Welcome

Silence is dedicated to presenting sounds and musical practices that are diverse, challenging, sustainable and accessible through concerts, workshops and improvisation sessions. Silence serves as an incubator for practitioners and listeners alike.

Silence is unbiased in regard to genre, culture, class, and tradition; we foster risk-taking, innovation and experimentation in all forms of music and sound, as well as other artistic expressions presented in the space.

Silence is and will remain a fully accessible space.

 


Silence Holiday Market

December 15, 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM

Join us for another joyous Holiday Market at Silence!!
Details will be announced!

If you’re interested in applying as a vendor this year please contact info@silencesounds.ca or follow this link to submit an application: Vendor Application

 

 

 

 


IN THE NEWS!


October 24, 2018
Silence presents contemporary ‘east/west’ world jazz ensemble Justin Gray & Synthesis

Read more here.


Upcoming Music Highlights  

Silence Presents: Joe Bass wsg Anthony Damiao

December 14, 7:30 PM – 11:00 PM

Joe Bass

Modern folk tales, rootsy genre-bending anthems, and just a dash of small-town nostalgia, Joe Bass offers an adventurous spin on alternative-folk music. Based out of Toronto and Waterloo, the trio combines mandolin, guitar, bass banjo, and a lonesome kick-drum with thoughtfully arranged harmonies, forging a sound that’s surprisingly rich for an instrumentation that’s stripped-down. Their lighthearted stage show and tight-knitted musicianship make their performances equal parts unhinged dance party, camaraderie-inducing group hug, and elaborate listening experience. Fresh off of their first tour to Canada’s east-coast, the 3-piece is currently getting set to release its sophomore EP.

Joe Bass is:

Eric Marcotte – Mandolin, vocals
Garrett Stratford – Acoustic guitar, lead vocals
Sandy James – Bass Banjo, Kickdrum/tambourine, vocals

*Update*

Unfortunately, Doris Folkens has had to cancel her appearance. Instead, Anthony Damiao will be opening for Joe Bass.

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