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The Sousaphonics

World Music Ensemble from Australia

5 November 2017 (Sunday, 4pm) 
Theatre, Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre

$350 / $250 / $190

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The Sousaphonics is an exceptional ensemble of saxophone, flute, trumpet, trombone, sousaphone and drum kit, performing music from carnivals across the world. With members recording and touring with the likes of Lou Reed and Brian Wilson, The Sousaphonics show off their virtuosity and dynamism in a riotous, uplifting performance that transcends musical boundaries. A combination of Nigerian Afro-beat, Mardi Gras and Carnivale marches, circus music and Balkan folk music, will inspire students and show how the world of music can create a unique artistic voice and sound.

Samuel Golding Sousaphone, Trumpet
John Hibbard Trombone
Evan Mannell Drums, Percussion
Matthew Ottingnon Tenor Saxophone, Flute

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