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Song Making with Natalie Fasheh

Sound and song is a collaborative, practical, and joyous music making session, aiming to build community, while exploring sound and song. Throughout the workshop, community members will improvise, explore, and combine their creative ideas, as well as global topics, by creating a simple song. This music making approach aims to show the wonderful relationship between community and music, between ourselves and our surroundings.

Natalie Fasheh is a Palestinian-Jordanian emerging singer, teaching artist, choral arranger, choral conductor, and poet. She is passionate about celebrating both the diversity and common threads of humanity through community music. Natalie has co-launched Mosaic Music Collective, a project inviting newcomers and long-standing residents to connect by sharing music from around the world. She facilitates empowering music-making atmospheres with diverse communities, and has been a guest artist with various choirs. Natalie’s poetry reflects her explorations as an immigrant in Canada, with themes of home, connection to nature, and the spirit of humanity. Natalie has spoken her poetry as a featured artist at choral concerts, and also shares it in protests and rallies. She is excited to take part in Voices of Today!

Thank you to our funders, the Toronto Arts Council and the Ontario Arts Council for making Voices of Today possible.