Monday, March 28, 2011

Machari: Celebrate Spring with a Concert of Georgian Folk Song

Machari concert of Georgian folk song, Heliconian Hall, Toronto, April 2, 2011Poster: Machari Concert April 2, 2011
The Heliconian Hall, Toronto
Credit: Machari
Dear friends of Machari,

This Saturday we are celebrating spring and our first CD Machari 2010 with a concert of Georgian folk song.

Please join us
for great music and a toast to spring, on

April 2, 7:30 pm
at the Heliconian Hall
35 Hazelton Avenue, Toronto, ON
(1 block noth of Yorkville Ave)

for tickets and information phone 416-703-4975
$15 at the door

Our recently released CD Machari 2010 will be available for sale.

For information on Machari, visit

Come celebrate Spring with Machari.

Machari is a ten-member ensemble of Canadian men and women taken with the folk music of the Republic of Georgia. Machari, meaning "new wine" in the Georgian language, is a word that evokes fruitfulness, fermentation and blending, a metaphorical reference to the fomentation of new ideas.

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