Presenter/Promoter: Uma Nota Culture
Close out Progress 2019 with a night of liminal joy on the dance floor. Featuring curated live musical performances, live percussion, video projections, space specific decor and DJs. Expect Uma Nota Culture's classic unpretentious and warm vibe.
LIVE - Nego Mozambique
Nego Mozambique is a Brazilian producer, songwriter, and electronic musician based in Toronto and has been part of the international electronic music scene for more than ten years, performing live acts of his own compositions, remixes and creating soundtracks for film and television.
His work has been influenced by funk, dancehall, reggaeton, afrobeats, breakbeats, jazz and bailefunk.
DJ - Hadara (formerly J.Lai)
Hadara is the new moniker of Toronto based dance floor favourite Jennifer Laiwint. An experienced multi-disciplinary artist playing RnB infused, club, house and dance music currently doing a monthly residency at Brooklyn based community radio station Half-Moon. She brings the flavours of dancehall, bailefunk, RnB, electro-tropical and global and Baltimore club mixes for all to party to.
++ SURPRISE LIVE PERCUSSION ACT
The Progress-Rhubarb Performance Bus will be transporting audiences this night: departing Buddies In Bad Times Theatre at 9:45pm and heading to The Theatre Centre. Free transport, with pop-up performances en route.
Progress is collectively curated and presented by a rotating series of Canadian organizations, operating within a contemporary performance context. The fourth edition of the Festival is curated by FADO Performance Art Centre, Festival of Recorded Movement, SummerWorks Performance Festival , Native Earth Performing Arts, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery , the red light district, The Theatre Centre, Uma Nota Culture and Why Not Theatre.
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