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5245 miles from London lies the Dai village. Here, people use dried gourds and bamboo tubes to construct musical instruments and play the same songs across generations to tell the ancient legend of love and sincerity. There is an exploration of the vanishing traditions of the Dai hulusi, which remain hidden behind ancient tunes in new collaborative compositions. A unique flute enhances the style built over four years of experimentation.

Date: November 30, 2019

Time: 7pm-10pm

Compositions by: Alex McGery, Martin Gaughan, Basil Athanasiadis, Sandy Clark

Flutes: Lin Lin

Conductor: John Warner

Piano/Percussion: Gen Li

Violins: Elena Abad, Chloe Meade

Violo: Daichi Yoshimura

Cello: Henry Hargreaves

Percussion: Ethan Skuodas

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