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Haiti - Culture : Frankétienne, to the 3rd edition of Creole Festival in Toronto
22/07/2012 12:53:12

Haiti - Culture : Frankétienne, to the 3rd edition of Creole Festival in Toronto
Frankétienne, will be in Toronto, for the French Creole Festival in Toronto (Festival Kompa-Zouk Ontario - FKZO), from July 25th to August 6th. On July 26th, Franketienne will feature in a theatrical and musical medley based on the theme "Haiti, at the heart of the 'Chaos-World'". It will be an unforgettable evening as Franketienne, the playwright-actor, poet and writer entertains Toronto audiences. He will be accompanied by the famous Haitian guitarist, Toto Laraque and a percussionist. This evening with Franketienne is just one of several events planned to bring the French Creole culture to Toronto.

Learn more about Frankétienne :
Born April 12, 1936, to Ravine Sèche, communal section Poteneau of the town of Grande Saline, in the Artibonite Department, of his real name "Jean-Pierre Basilic Dantor Franck Étienne d'Argent" (Frankétienne) is the author of over fifty literary works and winner of several prestigious awards including the title of Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters by France in 2010 and nominated seven times for the Nobel Prize for Literature.

The event takes place at the National Film Board of Canada, 150 John Street, starting at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $30.00 each and can be purchased from the FKZO website www.fkzo.ca

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