Topology and The Kransky Sisters

Topology, Davidson, Robert and The Kransky Sisters (2008) Topology and The Kransky Sisters. New Farm, QLD, Australia, Brisbane Powerhouse.

Author Topology
Davidson, Robert
The Kransky Sisters
Title Topology and The Kransky Sisters
Place of publication New Farm, QLD, Australia
Publisher Brisbane Powerhouse
Publication date 2008-07-11
Total pages 2 Musical performances
Language eng
Subject Live Performance of Creative Work - Music
Formatted Abstract/Summary
2 Performances: Fri 11 - Sat 12 Jul 08

When Topology needed a tuba player for their upcoming concert, they invited Dawn Kransky to play. However, Dawn’s older sisters Mourne and Eve, insist on driving her down from Esk and dropping her off in the Morris. The result?

This comically oddball new music venture. The strangely reclusive Dawn Kransky, who studied at Tafe Toowoomba, will take leave from her job as trolley librarian at the Esk hospital to play with the quintet. Mourne and Eve will be dropping Dawn off along with their collection of home-baked instruments: including an old reed keyboard, musical saw, kitchen pot, toilet brush and…critically, tambourines.

Together the three sisters and Topology will share renditions of many popular songs of the day and demonstrate their musical accomplishments to the delight of all.

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