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Monday, 17 January 2011

Classical Revolution at Tinto

Been a while since we've posted anything about Tinto Coffee House here, but this event sounds really nice:


Tuesday January 18th 7 PM -- Classical Revolution Toronto: An evening of Classical chamber music!


Violinist Edwin Huizinga recently made Toronto his home from San francisco where he along with his friends and colleagues started the Classical Revolution movement in California.

"We are excited to bring the community together and share the beauty of classical music for all to listen!"
Edwin Huizinga

Edwin Huizinga recently moved from San Francisco where he and some colleagues started a movement called the classical revolution. On Tuesday night, January 18th, at 7 pm Tinto will host an evening of classical music with musicians from around the city who want to take the time to play together and share some beautiful music with the community.


This is not a concert! You can still order your food and drinks while listening to classical music in a relaxed environment. Want to make a comment to the person next to you? You may. It will no be considered a major offence. Want to talk to the musicians between pieces? Still no a major offence. Bring friends, family, strangers. Be welcome.


Tinto Coffee House
Fair Trade - Latin American - Organic
89 Roncesvalles Avenue
Toronto M6R 2K6
Ph/Fx 416-530-5885
www.tinto.ca
tinto@tinto.ca

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