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Omar Lunan

Toronto born singer-songwriter, Omar Lunan, show layers of depth and an instantly memorable voice that exhibits surprising range in R&B, traditional reggae and even dancehall. By the time he was a teenager, the crooner joined a group that toured across Canada with acts such as Usher, 50 Cent, Foxy Brown, Ginuwine, 98 Degrees, and Canadian talent Kardinal Offishall, Glenn Lewis, Shawn Desman and Massari. After more than ten years, two Juno nominations, a Canadian Urban Music award, three compilations and an album, Debt, Sweat and Tears, Omar went solo and is currently recording projects with one of the city’s most requested live music bands, The Recipee, with an anticipated release in Fall, 2016.

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Joshua Scribe Watkis

A lifetime immersed in the performing arts has made Joshua “Scribe” Watkis entirely devoted to the gift of storytelling. Through Spoken Word Poetry and Hip-Hop, he has taken thousands into

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Nicholas Tull

Dancer- Choreographer- Teacher-Actor-writer Nick has been dancing since age 7, and has remained passionate and inspired from the very beginning. He has trained in Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop Modern ,

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Edz Gyamfi

Edmund “Edz” Gyamfi (born, 1986), better known by his stage name Edz Gyamfi, is a Ghanaian-Canadian dance choreographer from Ottawa, Ontario Canada. Born in Kumasi, Ghana Edz was exposed to dance and various

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Mel Hart

Melissa Hart is a vibrant, established dance artist from Toronto. With a Bachelor in Fine Arts Degree specializing in Dance from York University, Melissa co-founded SaMel Tanz dance collective with

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Cristal Buemi

Cristal Buemi is a Puerto Rican Canadian multimedia artist (animation and design), who has been bringing objects to life for over 10 years.  With a focus on using natural and

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Omar Lunan

Toronto born singer-songwriter, Omar Lunan, show layers of depth and an instantly memorable voice that exhibits surprising range in R&B, traditional reggae and even dancehall. By the time he was a teenager,

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