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4am Last Call !!Naryam/Korinya/Naryam Again!/Juicebox Brass Band/Viper's Cloud

  • Drom taberna 458 Queen Street West Toronto, ON, M5V 2A8 Canada (map)

5pm Naryam Padmanabha

An intimate show by this renowned sitar player before his full band show at 9pm

7pm Korinya

In their first-ever North American tour, Korinya takes their music En Route to New York, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Detroit and Toronto. An all-acoustic band, Korinya features vocals, violin, accordion, drum and upright bass

9pm Naryam Padmanabha

With a musical career spanning 25 years and almost 15 albums, Naryan Padmanabha is continuously refining his sound as an innovative, fusion sitar performer. He has been booked alongside with the likes of Buffalo Philharmonic, String Cheese Incident, Bernie Worrell, Fareed Haque, Garaj Mahal, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Steve Kimock, Andre Manga, Max Creek, Rob Wasserman, Toubab Krewe, The Heavy Pets, Consider the Source, Melvin Seals and JGB, and Family FUNKtion and the Sitar Jams. He has also recorded with the world renowned North Indian Classical vocalists V.J. Kichlu and South Indian percussionist T.S. Nandakumar. He is widely considered the go-to sitarist of Western New York, and continues to please audiences with his ability to bust out world groove beats, chill melodies and slammin’ improv solos!

11pm Juicebox Brass Band

JuiceBox Brass Band was formed mid 2017, under the working title Brass Slam, by some of Toronto's best up and coming young players.

Drawing from broad influences and a shared love of the brass band sound. Influences include Hot 8, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Brass Monkey Brass Band and Toronto's own Heavyweights Brass Band,

Drawing on their influences and the various talents the members bring to the table, Brass Slam is crafting a sound that's familiar and yet all their own.

2am Viper’s Cloud

A charming jazz manouche group led by Nathan Beja on guitar, playing alongside some of Toronto’s most talented young jazz musicians including Jacob Gorzhaltsan on clarinet, Robert Lee on the bass and Mo Mitchell on violin. Transport yourself to Paris in the 20’s…