You’re invited to the 3rd installment of a dinner, conversation, and live music series in my loft called Eating Music. Each salon starts with a meal of organic, local, and humanely raised foods from the farmers’ market and West End Food Co-op. Over dinner, we’ll talk about an aspect of our relationship with music. The conversations are research for my book “Eating Music.” Then we’ll have a set of live music from one of my favorite Toronto acts.
This Sunday features traditional Kurdish & Iranian music with Shahriyar Jamshidi, who sings and plays the Kamanche spiked fiddle.