Rose Theatre Brampton

Really Big World performs at the Rose Theatre Brampton 

November 16th, at 8 pm 

Really Big World - Rose Theatre Brampton

Flato Markham Theatre

Flato Markham Theatre

RBW St. Michael's Performance

RBW St. Michael's Performance

July 4-5, 2017 AT 8PM

Really Big World takes the stage at St. Michael's College School Performing Arts Centre

in/future festival

in/future festival

Really Big World's (7Sould's) performance at the in/future Festival at Ontario Place

September 21, 2016 at 8PM

Small World Music Stage presented by Exodus Travels

What is the Cultural Mosaic of Toronto?

What is the Cultural Mosaic of Toronto?

 
 

7Sould (Really Big World) Interview on What She Said, starting at 44:03 min

If you had to explain the sounds of “The 6ix” to the rest of the world in just 10 songs, playing Really Big World's (formerly 7Sould) music would be the way. HOME TO YOU, Really Big World's (formerly 7Sould) debut album, released in late July, is currently tracking in the top 10 on the charts across Canada. While the album has a single thread with a specific sound from start to finish, each track presents many different styles within.

“I can only think of a handful of cities in the world that come to mind just from hearing a song. Toronto is one of them,” says Really Big World (formerly 7Sould) Musical Director and Producer Joaquin Hidalgo. “The eclectic mix of cultural sounds on HOME TO YOU will have you feeling Toronto the whole time.” 

As a unique musical project, Really Big World (formerly 7Sould) truly reflects the identity and cultural mosaic of Toronto. Merging history, heritage and modern sounds in a way that has never been heard before, the 12 musicians all come from different parts of the world. They represent a wide array of cultural backgrounds and fuse heritage to create a sound and experience that is decidedly different. With roots in Cuba, Jamaica, Korea, Philippines, India, Poland, Armenia and Quebec, the eclectic ensemble is heavily influenced by jazz, rock, funk, Latin and modern pop music.

Led by co-founders Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo (drums-percussion) and Mark Daniels (congas, percussion and Executive Producer), Mr. Hidalgo’s percussion work has earned him numerous awards and accolades, most notably in the 2008 Mirvish Production of the North American theatrical premiere of Dirty Dancing as well as performing on the official Dirty Dancing soundtrack. He has worked with such renowned artists as the Canadian Tenors and David Foster. Mr. Daniel’s love of music from a young age has led him to play with a variety of esteemed musicians and bands.

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Beaches International Jazz Festival

Beaches International Jazz Festival

THEY CAME. THEY PLAYED. THEY CONQUERED.

Really Big World's (formerly 7Sould) debut performance of Underneath at the Beaches Jazz Festival July 15, 2016

IT WAS A NIGHT TO REMEMBER!
EXHILARATING, VIBRANT, BREATHTAKING... MESMERIZING!

Big City Small World

Big City Small World

CBC Radio One Interview with Errol Nazareth on Big City Small World

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Errol Nazareth, Host of Big City, Small World, interviews Really Big World's (formerly 7Sould) Co-Founders Mark Daniel's and Joaquin Hidalgo discussing their upcoming performance at the Beaches International Jazz Festival, July 15th, 2016 and their release of 7Sould's debut album - Home To You on July 21st.

Find out how the multicultural group came together and what inspires their music. 

 Joaquin Nunez, Errol Nazareth, Mark Daniels at the CBC Big CIty Small World interview with Really Big World (formerly 7Sould)

Joaquin Nunez, Errol Nazareth, Mark Daniels at the CBC Big CIty Small World interview with Really Big World (formerly 7Sould)

Roy Thomson Hall - Back Fort Mac

Roy Thomson Hall - Back Fort Mac

BACK FORT MAC Benefit Concert

Roy Thomson Hall, June 27, 2016

Really Big World, (formerly 7Sould) performs at Roy Thomson Hall in support of the citizens of Fort McMurray after the devastating forest fires in Northern Alberta.