Artist Action for Education in Palestine

September 8th, 2010 | Posted in Canada, Culture, Palestine, Quebec

solidarity concert for the World Education Forum in Palestine fall 2010


    Friday September 24th 21h 2010
    suggested donation: $10-20
    download PDF poster
    Cabaret Mile-End
    5240 avenue du Parc
    (close to Fairmount)
    Montréal, Québec

featuring performances by

Kalmunity Jazz Project

Kalmunity Jazz Project the Jazz element to the city-wide Kalmunity artist network, featuring multiple horn instruments, drums, percussion, vocals, guitar, bass and additional music. Kalmunity has caught the minds and consciousness of people throughout this city, as a cultural network presenting a groundbreaking cultural space that celebrates social justice and innovative musicality. As a collective of local artists, they are dedicated to promoting and perpetuating the potential of art as a tool for communication and activism for social, political and environmental consciousness. info:

Paul Cargnello

Cargnello is a celebrated Montreal singer-songwriter known for honest lyricism will present a solo performance on the hells of a new album that serves up another measure of conviction & political activism.

Valerie Khayat

Khayat is a performing poet/singer-songwriter with a beautiful songs that reflect a background in communication & philosophy, Khayat first full-length CD is called “Resonance in blue”

Norman Nawrocki

Nawrocki is a Montreal violinist, author and actor who has toured the world since 1986 promoting ‘creative resistance.’ Nawrocki has recorded and released over 50 albums and compilations, both solo and with his bands like Rhythm Activism, Bakunin’s Bum, DaZoque!,The Flaming Perogies, etc. Nawrocki also performs his anti-sexist, anti-homophobic, queer positive ‘sex’ comedy shows across Canada and gives workshops about how to use the arts for social justice. Nawrocki’s last book was ‘Dinner for Dissidents.’ info Norman Nawrocki

Jai Guru

Jai Guru is a band combining reggae rhythms with folk and urban grooves that provide the backdrop for rich vocal harmonies. Their lyrics deal with pressing issues in current affairs challenging the listener to take action against social injustice. Composed of six talented musicians hailing from various known bands (Dobacaracol, Kodiak, Thomas Jensen, Papagroove, Coyote Bill), Jai Guru expresses the richness of their messages through their spell-binding melodies, creating an ambiance that is groovy and intimate. Jai Guru

organized by the Quebec committee for the World Education Forum in Palestine

for more information on the World Education Forum visit

sponsored by
CKUT radio
Cinema Politica
Coalition for Justice & Peace in Palestine (CJPP)

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