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Array Music
60 Atlantic Ave., STE. 218
M6K 1X9 Canasa toronto
tel(416) 532-3019
e-mail
webhttp://www.arraymusic.com/
Home of the Array Music Chamber Ensemble. The space is for rent (very modestly priced (about $7.50 USD per hour))
Math Club, The
@mitzi's Sister - 1554 Queen St West
toronto
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hi, just letting you know that the math club is an occasional event. The series is currently looking for a new venue in toronto. more to come...michael keith
Music Gallery, The
197 John Street
ON
M5T 1X6 Canada toronto
tel416.204.1080
e-mail
webhttp://www.musicgallery.org/
According to my sources, this is the most important organization in Ontario dedicated to experimental music.
New Adventures In Sound Art
601 Christie Street, Studio #252
M6G 4C7 toronto
tel416-652-5115
e-mail
webhttp://www.naisa.ca/
New Adventures in Sound Art is the only organization in Southern Ontario that devotes its year-round programming to experimental sound art and its many varied forms and cross-disciplinary spin offs.
New Music Concerts
03 - 157 Carlton St.
ON
M5A 2K3 Canada toronto
tel416 961-9594
e-mail
webhttp://www.newmusicconcerts.com
New Works Studio
319 Spadina Ave, Upper
M5T 2E9 toronto
tel416 823 6460
e-mail
This is my painting studio, downtown location, fits 30. Small pa system, pretty easy going. This is one of my contributions to the Toronto Improv Scene.





mike
Somewhere There
227 Sterling Rd, entrance off of Bloor at Ruttan St.
toronto
webwww.somewherethere.org
Somewhere There is a venue for creative music in Toronto. The programming features the diverse membership of the Association of Improvising Musicians Toronto (AIMToronto) as well as our creative-musician friends and colleagues from other places.

Wednesdays (8pm), Thursdays (8pm) and Sundays (5pm) feature musicians who, as part of a two-month residency, play weekly on one of these nights. Tuesdays and Saturdays are often booked for single-night presentations. Fridays (8pm) feature the Leftover Daylight Series, every other Sunday (8pm) features the NOW Series, and every other Monday (8pm) features the Panic Density Series.

The 2010-2011 residency program at Somewhere There is being supported by the Toronto Arts Council. Thanks for supporting informal creative music.
The Leftover Daylight Series
Suite 218, 60 Atlantic Ave
toronto
e-mail
webhttp://www.joesorbara.com/leftoverdaylight.htm
the Leftover Daylight series is a bi-weekly improvised music series held in the Arraymusic studio in Toronto.





3 ensembles play on each bill: usually an improvised set, an established band or grouping, and a large ensemble.
now a weekly series - live creative music every friday night!
The Music Gallery
197 John Street
M5T 1X6 toronto
tel416-204-1080
e-mail
webhttp://www.musicgallery.org/
The Music Gallery is a centre for promoting and presenting innovation and experimentation in all forms of music, and for encouraging cross-pollination between genres, disciplines and audience.