Details of this not to be missed show below:
“At the crossroads of sexuality, race, gender, politics, and art, we find the creative resistance of Brazilian artist Bruno Capinan. An intimate first offering of new music and video that explore the impacts of embodying a marginalized identity in a country in the throes of a right wing populist wave.
At a moment of redefinition for the queer community in Brazil, Uma Nota Culture responds by presenting real real, an intimate evening of new music and video from Brazilian/Canadian artist Bruno Capinan.
Bruno Capinan: vocals & guitar
João Leão: synth & guitar
Tanya Charles: violin
Mariel Gonzalez: cello
Alyssa Delbaere-Sawchuk: viola
3 Show Progress Pass: $60
*Followed by the Uma Nota/Progress Closing Weekend Party (free)
Curated and presented by Uma Nota Culture as part of Progress, an international festival of performance and ideas. Progress is collectively curated and presented by a rotating series of Canadian organizations, operating within a contemporary performance context. The fourth edition of the Festival is curated by FADO Performance Art Centre, Festival of Recorded Movement, SummerWorks Performance Festival, Native Earth Performing Arts, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, the red light district, The Theatre Centre, Uma Nota Culture and Why Not Theatre.
www.progressfestival.org | #progressTO”