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REVISIONIST TORONTO

Music Gallery History Series: History of Bathurst Street Sounds

Music Gallery History Series explores a wealth of musical heritage along this well-known Toronto artery focusing on its West Indian community as a central focus. From vital venues and significant shops to the prominent personalities who have left their mark, History of Bathurst St. Sounds sheds new light on a perennially bustling neighbourhood with a panel discussion, archive exhibition and a parade (yes, in March).


(Image Source: Kathy Grant)

Panel Discussion

Panel discussion hosted by Nana Aba Duncan (CBC) featuring Norman Otis Richmond, Amy Hersenhoren, Frank Francis, and Daniel Roach.


Parade Panelists

Host: Nana Aba Duncan (CBC) featuring Norman Otis Richmond, Amy Hersenhoren, Frank Francis, and Daniel Roach.

Contributors

Photography and video will be taken at this event

Music Gallery History Series: History of Bathurst Street Sounds

24 Mar 2019 –
30 Mar 2019

Exhibition:
The Music Gallery
918 Bathurst St
Toronto, ON

Parade/Reception:

Mar 24
2pm – 5pm

A Different Booklist
779 Bathurst St
Toronto, ON M5S 1Z5

Gallery Hours

10am – 5pm
Daily

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