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Notes on memory

Performing is a curious business. It regularly throws up conundrums and contradictions and one of those is the phenomenon of memory.  Dancers develop their muscle memory from hours of rehearsal and cues from the accompaniment; memorising lines is implicit in being an actor.  Solo instrumentalists almost always perform from memory.  All opera singers work from memory, yet…

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Zubin Kanga plays ‘Interventions’ by Alex Pozniak

Pianist Zubin Kanga plays Interventions by Alex Pozniak. Zubin Kanga will be performing this in his concert Generations this Friday evening.  For more details and for Zubin Kanga’s view on the importance of ‘Creative Collaboration’ see: http://soundslikesydney.com.au/shows/generations-creative-collaboration-narrows-the-gap/5602.html Video by Thijs Rozeboom

‘Generations’: creative collaboration narrows the gap
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‘Generations’: creative collaboration narrows the gap

On Friday 18th November, pianist Zubin Kanga will present a concert of solo piano works that he has called ‘Generations’. There is a duality to this title as the works that Kanga will play looks back at the composers who wrote them whilst looking to the future in the aesthetics they represent. The material is…