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Aurora Cultural Centre Presents

Julian Taylor

Supported by: Tania Joy

NC Aurora Armoury
89 Mosley Street, Aurora

6:45 pm Doors Open
7:30 pm Show Start

Mystery Revealed!

The Aurora Cultural Centre Voices of the World Series is proud to present 2024 Juno Prize nominee Julian Taylor on Saturday, April 27th at 7:30 pm.

A Toronto-based, award-winning singer-songwriter, radio host and label owner, Julian Taylor is a rising star in the Canadian folk scene. With a soulful voice and captivating stage presence, his unique blend of blues, roots, and folk music has earned him a growing fanbase and critical acclaim. Over the course of his esteemed career as the leader of Staggered Crossing, Julian Taylor Band, and his solo work, he’s established himself as one of Canada’s greatest troubadours. 

Julian Taylor has amassed three Juno Award nominations, a pair of Canadian Folk Music Awards for Solo Artist and English Songwriter of the Year, five Native American Music Award nominations, plus a nomination for Canada’s most prestigious music accolade, the Polaris Music Prize. 

Folk-roots musician Tania Joy has been using the last few years hone her songwriting, following up her EP, I’ll Be Around, with the release of her EP I Will Stand. Her stories, so far, have been about relationships, in all their complicated forms. In 2020, Tania found herself taking on a more complex narrative as the world around her shifted, bringing increased and global attention to Black Lives Matter. With mentorship from Hillside’s Girl with Guitars program, Tania wrote her first protest song, Planks and Marietta, which was released on Bandcamp during Black History month with all proceeds from downloads being directed to Black Lives Matter.

Tania Joy is the Executive/Artistic Director of the Springtide Music Festival in Uxbridge, Ontario.

This presentation is made possible with the support of




The Aurora Cultural Centre participates in the Access 2 Program and supports removing the barriers to arts access for patrons with disabilities and their support persons.  To purchase tickets using an Access 2 card, please contact the Box Office at (905) 713-1818 or email info@auroraculturalcentre.ca

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