Echigo-Tsumari Art Field

E069: YIDAKI in concert feat. Djalu Gurruwiwi & GOMA

posted May 14, 2018
"Yidaki: Dijiridou and Australian Sound" is a touring exhibition which attracted great public attention when held at South Australia Museum from March to July in 2017. The YIDAKI (didjeridu) is a traditional musical instrument of the Aboriginal people in Australia. We are very pleased to invite to ETAT2018 Djalu Gurruwiwi, an internationally-recognised authority on the YIDAKI from both its musical and spiritual perspective to present the performance in collaboration with GOMA, who set off to Australia alone to learn about the didjeridu and Aboriginal culture under Gurruwiwi. In this event, GOMA, the most active group in Japan, and The Jungle Rhythm Section will perform a piece, followed by a finale co-starring Gurruwiwi himself and GOMA.
[Performers]Djalu Gurruwiwi, GOMA, and The Jungle Rhythm Section
[In cooperation with]South Australia Museum, National Museum of Australia
[Supported by]The Australian Government / Australia-Japan Foundation / Australia now sponsor
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Event Information

Dates

Saturday, September 8 2018
18:30- (Doors open at 18:00)

Location

Piloti at Matsudai Nohbutai (3743-1 Matsudai, Tokamachi-city, Niigata)

Cost

All prices includes taxes

Adult JPY2500 / Advance purchase JPY2000 /
ETAT2018 passport holders JPY2300 / Students (elementary, junior high, senior high schools) JPY1000

Other

※ Advanced ticket sales start on June 5th at 10:00

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