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Kalkadunga Man  : The Song Company and William Barton

Event

Kalkadunga Man : The Song Company and William Barton

  • Date: Saturday, 30 July 2011, 7.30pm
  • Venue: Pinctada Kimberley Grande Kununurra — Kununurra, WA
  • Tickets: Adults: $30/$25

Event Details

An absorbing sonic and visual experience of the Australian night and day as seen through the eyes of William Barton. A celebrated musician who has elevated the didgeridoo to the world’s concert stages, William delves into his own roots in the country around Mt Isa where he grew up. A soul-searching visit to the Kalkadunga people in July 2008 was accompanied by acclaimed photographer Allan Chawner and became the starting point for this project. The ensuing collaboration with Roland Peelman and the Song Company has created a program with some of the most evocative vocal music written in Australia combined with the visceral sounds of the ‘didg’.

Tickets from Kununurra Tourist Bureau; Pinctada Kimberley Grande

Featured non-Australian music: Bernard de Cluni, Apollinis eclipsatur (13th Cent) Guillaume Dufay, Conditor alme siderum (15th Cent)

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (08) 9228 3711 or by email to info@tura.com.au

Featured Australian Works

Bloodwood by Rosalind Page
— performed by Song Company
Dawn mantras : vocal ensemble (2008) by Ross Edwards
— performed by Song Company
Out there : vocal ensemble (2008) by Daniel Walker
— performed by Song Company
Past life melodies : vocal ensemble (1991) by Sarah Hopkins
— performed by Song Company
Southern Cross chants : for 6 or more voices (2004) by Ross Edwards
— performed by Song Company
 Kalkdunga Yurdu I and II Suites of stories, chants and improvisations by William Barton & The Song Company

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