Topology and The Kransky Sisters: a musical encounter

Topology, Davidson, Robert and The Kransky Sisters (2011) Topology and The Kransky Sisters: a musical encounter. New Farm, QLD, Australia, Brisbane Powerhouse.

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Author Topology
Davidson, Robert
The Kransky Sisters
Title Topology and The Kransky Sisters: a musical encounter
Place of publication New Farm, QLD, Australia
Publisher Brisbane Powerhouse
Publication date 2011-11-30
Total pages 1 musical concert series
Language eng
Subject Live Performance of Creative Work - Music
Formatted Abstract/Summary
5 Performances: Wed 30 Nov - Sat 3 Dec 2011

Opposites attract in this oddball yet brilliant musical journey.

Brace yourselves as The Kransky Sisters join our favourite contemporary chamber ensemble, Topology, in a twisted musical encounter.

Who would have imagined that when Topology’s bass player, Robert Davidson fell of his bicycle while cycling through Esk in rural Queensland, he would have landed in a ditch right outside The Kransky Sisters’ house!

A haul out with a crocheted blanket, and a lamington later, Robert found himself in a duet with tuba player Dawn Kransky!

Prepare yourself for a show to remember, as Topology and The Kransky Sisters all join together for a night of comical musical mayhem.

The two ensembles fight for centre stage, until they “accidentally” join together to perform a “spontaneously” selected mix of familiar tunes which have been given very special treatment.

Duration 90mins, no interval
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