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Re: toronto, next week



Thanks to all who replied.

On 06/02/2008, ditch wrestler <ditchwrestler@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Got anything in particular you're looking for, Os?

anything ambient/loopy/improv, really. or anything at all people with
local knowledge want to recommend as cool!


cheers,
os.


> If you're into the creative/improv music end of things, Somewhere There 
>has
> two good acts on next Thursday and Saturday
> http://www.somewherethere.org/calendar.php
>
> And the nice folks at the Assoc. of Improvising Musicians Toronto (aimt)
> have their Friday night Leftover Daylight series
> http://www.ovalwindowmusic.org/leftoverdaylight/main.php
> It looks like Canadian Renaissance man, Michael Snow (painter, 
>photographer,
> videographer) is playing in the last act on Friday the 15 and 22.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Snow
>
> The free weekly is Now Magazine - http://www.nowtoronto.com; check out 
>their
> music listing for what's up.
>
> There's plenty of big music stores - Steve's, Long & McQuade -but I'm not
> sure about small/freaky stores other than this one -
> http://www.capsulemusic.com/
>
> Got anything in particular you're looking for, Os?
>
>
> ted.
>
>
> Os <os@collective.co.uk> wrote:
>  Hi all,
>
> I've just arranged a business trip to Toronto for next week. Anyone
> got any recommendations?
>
> Looks like I just missed out on the Ambient Ping, by a remarkable bit
> of ill timing. Bah!
>
>
> cheers,
> os.
>
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>
>
>
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