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Performing Diaspora Weekend Two

CounterPULSE

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San Francisco, United States

Performing Diaspora Weekend Two

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CounterPULSE presents

Performing Diaspora Weekend Two

Laura Inserra, Muisi-kongo Malonga, and Nadhi Thekkek

Hosted at CounterPULSE (1310 Mission Street, SF)


Due to a death in the family, Jewlia Eisenberg will not be able to perform in the festival.  One of Jewlia's collaborators and performers, Laura Inserra, an internationally acclaimed Hang player, will offer a performance in her place.  


AUG 25-28, THU-SUN at 8PM

$22-32 Sliding Scale

Performing Diaspora artists represent many of the state’s most exciting new voices at the intersection of traditional arts, contemporary performance and California’s changing demographic. In the second festival weekend, Laura Inserra, Muisi-kongo Malonga and Nadhi Thekkek excavate their own heritage and push the boundaries of their current practice, exploring themes of resistance, spirituality and love.


Laura Inserra is a classically trained musician with a strong background in improvisation and minimalist music. An internationally acclaimed Hang player, Laura has collaborated with various artists globally. Her performances display ancient and modern instruments and are infused with a unique blend of musical inspiration and melodic harmonies.


Muisi-kongo Malonga’s Kimpa Vita! is a music, dance and theater narrative told through the dual lens of Congolese and African American cultural arts traditions, exploring the controversial life of Congolese prophet, Mama Kimpa Vita.


The Cloud Messenger by Nadhi Thekkek and Nava Dance Theater is a Bharatanatyam adaptation of the poem, Meghadhootha, by 5th century Indian poet, Kalidasa, showing why love’s journey, though risky, is indeed something beautiful.

 


Other Performing Diaspora Festival Events:


Festival Kick-Off at Bissap Baobab — AUG 8

Eventbrite - Performing Diaspora Festival Kick-Off


Symposium — AUG 10

Eventbrite - Performing Diaspora Symposium


Weekend One — AUG 15-18

Byb Chanel Bibene, Joti Singh, and Jia Wu

Eventbrite - Performing Diaspora Weekend One

Have questions about Performing Diaspora Weekend Two? Contact CounterPULSE

Where



CounterPULSE
1310 Mission Street and 9th Street
San Francisco, 94103

Organizer

CounterPULSE

Located in SOMA in San Francisco, CounterPULSE is a non-profit theater, performance space, community center, and gallery with roots deep in the Bay Area’s provocative performance and dance scenes. CounterPULSE produces its own shows, helps support local artists and activists with its programs and can be rented for productions and rehearsals.

Our Box Office opens for will-call and at-the-door purchase 45 minutes before showtime.

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