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ZORRAS PERFORM “AFTER GOING OUT”

It’s not often that you meet a dynamic duo who fights crime with their words.   Zorras don’t have guns or badges.  They use verse rather than violence.    Listen to their drum, ingest their words, practice what they preach. … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH ZORRAS

Scottish-Canadian poet Sandra Alland and Belgian-Venezuelan musician Y. Josephine formed the multimedia performance troupe, Zorras, in Edinburgh in 2007. They quickly became known for their unique bilingual mixture of text, sound poetry, percussion, singing, guitar, megaphones and projected images. Zorras inject passion and humour into both … Continue reading

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ZORRAS: WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE

Zorras: We Apologise For Any Inconvenience Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Meeting Sandra Alland and Y. Josephine, Zorras, at Toronto Women’s Bookstore this past weekend was amazing.  Smiles and hugs came at me as I walked in the place.  Laughter … Continue reading

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