Ladom Ensemble combines piano, cello, accordion, and percussion in a unique blend of acoustic chamber and world music that is passionate, sophisticated, and wild. Their all-original repertoire incorporates inspirations from Argentinean tango, Serbian folk and dance traditions, Persian classical repertoire, as well as music from the Classical (Bach, Prokofiev), and progressive rock worlds (Radiohead). Ladom doesn’t pretend to represent any one tradition, but rather expresses an authentically Canadian fusion.
This concert is designed to be autism- and neurodiversity-friendly, and Meridian Hall is a wheelchair accessible venue. Bring the whole family! Xenia Concerts welcomes all listeners.
Do you have a suggestion for how we can make our events more welcoming and accessible? Write to the Xenia Concerts team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 647-896-8295.
Special thanks to our partners and supporters: TO Live, Hand Over Hand, The Canada Council for the Arts, The Ontario Arts Council, The Toronto Arts Council, The Government of Canada, a donation in honour of the R.S. Williams & Sons Company Ltd., and our donors.
This dementia-friendly online concert will be broadcast live from Meridian Hall over Zoom, so you can listen however you’re most comfortable, interact with one another, and ask questions in the chat.
Do you have a suggestion for how we can make our events more welcoming and accessible? Write to Executive and Artistic Director Rory McLeod at email@example.com or call us at 416-927-1555.