RECKŌNING “Te Waiata Paihere Wairua - The Sounds of Woven Souls”
  • Brighton Fringe

Winner of 4 Melbourne Fringe Awards. Reckoning is about reclaiming our power. Reconnecting with and rediscovering our Ancestry.Rediscovery of our indigenous blood lines. Reclamation of the parts of ourselves weve forgotten and been made toforget.A cross cultural, multi art-form performance work which fuses Indigenous cultures from Aotearoa, New Zealand and Te Wh"nua Moemoe (Land of the Dreamtime) Australia. Six diverse artists, Samuel Gaskin, Candice Lorrae, Kristel Kickett, Piri Neho, Paula Barbee & Mahana Maihi-Taniora will combine personal stories of their ancestors with original songwriting which explores the power of connecting to their indigenous bloodlines.Reckoning began as an exploration into what may happen if we merged Indigenous language and culture from Aus & NZ with sound healing and a pop music producer. It quickly turned into something much more powerful.

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