream for this and other activities June 11-13 at https://luminatofestival.com, and on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter for free musical and theatrical performances, riveting conversations and panels, lively DJ sets, participatory programming and more.
All events are free! No tickets or registration required.
Thanks to Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and Canada Council for the Arts for their support!
And a note to TEACHERS and SCHOOLS
Thank you for being AMAZING and learning new ways to teach our children during this COVID-19 crisis!
To support your school programming, I am happy to announce that I am live streaming my Earth, Seas & Air concert for K-Grade 6 classes all month. This can be done through your school portal Direct-To-Students including a Q&A session, through multiple platforms including Zoom, Facebook Live, YouTube Live, and Google Meets/Hangouts.
Email me at email@example.com if you are interested in having a celebration with your entire school community before the end of the year, anywhere on the planet! Thanks for support of this through MASC and Prologue to the Performing Arts.