Sounds Like: Zap Mama, Tracey Chapman, Sade, Chaka Khan, Sistah Jahia officiel
Never before has there been an artist quite like Gambirra. With her roots deep in
Yolngu country of Australia's Arnhem Land. NSW based songstress is a close relation to other well known Yolngu performers, artists and painters i.e. Yothu Yindi, Djalu, and Gurrumul Yunupingu.
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Sydney World Music Chamber Orchestra’s ‘three sides of love and death’ The ‘three sides of love and death’ will explore the universal themes of unconditional love and rites of passage through the stories and sacred music practices of culturally, linguistically and religiously diverse artists who make up the Orchestra. 14 piece Orchestra features: Asim Gorashi (Sudan) Sufi rituals through the use of the voice, violin, whistling and oud Yaw Derkyi (Ghana) exploring Ghanaian animist rituals and percussion Shohrat Tursun (East Turkistan) recognised master in 1,000 year old song cycles using voice and dutar Mustafa Karami (Iraqi Kurd) sharing ancient Kurdish rituals and using the ney, duff, voice and our Bukhu Ganburged – Mongolian bard showcasing the ancient art of throat singing and horse fiddle Victor Vales – Mexican baroque harp Ngoc Tuan Hoang – Vietnamese classical guitar Nicholas Ng – Urhu (Chinese violin) and pipa Gambirra Illume–Indigenous vocalist and ceremony Mark Szeto – Double Bass Richard Petkovic – Music director and cross cultural music facilitator on harmonium and guitar Using a collaborative process of experimentation and cultural exchange of experiences within diverse faith practices, this sacred symphony transcends the normative boundaries of culture and faith, producing an original new work and cultural entity that has appeal across communities and audiences. Riverside Theatres Parramatta – Church St Parramatta 2124
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