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Echo Mazur is a classically trained multi-instrumentalist from small town Saskatchewan but a gypsy at heart. Her love of travel has led to performances across North America, into Europe, and as far afield as Bali, Indonesia. Since completing a Master’s in Clarinet Performance and the Toronto Orchestral Training Program, Echo has played with the Saskatoon, Regina and Jersey Symphony Orchestras and has toured with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Orchestra. She has tripled on clarinet, sax and flute in pit orchestras, worked as a rehearsal pianist for Opera Saskatchewan and many musical productions, and accompanied innumerable soloists, groups and choirs. But Echo’s real passion is World Music and Dance. Lessons in ballet, modern, African and Flamenco led to joining a Ukrainian dance troupe and then “Les Sortilèges”, a professional folk dance company in Montréal. Some of her more exotic instruments include the Balinese gender (12-keyed metalophone) and African kora (21-sting harp lute). These can be heard in her compositions and recordings including “Bloom – Living Mandalas”, a multi-media mandala meditation. Other credits include the soundtracks for “Exploring Ancient Egypt” at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and the NFB documentary film “A Year at Sherbrooke”

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