Family Day Weekend: TD Pop-Up Performances

Special Event

Family Day Weekend: TD Pop-Up Performances

Date: Saturday, February 17–Monday, February 19, 2024
Price: FREE

Enjoy free performances by local artists in the Atrium, presented by TD Bank Group.


Saturday | Dhaivat Jani and Jonathan Kay
Sunday | Dhaivat Jani and Andrew Kay
Monday | Dhaivat Jani and Jonathan Kay


Learn more about the performers below. 


Andrew Kay



Andrew Kay is an acclaimed musician and composer from Toronto, Canada. Kay writes and performs music ranging from Indo-Jazz, World Music, and Indian Classical Raga Music to Contemporary Jazz and contemporary Improvisations. He is among one of the first musicians in the world to perform Indian Classical music on the Alto Saxophone after spending more than a decade living and studying in the traditional Guru-Shishya parampara system with his Guru in Kolkata, India. He has also pioneered a unique set of tuned Himalayan Singing Bowls that he performs with, as well as using tuning forks, various woodwinds, and hand percussion. He is a seasoned performer with dozens of feature concerts around the globe with world-renowned maestros and is the co-leader of many creative musical projects.


Learn more about Andrew Kay
Follow Andrew Kay on Instagram
Watch Andrew Kay on YouTube


Dhaivat Jani



Dhaivat Jani is a Toronto-based award-winning Composer, Drummer and tabla Player. Originally from Ahmedabad, India, Dhaivat released his debut album “Sum // Parts” with his group Dhaivat Jani PLUS in 2023. Apart from leading his bands, Dhaivat also performs as a sideman for multiple artists across various genres. His vision is to push the creative boundaries by interweaving across various art forms keeping music at its core.

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Jonathan Kay


Canadian musician Jonathan Kay is known for his cross-cultural expertise in music. He studied North Indian Raga and Japanese shakuhachi music in Kolkata and Kyoto respectively. He's innovated a customized saxophone for Raga music, called the shrutiphone, and has performed with Indian maestros globally. Leading ensembles like Monsoon and Kayos Theory, he's also collaborated with renowned jazz musicians. Currently pursuing a PhD in transcultural music philosophy, his research explores the role of posthuman musicians in sound rituals, drawing from Eastern-Western philosophical models. He refines his composition skills under mentor William Allaudin Mathieu, integrating musical experiences with philosophical studies.



Special Event
Family Day Weekend in Partnership with the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto

February 17–19, 2024

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