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Horvat bringing his Green Keys Tour to city

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Toronto pianist and composer Frank Horvat is on a year-long, cross-Canada tour, and he plans to keep his audiences in the dark.

That means it’s lights out when the "eco-musician" brings his Green Keys Tour to St. Andrew’s River Heights United Church (255 Oak St.) at 7 p.m. on Oct. 4. Admission is freewill donation.

The concert is in support of Horvat’s second CD of original piano compositions, A Little Dark Music, that explores such themes as the environment, poverty and the 9/11 attacks. It will feature Earth Hour, "a 60-minute continuous composition inspired by and performed in the dark."

Horvat’s Winnipeg appearance is one of the 50-plus free concerts he’s performing across the country from March 2010 to 2011 to promote eco-sustainability. At least one concert is planned for each of the 10 provinces.

Partial proceeds from the sale of his CDs will go to WWF-Canada (World Wildlife Fund).

 

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