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Electric Kulintang

Electric Kulintang

Electric Kulintang


Electric Kulingtang is a collaboration between Susie Ibarra, Filipina-American Composer/Percussionist best known for her individual artistry on percussion and genre-defying music and Cuban born drummer/percussionist and composer Roberto Rodriguez. Kulintang music comes from the Philippines, named after a percussion instrument that consists of eight gongs. It is also used as the name of the music being played. Electric Kulintang formed in 2005, after Ibarra and Rodriguez, traveled to the Philippines to research live Kulintang music and dance. Read more on Last.fm
Electric Kulingtang is a collaboration between Susie Ibarra, Filipina-American Composer/Percussionist best known for her individual artistry on percussion and genre-defying music and Cuban born drummer/percussionist and composer Roberto Rodriguez. Kulintang music comes from the Philippines, named after a percussion instrument that consists of eight gongs. It is also used as the name of the music being played. Electric Kulintang formed in 2005, after Ibarra and Rodriguez, traveled to the Philippines to research live Kulintang music and dance. Ibarra, in 2002, composed and performed with an electro-acoustic ensemble that included the kulintang instrument but through the encouragement of Rodriguez to make the kulintang electric, Electric Kulingtan was born. With Rodriguez programming beats and Ibarra composing the music, Electric Kulintang has already caught the attention of the Magic Triangle Festival in Amherst, Musica a Metronom in Barcelona, and the American Composers Out Front! series at Joe's Pub at the Public Theatre in NYC.

These live performances have been joined by the likes of Thurston Moore (who guests on Dialects), Oz Noy (also guests on Dialects), Sean Lennon, Craig Taborn and Trevor Dunn. http://www.electrickulintang.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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