October 12, 2016
Some of the best combinations are the most unexpected. Take bacon and peanut butter. Mango and chili. Kimchi and... haggis?
At the end of October, come check out the unique musical combination of Kimchi Haggis—a sonic union between a Scottish bagpipe player (Joe MacDonald) and a Korean sitar player (Andrew Kim, formerly of Delhi 2 Dublin). Fusing Scottish traditional music with Indian sitar, African kalimba, guitar, electronic beats and instruments from around the world, they demonstrate that music knows no boundaries.
Join us either in Vancouver or in New Westminster:
Admission is free! No registration necessary, but do come early as this is a popular program. Each 45-minute workshop takes place twice, at 11am and 1pm. All ages are welcome!
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