For a year and a half, the Orin Dudu project visited seven Candomblé houses (terreiros) that represent important roots of this tradition in Rio de Janeiro. In each terreiro, an audio and video recording was made of the entire story and of characteristic songs and prayers. The musical directors of the project, Kiko Horta and Luís Filipe de Lima, created unprecedented arrangements based on these recordings, combining the trio of atabaques (rum, pi and le) and their specific sounds with wind instruments, strings and piano.

Sun 19 11 | 5-7pm
ADKDW Studio, Herwarthsstraße 3, 50672 Cologne
Free entry
Consecutive translation Portugiesisch - Englisch

In cooperation with the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum and the Centre for International Cultural Education of the Goethe-Institut Bonn.
Funded by the Kunststiftung NRW.