Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/50167
Type: Event
Title: Annual Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music (CASM) Showcase Performance 2006, including premiere performances of original compositions by Indigenous artists
Author: Rotumah, G.
Peters, E.
Pak Poy, A.
Kiwat, J.
Kotlowy, D.
Newsome, J.
Petherick, D.
Turner, A.
Williamson, I.
Nyaningu, P.
Roper, R.
Publisher Place: South Australian Folk Centre, Thebarton, Adelaide
Issue Date: 2006
Director: Rotumah, Grayson Ernest
Peters, Eddie George
Pak Poy, Anthony Christopher
Kiwat, Jardine Andrew
Kotlowy, David Allan
Newsome, Jennifer Kim
Petherick, Douglas John
Turner, Ashley Maxwell
Williamson, Inawinytji
Nyaningu, Peter
Roper, Robert
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Grayson Rotumah, Eddie Peters, Anthony Pak Poy, Jardine Kiwat, David Kotlowy, Jennifer Newsome, Douglas Petherick, Ashley Turner, Inawinytji Williamson, Peter Nyaningu and Robert Roper - curators, organisers, music directors, performers, cultural consultants and advisors, music arrangers, sound engineers, archivists, publicists, graphic designers
Where: South Australian Folk Centre, Thebarton, Adelaide, 17 Nov 2006
When: 17 November, 2006
Description: Included in this event were premiere performances of original works by CASM students and staff and performances from traditional Pitjantjatjara ceremony by Pitjantjatjara performers and CASM students and staff, along with Torres Strait Island and Pitjantjatjara songs by Keriba Wakai (CASM Choir) including CASM students and staff and visiting Pitjantjatjara knowledge holders. External collaborators for the event were the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara elders. Recordings of this event, in audio and video format, were made and stored in the CASM archives.
RMID: 0020085383
Description (link): https://www.adelaide.edu.au/inside_adelaide/archive/2006/20061113.html
Appears in Collections:Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music performances and events

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