Karina Es performs at the second annual United We Rock Concert

Karina Es

Karina Es performs at the second annual United We Rock concert on June 4th, 1pm to 7pm at Dundas Square. This year features dance pop artist, Karina Es who is Canadian/Armenian. The Armenian community initiated the event United We Rock and it was created to bring awareness to Armenia's past genocide with a current focus on the genocide in Sudan and the risk of genocide in Kenya.

United We Rock! The Concert for Human Rights is a free-to-attend concert and exhibition at Toronto's busy Yonge & Dundas Square. Featuring independent musicians from Toronto and abroad, as well as the involvement of numerous Canadian Human Rights interest groups, the concert aims to unite Canadians in the goal of global respect for Human Rights. Specifically, four categories of Human Rights violations are brought to the forefront: Genocide, war crimes, racism, and the restriction of the freedom of expression. Partnering and participating human rights interest groups inform the public about the issues and show us how we may make a difference today.

Other artists featured at the event are:
Saidah Baba Taliba (daughter of Salome Bey)
Armen at the Bazaar
Obie
Graydon James & The Young Novelists

Media Inquiries Contact:
Peter Linseman
Music Mentor Productions
musicmentor@rogers.com