Shab-e She’r (Poetry Night) Nowruz 2019 Celebration
Toronto’s most diverse & brave poetry reading and open mic series.
Featured poets: Jade Wallace & Stedmond Pardy
Featured Musicians: Padideh Ahrarnejad & Ali Massoudi
Time: Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Place: Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2M7
Doors open: 6:15 p.m.
Open-mic sign-up: 6:30 p.m.
Show: 7-10 p.m.
Jade Wallace poet, fiction writer, essayist, published internationally, chapbook: Rituals of Parsing, forthcoming collaborative chapbook, Test Centre, member of the band The Leafy Greens.
Stedmond Pardy self-educated left-handed poet, performances on the radio and on stages in Toronto, Montreal, and Washington State, working on his first full length volume of poetry.
Padideh Ahrarnejad musician, arranger, composer, and educator, member of Kuné, Canada's Global Orchestra, album released by Universal Music Canada, teacher of Tar and Setar.
Ali Massoudi percussionist with Tehran Symphony Orchestra and traditional ensembles, author of training books for Tonbak, Daf and Udu, leader of Navaye Kimia ensemble.
Tranzac Club is an accessible venue with no stairs (aside from the stage) and they have two accessible gender neutral washrooms.
Twitter: @BanooZan & @ShabeSherTO
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