Lamine Sonko’s work is a unique synthesis of contemporary and traditional Senegalese music, steeped in a rich cultural musical legacy that has informed his work as a composer and multi-instrumentalist.
Praised for ‘speaking a new language’ where ‘the vibrations and soul felt in the music are uplifting’ (The Age), 13:12 now sees the artist explore how West African culture interacts with celestial bodies, unveiling ancient connections between art and science.
3 April 2019 (Wednesday)
7 PM (1 hr no interval)
Primrose Potter Salon
Melbourne Recital Centre
Tickets: Full $30 | Concession $25 via Melbourne Recital Centre.
Lamine Sonko: Guitar/Kora/Vocals
Yacou Mbaye: Sabar/Calabash
Ayesha Mehta: Piano
Anita Quayle Music: Cello
Kumar Shome: Guitar
Presented by Multicultural Arts Victoria and Melbourne Recital Centre.