(meaning “together” in Esperanto) is a Global Orchestra developed by
The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. They explore and celebrate the cultural diversity and pluralism of our northern neighbor. The thirteen virtuoso musicians hail from around the globe and play instruments as diverse as they are, from the tar of Iran to the bouzouki of Greece to the sitar of Pakistan. KUNÉ, which means “together” in Esperanto, shares each musician’s cultural and musical traditions to create a band that looks and sounds like Canada today. The members of KUNÉ have formed a sound that is at once global and uniquely local. They illustrate what’s possible when we listen to each other and play together.
Tickets: $36, $32 for Seniors and Students.
KU Faculty, Staff and Students access discounted tickets by using their MyKU Login
KU Faculty and Staff: $32; KU Students: $10
Join the musicians for a Multicultural Dinner on Monday, November 11 in McFarland Student Union Room 218. Tickets sold separately.