Sun, Apr 22 2018
Doors: 7 p.m. Show Time: 7 p.m.

Moskitto BAR & Impulso Flamenco

Presenter/Promoter: Lula Music & Arts

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Get ready for a very special night of music and dancing because MOSKITTO BAR is coming back to Lula Lounge with a amazing flamenco group from Montreal called IMPULSO FLAMENCO, coming to Toronto for the first time.
For the occasion, Moskitto Bar will have a special guest, Jaicyea Her Budha Belly, doing some northern Africa belly dancing.
The night will finish with a collaboration involving both bands and both dancers for a explosive final.
A show not to be missed. More info on the bands following.

DOOR at 7pm / SHOW at 8pm
TICKETS: $15 ADVANCE (Eventbrite), $20 at the DOOR.

Impulso Flamenco

Formed by Mexican percussionist and singer Sergio Barrenechea, Impulso Flamenco is well known on Montreal's world jazz scene in Montreal.

The group presents a mix repertoire of traditional Flamenco in fusion with Latino and Arab musics, with Jazz accents.

Thanks to the virtuosity of its performers both, musicians and dancers, the show is energetic and colorful, intense and deep and still leaves considerable room for improvisation.
Watch them here:

Moskitto Bar

Moskitto Bar was created in Toronto in 2016 around Tangi Ropars from Breizh, France (accordion&voice), Ahmed Moneka from Bagdad, Irak(percussion&voice) and Yura Rafaliuk from centrale Ukraine (cimbalom&voice).

Moskitto Bar is always evolving and changing, looking to explore the music of the world. Every show brings is magical with a musical journey across the world from BrIttany to Bagdad, with a few stops in the Balkans and Ukraine. A music you never heard before.

For April 22, the group will be:
Tangi Ropars: Breizh, France (accordion&voice),
Ahmed Moneka: Bagdad, Irak (percussion&voice), Y
ura Rafaliuk: centrale Ukraine (cimbalom&voice)
and Fethi Nadjem: Algeria ( violin).

Moskitto Bar also brings a message of love, hope and compassion with members from all over the world. A true representation of the multiculturalism of Toronto.
Whatch them here:


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