MusiCamp is a Toronto studio that offers ethnomusicologically inspired workshops, events, performances and camps for children and adults.
Our summer day camps for kids 8-14, build on your child’s intuition, challenge and channel their creativity, and offer a complementary alternative to conventional music lessons. Click here to learn more.
Some of the events we have hosted or in which we participated include the exciting fundraiser Eggplant Stew, the Youth Stage at the Dundas West Festival, the family interactive cultural music events at Union Station, and performances with the likes of Night of Dread (Clay and Paper Theatre), the Body Percussion Festival or Young Voices of Toronto (formerly High Park Children’s Choir).
Our most celebrated workshop has exposed enthusiast and professional singers/composers/musicians to the haunting visceral harmonies of Georgian polyphony, a UNESCO proclaimed intangible heritage of humanity. Click here to learn more.
What you’re hearing now is a live performance and end of an interview on Radio1 with the Trio From Canada at the 8th International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony, in Tbilisi Georgia, September 2016.