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Antipodeans

Antipodeans

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When:

  • Sun 26 Feb ’17, 1:30pm – 5:30pm

Where:

Te Rangimarie Marae, 1180A Highway 56, Rangiotu, Palmerston North

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $20.00
  • Concession: $10.00

Toi Warbrick invites you to a once-only wananga and performance!

Order of events
- “Marae experience” at the historic Te Rangimarie marae
- Wananga (workshops) will be led by: musical instrument maker Warren Warbrick, visual artist Reweti Arapere, early music specialist Pepe Becker & concept developer Virginia Warbrick
- Kaputī (refreshments)
- Toi Warbrick will perform "Antipodeans", ahead of their stint at the Adelaide Fringe Festival in March 2017.

Antipodeans is set in both Manawatū and Spain. It is the sorrowful love story of two musicians connected by the early music of Purcell and Victoria but separated by a 12,000km long tunnel and 400 years. Experience the atmospheric sounds of Māori musical instruments, pure voice and Shruti box, and evocative projected imagery.

In addition to music by Henry Purcell (UK) and Tomás Luis de Victoria (Spain), Antipodeans features new music by Pepe Becker (NZ), improvisations on ten Māori musical instruments, artworks by Reweti Arapere (NZ) and poetry by Apirana Taylor (NZ) and Leonel Alvarado (NZ/Honduras). Premiered in a regional tour of the Manawatu and Rangitikei districts of New Zealand in 2016, the creation of the work was funded by the Earle Creativity Trust.

"A deft combination of Western art and traditional Māori music performed with great sensitivity and authority" (Manawatū Standard, 2016)

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