Jamestown Collective present Infusion, No Sound No Movement @ the Factory Theatre Sunday 29 October 2017
Infusion, No Sound No Movement is a rhythmic assault to the senses, a collaboration of world music and dance drawing on ancient rhythms and contemporary and traditional West African dance.
Lucky Larety and the Jamestown Collective bring audiences an original composition and choreography inspired by traditional African rhythms with new urban beats and contemporary dance. Presenting their own unique exploration of bringing ancient West African rhythms to life through percussion and dance, Infusion, No Sound No Movement looks at ways to reinvent rhythm in a contemporary setting, using ritual, games and everyday music and sounds from life in Ghana to inspire a rich musical and dance landscape.
Infusion, No Sound No Movement will bring together dancers Lucky Lartey (Ghana) and Pepsie Magonya (Zimbabwe) and Diane Busuttil (Australia) accompanied by Maharshi Raval on Tabla (India) and Byron Mark, percussionist and keyboards (Australia) for a never seen before show.
Infusion, No Sound No Movement is a uniquely African story told against a contemporary Australian backdrop – a landscape of rhythm and music infusing original sounds to inspire and excite.
Promo video for Jamestown Collective
Promo video for the new collaboration in Rehearsals
Top pick from Melbourne Fringe 2015.
JamesTown Collective : Past Appearance
Sydney Fringe 2015 : New Theatre ( sold out last show)
Melbourne Fringe 2015 : The Famous Spiegeltent
Fishers Ghost Festival 2015 : Campbelltown Arts Center (Sold out)
WOW Festival 2016 : Casula Power House (Sold out)