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Now celebrating its 10th year, Leftover Daylight has been a weekly presentation of live, creative music since 2003.
Events were taking place every Friday night at Somewhere There in Toronto until January 2013 when Somewhere There was forced to close it's doors. As ST searches for a new home, LoD is taking a brief pause...
...BUT! we have an anniversary to celebrate! our 10th, to be precise. and so...
The Leftover Daylight 10th Anniversary Celebration
17 November, 2013
Array Space (155 Walnut Avenue, Toronto)
Somewhere There presents... a night of creative music in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Leftover Daylight Series.
w/ Chris Adriaanse, Ken Aldcroft, Victor Bateman, Tania Gill, Emilio Guim, Jay Hay, Pete Johnston, Keegan Lutek, Paul Newman, Karen Ng, Rob Piilonen, Tom Richards, Raphael Roter, Heather Segger, Mark Segger, Joe Sorbara, and others
The first set, 7pm, will be a series of small ensembles pulled from a hat (in tribute to Myk Freedman).
The second set, at 9pm, will feature performances of John Zorn's famous game piece, COBRA.
The Leftover Daylight Series was started in November 2003 by Ken Aldcroft and Joe Sorbara. It began as a bi-weekly creative music series presented at the Array Space, then on Atlantic Avenue in Liberty Village. The series soon became a weekly event featuring creative musicians from all over Toronto as well as many of our travelling colleagues from far and wide. Throughout it's ten year history, LoD has relied heavily of the donated time and energy so many supportive friends. It has been run by Ken Aldcroft, Colin Anthony, Rob Clutton, Colin Fischer, Nick Fraser, Geordie Haley, Rob Piilonen, Nicole Rampersaud, Heather Segger, Mark Segger, Joe Sorbara, and Scott Thomson with the help of a long list of guest curators, performers, and friendly experiencers too numerous to mention.
Please come out and help us celebrate!