Sulh Ensemble Presents: “Hanuman: The Monkey King”
A Shadow Puppet Opera
by Jon Silpayamanant
Come experience a modern retelling of the adventures of the Monkey King Hanuman from the Thai Epic, Ramakien. Presented in the visual style of Nang Pramothai, the Shadow Puppet Theater of Northeast Thailand, and video projections/animation by Camera Lucida, Hanuman will also featured a live orchestra of members from the Sulh Ensemble performing a score by Jon Silpayamanant.
Saturday, April 11, 2020
3:00pm – 4:30pm
Free and All Ages
4201 Grantline Road
New Albany, IN 47150
Sulh Ensemble has been invited to perform at this year’s Festival of Faiths. This year will be the 25th year of the festival and we will be one of a number of performers on April 24th to celebrate that. See details below.
5:00 PM || Concert: 25 Works to Celebrate 25 Years || Cathedral of the Assumption
The Festival of Faiths is excited to announce “25 for 25,” twenty-five new compositions co-curated by Owsley Brown III and Teddy Abrams for this year’s Festival. Globally sourced, locally performed, these new musical meditations are celebrations from various genres and faiths.
For the full schedule of events at the Festival of Faiths, please visit this link: https://festivaloffaiths.org/2020-schedule/
For tickets to the event, please visit the Kentucky Performing Arts website: https://www.kentuckyperformingarts.org/all-shows/festival-of-faiths-2020
Sulh Ensemble and the Crescent Moon Dance Company are collectively known as Raqs Maqom, a project which focuses on performing music and dance from Central Asia, the Silk Road, and the Middle East. Using traditional, as well as modern, instruments with traditional costumes Raqs Maqom presents unique programs focusing on a variety of traditional and classical dance and music.