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CANCELLED Tribal Gallery presents Mark Marczyk, Fri Dec 20

November 19th, 2013
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Friday December 20 at 8 pm, tickets at the door $18, advance $15 call 905-543-8512. A special Tribal Gallery presentation! Toronto-based Ukrainian fiddler Mark Marczyk and guests Hutsuly perform an evening of traditional Christmas tunes from the Carpathian region.

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The Tribal Gallery presents bluesman Morgan Davis, Sat Oct 12

September 6th, 2013
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morgan-davis-1_600Saturday October 12, 2013 at 8 pm. $12 advance, $15 at door. The Tribal Gallery presents a special concert by renowned guitarist-bluesman Morgan Davis. [Advance tickets at Artword Artbar, call 905-543-8512 or BUY ADVANCE TICKETS ON-LINE]. For nearly four decades Morgan Davis has been on the road travelling across Canada, the United States and Europe. His performances draw from a rich tradition of country blues, as well as his own contemporary songs infused with wit and a large dose of humour. http://www.morgandavis.com/ Morgan’s first solo recording “Blues Medicine”, on Electro-Fi records, garnered critical acclaim as well as awards for songwriting and production. His multi- award winning release “Painkiller” won an impressive four awards at the 2004 Maple Blues Awards and not long after took home Canada’s top music prize…the Juno for Blues Album of the Year.
Click here to download the Morgan Davis poster in pdf format sized for legal paper.

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Tribal Gallery presents “Eh?!” Fiddle Trio, Sat June 1

May 1st, 2013
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Anne_Lederman_Eh_trio crop 2.jpgSaturday June 1, 2013, at 8 pm, $15 door, $12 advance (call 905-385-1829). “Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery presents “Eh?!” Fiddle Trio: Anne Lederman, Emilyn Stam and James Stephens, playing play traditional and contemporary Canadian fiddle-based music.  Between them, they play four- and five-string fiddles, piano, accordion, guitars, mandolins, kalimba and feet. Expect great ensemble playing and singing, a repertoire of the best traditional and contemporary fiddling Canada has to offer, and a willingness to take it to the far reaches of musical imagination. Their first, self-titled CD was nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award as Best Instrumental Ensemble. WEBSITE: www.ehtunes.com
EPK: http://www.sonicbids.com/epk/epk.aspx?epk_id=302407
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Eh/442464222472574?ref=ts&fref=ts

Click here to download Anne Lederman “Eh!?” Trio poster pdf for legal paper.

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Tribal Gallery presents Mike Almas Blues Band, Sat May 25

April 25th, 2013
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MIKE_ALMAS_c650.jpgSaturday May 25, 2013 at 8 pm $10 advance /$15 door. The Tribal Gallery presents the Mike Almas Blues Band in concert. A seasoned and talented guitarist, singer songwriter, Mike Almas has been recording and performing throughout North America for over 25 years. Blending a unique mix of blues, funk and soul, outstanding musicianship and powerful vocals, the Mike Almas Band delivers the blues.  Call Tribal Gallery at 905-385-1829 for advance tickets. Last time Mike played Artword Artbar, the show sold out, so get those tickets! Click here to download Mike Almas poster pdf legal paper.

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Mardi Gras season with Swamperella! Sat Mar 9 at 8 pm (a Tribal Gallery presentation)

February 11th, 2013
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swamperella_2012_color_650.jpgSaturday March 9, 2013, at 8 pm, $15 advance, $20 door. The Tribal Gallery presents the fabulous Cajun band from Toronto: Swamperella. It’s Mardi Gras season! Soozi Schlanger – fiddles, vocals, washboard; Peter Jellard – accordion, fiddles, vocals; Conny Nowe – acoustic guitar; Rachel Melas – string and electric bass; Dave MacDougall– triangle and drums. In February 2013, Swampella are releasing their 4th CD Leopard Skin Coat featuring rocking Swamperella originals and classic Cajun and Creole favourites. Call The Tribal Gallery for advance tickets 905-385-1829.  Click here to download Swamperella poster pdf legal paper.
http://www.swamperella.com  The original mandate of Swamperella, “to honour the Cajun music tradition”, has never been compromised. The integrity of the traditional form and sentiment has always been maintained even as originals and Zydeco began seeping into the Swamperella repertoire. The old time flavour stirred up in a brand new pot makes for a fabulous and rich musical experience and the Swamp-stew just keeps getting yummier. Read more…

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The Tribal Gallery presents Feihong Nan playing Chinese zither, Saturday Feb 23

January 19th, 2013
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Feihong_Nan02c.jpgFeihong_Nan_poster_400.jpgSaturday February 23 at 8 pm, $12 advance (call 905-385-1829), $15 door. Experience World Music! The Tribal Gallery presents a special concert by Feihong Nan playing the guzheng, the traditional Chinese plucked zither, an instrument with over 2000 years of history.
“To Chinese music, it is like piano to western music. The founder of the Chinese Zither Music School, Ms Feihong Nan, has over 20 years professional experience in Chinese zither music. She is also the National 1st prize winner and holding the highest grade certificate in Chinese zither music performance and teaching. ”
Here is an article Sat Feb 9 in The Spec about the guzheng and Feihong Nan’s upcoming concert: http://www.thespec.com/news/local/article/883927–sound-of-guzheng-charms-in-the-year-of-the-snake

Click here to download the poster pdf sized for legal paper.

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Tribal Gallery presents Vandana, East Indian classical music, Sat Jan 19, 2013, 8 pm

December 10th, 2012
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vandana_orange1c.jpgSaturday January 19, 2013, at 8 pm, $12 advance, $15 door. “Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery presents a special CD release concert by vocalist Vandana Vishwas singing expressive songs based on East Indian classical music. Click here to download the poster Tribal_Gallery_Vandana_Jan2013_85x14new.pdf

Vandana_cd_cover_650.jpgOne of the leading exponents of South Asian music in North America, Vandana is formally trained in North Indian classical vocal music. Vandana was an All India Radio and Indian National Television artist before she left India, and specializes in composing, arranging and singing North Indian classical music based expressive song forms such as Ghazals, Bhajans, Geet and Thumri. She is accompanied by Raya Bidaye (harmonium), Jasvinder Hunjan (tabla), Vishwas Thoke (acoustic guitar). Call Gwen at Tribal Gallery for tickets 905-385-1829.  www.vandanavishwas.com Read more…

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Tribal Gallery presents Neeraj Prem, sitar virtuoso, Sat Nov 10

October 15th, 2012
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neerajprem_650.jpgTribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgSaturday November 10, 2012, at 8 pm, $12 advance, $15 door. “Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery presents a special concert of East Indian music, with Neeraj Prem on sitar and vocals, and a tabla player. Musically the evening will be mystical and supernatural through the sounds of Indian Sitar, mostly Indian classical music with the elements of folk and gazhals. Tickets in advance call The Tribal Gallery, 905-385-1829.

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Tribal Gallery presents Club Django, gypsy jazz sextet, Sat Oct 13

September 15th, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgExperience World Music! The Tribal Gallery Presents Concert Series
ClubDjango_2l_c.jpgSaturday October 13 at 8 pm, $15 advance, $20 door. Gypsy swing jazz with  Club Django, specializing in the music of gypsy guitar legend Django Reinhardt and violinist Stephane Grappelli. This fabulous sextet is Rodion Boshoer (violin), Gerry Duligal (piano accordion), John Farrell (lead guitar), Tony Oldland (rhythm guitar), André Séguinot (rhythm guitar) ClubDjango_LaGitaneCover_c.jpgand Abbey Sholzberg (double bass). André Séguinot, the founder of Club Django Toronto, was born in Montpellier, France and the only member to have seen Django Reinhardt perform. We are in for a real treat!
For advance tickets, call Tribal Gallery 905-385-1829.
http://www.clubdjangotoronto.com

 

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CANCELLED Tribal Gallery presents “Eh?! Fiddle Trio”, Sun Sept 30, 7 pm

August 24th, 2012
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CANCELLED due to filming on Colbourne Street Sat Sept 29 and Sun Sept 30. “RoboCop” night scene in the Faema lane and right in front of Artword Artbar, with rain machines, gunshots and the works. We won’t be able to get near the place.

Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpg“Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery Presents concert series.
CANCELLED Sunday September 30, 2012 at 7 pm.  Anne_Lederman_Eh_trio c.jpg “Eh?! Fiddle Trio”: Anne Lederman, Emilyn Stam  and James Stephens, a fiddle-based trio of amazing multi-instrumentalists and singers celebrating both tradition and innovation. Tickets $10 advance from Tribal Gallery (905-385-1829) and $15 at the door.
Anne Lederman – tenor mandolin, tenor guitar, piano, Jaw Harp, feet, bones, 4 & 5 string fiddles; Emilyn Stam – piano, accordion, 5 string fiddle; James Stephens – mandolin, guitar, bass, 4 & 5 string fiddles

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Tribal Gallery presents The Sharbat Trio, Saturday July 14

June 5th, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpg“Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery Presents concert series.
Sharbat_0078_c800.jpgSaturday July 14 at 8 pm$10 advance  (call 905-385-1829), $15 door. The Sharbat Trio: three top Canadian musicians: tabla virtuoso Ravi Naimpally, multi-instrumentalist Waleed Abdulhamid and vocalist Samidha Joglekar.  Inspired by music of both the South Asian and African diaspora, this incredible trio are creating a new cross-cultural blend of soulful sounds. Read more…

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Tribal Gallery presents Kavyan Persian Band, Sat June 23

May 20th, 2012
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“Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery Presents concert series.
Kavyan 2012_c650.jpgSaturday June 23 at 8 pm $15 (one price, reservations a must, call 905-385-1829) Kavyan is back! Kavyan is a seven-piece Hamilton band playing classical Persian music on traditional instruments. The musicians include:  Farimah Hakem Zadeh (vocals), Pourya Heidari (seTaar), Damon Panahi (violin), Sahar Ghafourian (Taar), Amin Afshinmanesh (Santoor), Pouya Zangeneh Kazemi (Taar), Roozbeh Mafi (Daff & Tomback).

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Tribal Gallery presents Ventanas, Sat June 9

April 29th, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpg“Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery Presents concert series.
Ventanas_c.jpgSaturday June 9 at 8 pm, $15 (one price, call 905-385-1829 to reserve) Ventanas is back! Ventanas brings together the music and dance worlds of Flamenco, Balkan and Sephardic musics and their diasporas.” Band members are: Tamar Ilana – vocals, hand percussion; Mark Marczyk – violin, vocals; Dennis Duffin – Flamenco guitar; Jaash Singh – darbuka, cajón; Demetrios Petsalakis – oud, buzuki. www.VentanasMusic.com

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NEW CONCERT: Tribal Gallery presents The Gypsy Rebels, Sat May 26

April 21st, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpg “Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery Presents concert series.
gypsy_rebels_MichealTButch_c.jpgNEW CONCERT CHANGE: Saturday May 26 at 8 pm.  Tickets $15, call 905-385-1829. The Gypsy Rebels, led by Micheal T. Butch, are a Toronto-based Gypsy band with a repertoire of traditional Gypsy music mixed with elements of Reggae, Funk, R’n’B, and Soul. Acoustic guitar, upright bass, accordion, violin, and trumpet all support Micheal’s vocals in a unique blend of music. They play both traditional Roma Gypsy songs and and original songs composed by Micheal T Butch. gypsy_rebels_album.jpgTheir recent album is called “Between Worlds”. http://www.thegypsyrebels.com

[The Lemon Bucket Orkestra originally scheduled on this date has been invited to perform at a festival in Roumania. We’ll get them back in the fall.]

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Tribal Gallery presents Flamenguitos del Norte, Sat May 12

April 8th, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpg“Experience World Music!” The Tribal Gallery Presents concert series.
Flamenguitos_02.jpgSaturday May 12 at 8 pm
, $20 door ($15 advance call 905-385-1829) at Artword Artbar. Flamenguitos del Norte, an 11-piece flamenco band (flamenco puro), a Toronto collective of musicians, singers and dancers dedicated to the art of Flamenco. “Though we’re far from Spain, we embrace the fire and cheekiness that encapsulates the music and dance from the streets of Jerez, Sevilla and Cadiz.” http://www.flamenguitosdelnorte.com/

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Tribal Gallery presents Brenna MacCrimmon & Friends, Sat April 21

March 10th, 2012
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Brenna MacCrimmon_col2.jpgTribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgSaturday April 21, 2012 at 8 pm, $15. The Tribal Gallery presents an evening of Turkish, Balkan and Greek music with Brenna MacCrimmon, Jayne Brown, Sophia Grigoriadis and Louise Wrazen.  Jayne Brown and Sophia Grigoriadis are members of Maza Meze, Toronto’s spirited world music ensemble. Louise Wrazen teaches ethnomusicology at York University and Brenna MacCrimmon is Turkey’s most famous non-Turkish folk singer. Will sell out – reservations advised call  The Tribal Gallery 905-385-1829.
http://www.myspace.com/brennamaccrimmon
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SOLD OUT Tribal Gallery presents Radhika Chary, North Indian Classical vocal music, Sat March 24

February 21st, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgradhika_c650.jpgKishore_c.jpgSOLD OUT Saturday, March 24, 2012 at 8 pm at Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne St., $15 at door, $10 advance (905-385-1829). The Tribal Gallery presents North Indian Classical vocal music performed by Radhika Chary – vocals and tablas. Radhika  has been singing North Indian Hindustani Classical music for 5 years now. Her repertoire will also include light classical music. She is accompanied by tabla player Kishore Kulkarni.

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Tribal Gallery presents: special concert Amchok Gompo, Tues Mar 13, 7 pm

February 2nd, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgAmchok_Gompo_lastfm.jpgAmchok_Gompo_thestar..jpgTuesday March 13 at 7 pm, at Artword Artbar, $20 door, $15 advance from Tribal Gallery 905-385-1829. A very special opportunity to hear an intimate concert by a renowned world artist Amchok Gompo, from Tibet, playing the Tibetan six-string long-necked lute called the dramyin or damnyen. He now lives in Toronto with his family, and played for the Dalai Lama here. He is heading off on a world tour, and Gwen Duncan of Tribal Gallery has arranged a last minute visit from him to Hamilton. Hear his music at  http://www.last.fm/music/Amchok+Gompo

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Tribal Gallery presents Judith Cohen & Tamar Ilana, Sat March 10

January 29th, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgJCohen.jpgtamar 2.jpgSaturday, March 10, 2012, at 8 pm at Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne St., $15 at door, $10 advance (905-385-1829). The Tribal Gallery presents Judith Cohen and Tamar Ilana in a concert of Sephardic songs, songs from rural Spain and Portugal, the Balkans, French Canada, medieval troubadours, Yiddish – maybe even some songs in English. Judith Cohen, singer and ethnomusicologist, returns to Artword [that was Artword Theatre in Toronto] after many years, with her daughter, Tamar Ilana of “Ventanas”. Judith and Tamar sing stories from the misdemeanours of medieval Iberian monarchs to advice to naive brides. Mother-daughter dialogue songs, close Balkan harmonies, little-known songs from mountain villages, and stories drawn from Judith’s and Tamar’s years of traveling around the homelands of their repertoire.

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Tribal Gallery presents Belly Dance Extravaganza, Sat Feb 11

January 8th, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_Bellydance_image650.jpgTribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgSaturday February 11, 2012, at 8 pm at Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne St., $15 at door, $10 advance. The Tribal Gallery presents Belly Dance Extravaganza. This is really going to be a fun night. We’ve got belly dancers of all kinds, plus Arabic tribal fusion music and three live drummers. The Tribal Gallery presented the dancers at the 2011 Supercrawl dance stage and everyone had so much fun that Gwen had to have them in this special concert. Dancers include Shades of Araby http://shadesofaraby.valizan.com;bellydance_4.jpg Asala Devi.jpgJuvia – Middle Eastern Dance Artist (Fusion Specialist); Siham – Artistic Director of belly-fusion dance company Dance Sister Dance; Shelina – a founding member of Tribe Maya Fire (American Tribal Style); and Asala Devi.

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SOLD OUT Sat Feb 4. Tribal Gallery presents Kavyan, classical Persian music, EXTRA SHOW ADDED! Sun Feb 5 at 4 pm

January 6th, 2012
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgKavyan 2012_650.jpgSOLD OUT! Saturday February 4, 2012, at 8 pm.
ADDED SHOW! Sunday February 5 at 4 pm (must reserve in advance, call Tribal Gallery 905-385-1829)
at Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne St., $15 at door, $10 advance. The Tribal Gallery presents Kavyan, a seven-piece Hamilton band playing classical Persian music on traditional instruments. The musicians include:  Farimah Hakem Zadeh (vocals), Pourya Heidari (seTaar), Damon Panahi (violin), Sahar Ghafourian (Taar), Amin Afshinmanesh (Santoor), Pouya Zangeneh Kazemi (Taar), Roozbeh Mafi (Daff & Tomback). For advance tickets, call Tribal Gallery 905-385-1829
Classical Persian music is an ancient art form and one of the earliest musical traditions known today. …. Read more…

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SOLD OUT! Tribal Gallery presents Ventanas (Flamenco, Balkan, Sephardic music and song), Sat Jan 28

December 24th, 2011
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Ventanas_c.jpgTribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgSOLD OUT! Saturday January 28, 2012 at 8 pm at Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne St., $15 at door, $10 advance. The Tribal Gallery presents a special concert by Ventanas. “Ventanas draws on the musical and cultural backgrounds of its Toronto-based members, bringing together the music and dance worlds of Flamenco, Balkan and Sephardic musics and their diasporas.” Band members are: Tamar Ilana – vocals, hand percussion; Mark Marczyk – violin, vocals; Dennis Duffin – Flamenco guitar; Jaash Singh – darbuka, cajón; Demetrios Petsalakis – oud, buzuki. www.VentanasMusic.com
(For advance tickets call The Tribal Gallery 905-385-1829)

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Tribal Gallery presents Higher Ground, a capella soul, Sat Jan 21

December 18th, 2011
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Colina_Phillips_c.jpgTribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgSaturday January 21, 2012 at 8 pm at Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne St., $15 at door, $10 advance. The Tribal Gallery presents a special concert by Higher Ground — a blend of distinctive voices that come together to bring you an exciting evening of soul. Colina Phillips brings Grant Bryant, Michael Highgate, Quinn Highgate and Lorraine Scott together as Higher Ground, whose a cappella voices mix together in unison, rhythm, rhyme and harmony – singing sweet music for your soul. In the tradition of doo wop Higher Ground presents a world of music, Lorraine_Scott.jpgstreet corner style, for fans of rhythm, blues and gospel. Come! Find yourself ‘on the corner !’ with Higher Ground.  (For advance tickets, call Gwen at Tribal Gallery 905-385-1829.

COLINA PHILLIPS has sung on radio and television shows with Canadian and international performers such as Anne Murray, Celine Dion and Chaka Khan, Bruce Cockburn, Jackie Richardson, Murray McLachlan and Justin Nozuka, was JUNO nominated and with SWAY earned a Gold record. Her singing and songwriting were featured on the jazz CD Blue Mood. With Higher Ground she gives full expression to music that has lived long in her heart. Read more…

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The Tribal Gallery moves, Jan 2012

December 11th, 2011
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Tribal_Gallery_logo_2012a650.jpgThe camels are restless. The Tribal Gallery is on the move. By January 2012, Gallery Proprietor/Concert Promotor Gwen Duncan will be in her new location:
Cannon St. Studios @ Gallery 205,
205 Cannon Street East, Hamilton
(1 block west of Wellington)
The Tribal Gallery – Nomadic, Tribal and Ethnic Jewellery, Textiles and Artifacts.
Please call ahead (905) 385-1829.  

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Tribal Gallery presents Neeraj Prem concert Sat Nov 26

October 18th, 2011
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Neeraj_Prem_photo_enc.jpgSaturday November 26, 2011, at 8 pm, $10 advance, $15 door. The Tribal Gallery presents a special concert of East Indian music, with Neeraj Prem on sitar and vocals, and a tabla player. Musically the evening will be mystical and supernatural through the sounds of Indian Sitar, mostly Indian classical music with the elements of folk and gazhals. Tickets in advance at The Tribal Gallery, 174 James Street North, 905-385-1829.

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SOLD OUT Tribal Gallery presents Mike Almas Blues Band, Sat Nov 19

October 15th, 2011
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MIKE_ALMAS_c650.jpgSaturday November 19, 2011 at 8 pm $10 advance /$12 door. The Tribal Gallery presents the Mike Almas Blues Band in concert. A seasoned and talented guitarist, singer songwriter, Mike Almas has been recording and performing throughout North America for over 25 years. Blending a unique mix of blues, funk and soul, outstanding musicianship and powerful vocals, the Mike Almas Band delivers the blues. With Neil Nickafor on bass (Nick played with Jack De keyser, George Oliver, Skip Procop, King Bisquit Boy), and  Jack Pedler on drums (Jack played with Teenage Head, Ray Materick, Dave Rave, Coyote Shivers). Call Tribal Gallery at 905-385-1829 for advance tickets.

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The Tribal Gallery presents: “Eh?!” fiddle-based trio Anne Lederman, Emilyn Stam, James Stephens, Wed Nov 9

October 8th, 2011
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Anne_Lederman_Eh_trio c.jpgWednesday November 9, 2011 at 8 pm, The Tribal Gallery presents a special concert “Eh?!”: Anne Lederman, Emilyn Stam  and James Stephens, a fiddle-based trio of amazing multi-instrumentalists and singers celebrating both tradition and innovation. Tickets $10 advance from Tribal Gallery (905-385-1829) and $15 at the door.
Anne Lederman – tenor mandolin, tenor guitar, piano, Jaw Harp, feet, bones, 4 & 5 string fiddles;
Emilyn Stam – piano, accordion, 5 string fiddle;
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The Tribal Gallery presents Tony Bird, Sat Oct 29

September 17th, 2011
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Tony_Bird_11_enc2.jpgSaturday, October 29, 2011 at 8 pm, tickets $15 (advance), $20 (door). The Tribal Gallery presents, in concert at Artword Artbar, the legendary singer-songwriter Tony Bird. With a truly unique voice, vision, guitar style and theatrical persona, this passionate Malawi-born song man, hailed as “The Father of African Folk-Rock,” delivers a far-ranging repertoire of exotic travelogues, love songs, topical and historical commentary and the moving, searching anthems of a mature poet. He’s an inventive, passionate, theatrical performer who delivers the moving, searching anthems of a mature poet. The extraordinary experience of a Bird concert is not to be missed.  “The finest, most impressive folk poet in years” – The Village Voice  http://www.mangotime.net/
Advance tickets on sale at The Tribal Gallery, 174 James St. N.  905-395-1829 Read more…

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The Tribal Gallery presents George Sawa, Sat Oct 22

September 15th, 2011
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GeorgeSawa2.jpgSaturday September, 2011, at 8 pm, $10 adv, $15 at door, at Artword Artbar 15 Colbourne St. The Tribal Gallery presents a special concert with the renowned Egyptian musician George Sawa, virtuoso master of the qanun (Egyptian psaltery). He plays traditional Arabic music, accompanied by Suzanne Meyers Sawa. Listen to sample tracks from their Juno-nominated two-vol CD. http://www.georgedimitrisawa.com/media.html
Advance tickets at The Tribal Gallery 174 James St. N, 905-385-1829. Read more…

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