Azadoota’s front man Robin Zirwanda comes from Iraq, where the Assyrians trace their ancestors back 7000 years. Recognised throughout the diaspora as a goodwill ambassador for his little-known nation, Robin sings catchy originals in his native Assyrian Aramaic language. Azadoota’s goal is to break down stereotypes and promote tolerance and harmony. Azadoota means “Freedom”. Make an enquiry! Check out this …
This program provides students with the opportunity to experience a true taste of Balinese Cultural activities! Music, dance and the visual arts form a foundation to traditional Balinese life and myths and legends are incorporated into these arts. Your students will participate in a colourful and interactive program, and gain appreciation for the harmony within the culture. Make an enquiry!
Bollywood is an important part of modern Indian culture, it incorporates film, music and of course – dance! This program presents a vibrant Bollywood Dance workshop where students will learn about the folk and classical origins or the dances and the symbolism of some of the moves. Students will learn a short routine backed by awesome Bollywood tunes and get …
This program is a loud and fabulous introduction to Brazilian culture! The presenters will introduce the history, rhythms and culture of Brazil including Carnival and the famous Olodum drumming group. Presenters will provide metal buckets for the students so they can learn how to drum. They will be taught various Brazilian Rhythms in the session. Make an enquiry!
Derived from Mongolian folk religion and the legend of the Shaman, Bukhu presents traditional throat singing from his homeland. Alongside the Mongolian horse head fiddle, the singing is skillfully crafted into an exciting and engaging performance using contemporary loop pedals and modern beats! Make an enquiry! “An amazing performance. The students were very interested and engaged in the performance and …
From laidback melodies to exciting dance beats Errol and Jay Renaud from Trinidad and Tobago introduce students to the musical sounds of the Caribbean. They introduce students to soca, calypso and reggae music played on their national instrument the steel drums. Make an enquiry!
This program incorporates two rotating sessions into one all day program celebrating diversity in Chinese culture. May Wang and her team can tailor a program to include Chinese Lion Dance, Martial Arts, a drumming workshop, folk dancing, calligraphy or lantern making. Make an enquiry!
This program engages students with an incredible performance of folk dances from across China such as the Lantern Dance, Ribbon Dance or Fan Dance. Students will practise a short routine using some of the moves they’ve seen, performed to both traditional and contemporary Chinese music. Make an enquiry!
The earliest known drums in China date back to four thousand years ago! Drums are still an important part of public celebration and students will love the rhythm and colour of the performance. In this interactive drumming workshop students will learn about Chinese music by playing it! Make an enquiry!
Students will learn about the history and symbolism of the Lion Dance, an art form that dates back to the 12th century. It is believed to bring good fortune, prosperity and longevity. As well as gaining an insight into ancient Chinese culture, students will love seeing the lion close up to see how it is operated. Make an enquiry!