Project Description

KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra

Together! A Global Music Experience – In-Person Performance 

Created through the Royal Conservatory of Music as a celebration of Canada’s cultural diversity and pluralism, Kuné showcases their traditional knowledge of music from Latin America, Africa and the African Diaspora, the Middle East, Asia and North America. Students will have the opportunity to see and hear the sounds of the Sitar, the Oud, the Cajon, the Dizi, the Ngoni and many more.

Songs and Rhythms from Around the Globe -In-Person Workshop 

In this workshop, students will experience songs from around the world, including Greece, Pakistan, Iran, Brazil and Peru. Using voices, body percussion and instruments, students will learn from each other’s traditions and explore how we compose and play together in our global ensemble.

In-Person Booking Inquiry

For information about their Virtual workshop click here!

Curriculum Connections

Cross Curricular Connection

Equity & Inclusion

Experiential Learning

Booking Details

School Fee: $915.00 + HST
Audience Size: 350
Grades: K-12

Workshop Fee: $488.00 + HST
Audience Size: 40
Grades: K-12

Language: English
Availability: Limited Year-Round

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About KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra

KUNÉ – Canada’s Global Orchestra – was developed from a major initiative by The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto to explore and celebrate Canada’s cultural diversity and pluralism. The ensemble seeks to communicate in ways that words, politicians, and spiritual leaders cannot, and help to find a common language through music. The musicians hail from all corners of the globe—from Peru, Burkina Faso, Cuba, Ukraine, and beyond—and play instruments as diverse as they are, from the tar of Iran to the bouzouki of Greece to the sitar of Pakistan. 

KUNÉ (which means “together” in Esperanto) released their debut Album on Universal Music Canada in April 2018 and will embark on their first US tour in the 19-20 Season.