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Morad Saad Guzman
Morad Saad Guzman, Creative Director for Golden Boy Music has 10+ years experience as a drummer, percussionist and performing artist. Morad is also a self-taught singer, guitarist and full-time TTC Subway Musician featured on Breakfast Television, CBC News, Toronto Star and Rogers TV. He has performed in several rock, Latin and alternative bands, theatre groups and performing arts ensembles across the GTA. Playing djembe and cajon as his main instruments, he facilitates drum circles and workshops for schools, festivals and corporate events.
Normando Jones – Lead Facilitator for Universal Drum Circle
This universal drum circle is one of a kind, open to all ages and all levels from no experience to advance level. Bring your drums and percussion instruments to fun filled event. Bring your drums and other instruments. 10 Drums are available on a first come first serve basis.
NORMANDO JONES is dedicated to music, entertainment and education in a wide range of musical communities.The love of music and the wonderful benefits it provides is what propels Normando. His never ending ambition to bring new and old ideas together to create a musical experience is second to none. Music is the center of life. From a young age we all identify our experiences with a particular song or piece of music. That translates into the need to have the appropriate music to help create a special moment.
This Juno award winner is a master guitarist and composer. He sings in English, Swahili, and Mijikenda (the Nine Tribes from Mombasa on the Kenyan coast). “The Professor”, as he is known in musical circles, is highly respected as a lead guitarist and vocalist. He creates a unique sound that combines traditional acoustic African blues and jazz, spiced with traditional coastal East African rhythms. Adam’s guitar method mirrors the sound of the ancient goatskin stringed instruments of the Mijikenda such as the Bunguu.
Vinizio Diaz – Bio to come…(TTC Subway Musician)
Kevin Cato is an accomplished musician who has been making his mark in the Toronto music scene for over 16 years. Kevin is a versatile saxophonist with a number of accolades including a 2008 GMA nomination and the Elm-Bedford prize for up-and-coming jazz musician. Kevin holds an Honors Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University and has worked with some of the best musicians the city has to offer. Kevin has shared the stage with artists like Mary J. Blige, Men Without Hats and Guido Basso to name a few.
Kevin’s latest self titled project, Cato, is heavily influenced by Kevin’s background in jazz and new age music. Cato’s music is geared towards uplifting audiences with positive motivational content. Prepare yourself to be captivated by a musical force like none other.
Cato is gearing up for a summer 2017 digital release of their debut self titled album. Listeners can expect to be enchanted through instrumentals, vocals and poetry. Cato is the embodiment of Kevin’s experiences and will explore the unique implementation of the saxophone as a texture rather than a lead instrument. Cato is the beginning of what will eventually become a collective of four artists working together to market, produce and perform music. Kevin’s work has been aired on Jazz FM, CIUT, and CBC Radio. Kevin’s world is music, 24/7.