Aga Khan Museum welcomes music of the world

Toronto’s new museum of Islamic culture opened its music program with a roster of performers representing many of the religions and cultures found in Toronto.

The inaugural concert at the Aga Khan Museum was led by a Jewish musician, though David Buchbinder sees nothing unusual about that.

“It’s noteworthy in that it is not important at all,” says the trumpeter and artistic director of the multidisciplinary concert. “It shows they are dedicated to diversity not as a catchphrase but in practice.”

The centre’s mission is to promote mutual understanding and tolerance.

Aga Khan Museum welcomes music of the world

Adopted from http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/music

via http://seven7waves.wordpress.com/2014/09/17/new-aga-khan-museum-in-toronto-bellydance-workshops-and-more/

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