Hand in Hand with Music
Bernard Goh, Founder and Artistic Director, HANDS Percussion Malaysia | I Wayan Sudirana, Composer and Musical Director
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In “Taksu - A Gamelan Theatre Performance”, the shigu, or Chinese lion drum, is performed with Malay and Balinese gamelan, using percussion to celebrate cross-cultural music-making. The show further incorporates traditional Kelantanese sounds and dance, and even choral music. We speak with HANDS Percussion Malaysia’s artistic director Bernard Goh and Balinese composer/musical director I Wayan Sudirana, about creating conversations across cultures with music.
Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan, Chase Caldwell Smith
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan
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Categories: Film, Performing Arts, History, People and Places, Visual Arts
Tags: The Bigger Picture, Front Row, percussion, Chinese drums, gamelan, Kelantan, choir, Malaysian music, music, performing arts,