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918 Bathurst Partners With The Music Gallery for X AVANT XII: RESISTANCE

 The Music Gallery, Toronto’s Centre for Creative Music, presents the twelfth edition of the internationally acclaimed X Avant New Music Festival from October 11 to 15, 2017. The theme of this year’s X Avant Festival is Resistance.

We celebrate a new partnership with 918 Bathurst Centre For Culture, Arts, Media and Education by staging four of our five concerts at their beautiful facility.

Why a festival about resistance? Let’s face it, things have gotten dangerously weird during the Donald Trump presidency. However, he’s just one manifestation of greater crises of toxic political discourse, environmental harm and social injustice. Over the past few years, The Music Gallery has seen more and more artists address these issues, from expressions of silent protest to lacerating, high-volume critiques.

This festival explores what resistance in music sounds like today. How do artists resist oppressive, anti-democratic tactics which compromise their ability to make and distribute art? How do we preserve and enhance true dialogue and equity between cultures? What lessons can we take from history to fortify ourselves for the future? What needs to change? How do we ensure these activities aren’t instantly commodified? It seems harder than ever to take collective action, and there are more questions than answers. However, X Avant always delivers unforgettable experiences which make the audience feel like they’re part of something mutually meaningful.

 

More information including tickets can be found HERE

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