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Art Takes Action presents AudioVisual artistic programm @ Maison Mercer - from 7pm to 9pm Audio Visual show: live voice & guitar with video projections on the big screens. ART TAKES ACTION & l'Altra Italia created together visuals to the following three songs exclusively for the members:: - VOLARE - QUEL PICCOLO GRANDE AMORE - THANKS TO YOU during the event all guests are invited to request their favorite songs to the Dj live music and Dj by Antonio G. Piretti Toz www.reverbnation.com/Toz check the links to watch videos of previous events @ Maison Mercer: GEORGE FORGIE EXIBITION: - OCT 14: http://youtu.be/lmvhJV1TVkk AUDIO VISUAL PRESENTATION - NOV 14: http://youtu.be/H-PFBvO6QlQ CALLEN SCHAUB - SPIN ART - DEC 14: http://youtu.be/LzMTKUeng5E OCAD STUDENTS EXHIBITION - JAN 15: http://youtu.be/XJ1xAXQjVFU ART TAKES ACTION projects & presentation: http://tinyurl.com/kgbadwk let's take action with ART..Tickets Save
Toz Antonio Piretti
Toz Antonio Piretti
Sounds Like: James Blunt, Paolo Nutini, Damien Rice, David Gray, Tracy Chapman Online
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Manager: Antonio G. Piretti
..following passions.. a step in heaven a step in hell..
..music is to share emotions.. "songs are messages to communicate real experiences and believes"..
TOZ Antonio Piretti is a singer songwriter with Italian roots and an international spirit.
He started his career on the streets of Toront...See Full Bio
“Would you give up a six-figure salary to make nickels and dimes? Antonio Piretti did — and he’s never been happier. The 41 year old man once worked as a business consultant in Bologna, Italy, where he pocketed over $100,000 a year and drove a Porsche. Now, he earns about $15 an hour as a busker outside Toronto’s subways and storefronts. “I asked myself ‘What am I doing? I am not happy, ” he recalled. “I had money, I had cars, I had beautiful clothes. But what is the point?” Piretti had long desired a high-paying job, but felt his life lacked purpose. There was one question that plagued him: “What are you doing here?” He sunk so low he contemplated suicide at one point. But when he thought about it, he decided he had three reasons to live. “The love of a good woman, sports and music,” he said, smiling. Since he had a Canadian girlfriend, liked baseball and had recently taken up the guitar, he quit his job and moved to Toronto in '09. Piretti, who goes by the nick”