Hello friends of Kirabo!
Hope you are enjoying the warm weather in Toronto
Take a look at our line-up for our Voices of Hope Gala this April 15th. Pretty impressive eh?
Remember to contact us on facebook for tickets or through a board member. ALSO remember that every ticket sold is a $30 donation for our kids at Almond college.
Ripple Rhythm Drummers are group of percussionists assembled from Toronto’s vibrant freestyle group drumming scene. They are skilled at improvising rhythmic layers that intermingle to create a complex tapestry of rhythmic and melodic fusion. Don’t fight it – get up and MOVE!
Street Dance Academy will be preform a dance act this year. Their academy is the hub for Torontonian dance expression located at Spadina and Queen st. West. They offer all kinds of dance instruction ~ breaking, locking, popping, jazz funk and house.
Star Child X are heavily influenced by the production genius of groups like Depeche Mode and Public Enemy. In addition, some of the band members are accomplished actors playing principal roles in television and touring as a motivational entertainer across North America, speaking to over a million youth. Their first Album, Violent Bloom, is set to be released soon and their first single, Superstar, is a fixture on radio stations such as 99.9 – Virgin Radio.
Nhapitapi Mbira (meaning “sweet mbira”) started playing together in 2008. Their music is centred around Mbira, an instrument that has been played in Zimbabwe for hundreds of years. Masaisai rapidly became a hit on the Toronto African Music scene, where we were sought after to play at festivals such as, Afro-fest and Bana Ya’Afrique.