Project Description

Sultans of String

A World of Music – In-Person Performance

Led by violinist Chris McKhool, this thrilling performance presents a sonic tapestry of world music that explores styles, harmonies and melodies from around the globe.  Together with students, the group combines Spanish flamenco, Arabic folk, East Coast fiddling, Cuban rhythms and Gypsy-jazz, in a collaboration that breaks down the barriers that divide us and provides a model for peace.

For information about their Virtual workshop click here!

In-Person Booking Inquiry

Curriculum Connections

Celebrating diversity through music

Exploring and fusing musical styles

Cross Curricular Connections

Equity & Inclusion

Booking Details

School Fee: $829 + HST
Audience: 350
Grades: K-8 (Also available for High Schools)

Language: English, Bilingual
Availability: Limited Year-Round

About Sultans of String

Three-time JUNO Award Nominees and Canadian Folk Music Awards Winners, Sultans of String have been called “the very epitome of world music: no boundaries, no rules”. They have played on BBC TV, Irish National Radio and SiriusXM. From CBC’s Canada Live, to the Birdland Jazz Club in NYC, to Roy Thompson Hall with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, they’ve done it all!

“They are players without borders… world music that transcends place and time with a heavy dose of playfulness added in.”

The Vancouver Province

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