Jaye Marsh and Andy Morris

Jaye Marsh and Andy Morris are the dynamic flute and percussion core of Aphrodite Unbound, an eclectic ensemble performing classical works alongside their own music, planned and improvised soundscapes that marry ancient beats and modern classical sounds through a lens of looping and effects pedals with a dash of pop covers. Think Dead Can Dance meets James Galway with a side of Björk. Spanning all instrumental genres, they entrance and enthral with a mix of percussion, flute, electronics, theatrics, and an array of guest artists from piano, to harp, to bassoon. Classical music audiences will feel equally at home as fans of eclectic ethereal moods.

Marsh’s debut album ‘Flute in the Wild’ was the catalyst for this new adventure for the duo. The album has been featured on CBC, ICI Musique, and internationally on radio stations throughout the USA and the UK. Recently they were invited to perform in Chicago for the largest flute convention in the world in August 2022 and will be performing at SolsticeFest UK in 2024. Marsh is the principal flutist of the Peterborough Symphony (Ontario) and an active orchestral freelancer and recitalist in Canada. 

Morris is a busy freelancing percussionist who has performed with the likes of Aretha Franklin, Andrea Bocelli and Frank Sinatra Jr. and has toured Canada, Europe and Asia with John Wyre’s heartbeat Ensemble, Patricia O’Callaghan and his award-winning trio Zebra Schvungk.



Previous events



A unique immersive concert experience that combines healing applications of sound and vibration and professional music performances in a mini-retreat at the Toronto Botanical Gardens, Toronto’s oasis in the city!

A three-hour gift to your mind and body featuring award-winning improvising cellist Keely Mackey from New Mexico and Toronto’s own Aphrodite Unbound, an eclectic flute and percussion duo performing classical works alongside their own planned and improvised soundscapes that marry ancient beats and modern classical sounds.

Immersive activities include accessible chair-yoga to improvised cello, gong sound baths with Kenneth Little of Resonant Traditions, and a mini-labyrinth walk to improvised soundscapes by the musicians together.

The event ends with a short workshop on how to take some of the experiences and recreate them at home by a faculty member of Music Care, an organization that teaches the intentional use of music for health and well being in both personal and health care settings.