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Soundstreams Encore launch party at Atelier Rosemarie Umetsu

Wed, 02 Nov 2011 22:09:26 -0700 

Rosemarie Umetsu and Diana Di Mauro – Photo by Enzo Di Mauro

 

There are few things I love more than music and fashion, as you may have guessed, so when the fabulously talented and classical music loving designer Rosemarie Umetsu got ahold of me to cover both the reopening of her Atelier on Davenport Road and the launch of Soundstreams Encore, who was I to refuse? I took a video of the evening that features an interview with Rosemarie about her fashion designs, an interview with Soundstreams Founder and Artistic Director Lawrence Cherney about his work and music in Toronto, and a bunch of info about Encore. I think it’s a fun initiative that will help draw younger audiences to more creative musical programming. Percussionist Ryan Scott did a very unique demonstration and had a special surprise for all the guests. A surprise that had me giggling with delight, that’s for sure.

 

Video footage by Enzo Di Mauro

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