Takadimi: Topology with William Barton and Dheeraj Shrestha

Topology, Davidson, Robert, Powell, Christa, Hoey, Bernard, Babbage, John, Pacheco, Marialy, Barton, William, Shrestha, Dheeraj and Raj, Ashwini (2011) Takadimi: Topology with William Barton and Dheeraj Shrestha. New Farm, QLD, Australia, Brisbane Powerhouse.

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Author Topology
Davidson, Robert
Powell, Christa
Hoey, Bernard
Babbage, John
Pacheco, Marialy
Barton, William
Shrestha, Dheeraj
Raj, Ashwini
Title Takadimi: Topology with William Barton and Dheeraj Shrestha
Place of publication New Farm, QLD, Australia
Publisher Brisbane Powerhouse
Publication date 2011-07-13
Total pages 1 musical performance
Language eng
Subject 410101 Music
Live Performance of Creative Work - Music
Formatted Abstract/Summary
A genuine cross-cultural music event.

Didgeridoo legend, William Barton, joins Australia’s leading exponent of the tabla, Dheeraj Shrestha, and highly acclaimed and inventive quintet of strings, saxophone and piano, Topology, to create soaring music using the intricacies of North Indian rhythms and blissful string textures.

Both Will and Dheeraj show their strengths as composers of chamber music, before letting fly in spectacular solos. The two artists have worked with Topology to devise a whole collection of new works, many showing an influence from Topology’s work with minimalist pioneer, Terry Riley. They’ll combine ecstatic rhythmic interplay with lush orchestral textures, traditional Australian melodies, jazz-tinged indie and a few surprises in the mix.

Join some of Australia’s leading musicians for a journey across all sorts of musical borders.


Cross-cultural musical collaboration between Topology (contemporary Western ensemble) with Indian tabla artist Dheeraj Shrestha, Cuban pianist Marialy Pacheco and indigenous Australian musician William Barton. The concert used existing works by Robert Davidson, John Babbage and Marialy Pacheco alongside newly developed collaborative compositions and improvisations.
Keyword Hindustani music
Australian Aboriginal music
Contemporary Australian music
Cuban music
Cross-genre collaboration

 
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