Past & Upcoming events
Old traditions and imbalances collide in a powerful modern themed musical theatre production constructed by Noriko Tadano. Exploring confronting issues that women still face in this modern world, Noriko uses her Shamisen, voice and experiences to shine a blinding light on the lack of real progress.
Adelaide Festival Centre’s inSPACE program is a cutting-edge, grassroots and innovative program that supports some of South Australia’s most talented, independent artists. See hot new talent across all art forms including: theatre, dance, visual arts and music. Be part of the artistic conversation: sharing, contributing and discovering how art is created behind the scenes. This creative blurring of the line between artist and audience reinforces Adelaide Festival Centre’s philosophy – Arts for All – that the arts belong to everyone.
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Live Tribe GATHERING – An amazing Gathering / online Festival. Live Concerts . Live Workshops . Live talks . Live Yoga . Live Meditations . We have gathered incredible people to share live online performances and connect with YOU! This is a time of change. It’s our chance to make a difference, raise our frequency and connect with each other!
Noriko performs solo and incorporates singing as well as Shamisen.
Creating contemporary music with traditional instruments and looping techniques, Adam Page’s music skills are paired with master shamisen virtuoso and vocalist Noriko Tadano. This premiere collaboration will feature a mixture of instruments including the Indian Bansuri flute and the Japanese shamisen. These two WOMADelaide alumni join forces to forge a melting pot of cultural influences and technology, for a fun-filled musical journey across Asia.
Performance by Noriko Tadano as part of the ‘Art After Hours’ series, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia.
‘Art After Hours’ is a series held Wednesday evening where the Art Gallery of NSW offers a regular program of live music, lectures and celebrity talks, drawing workshops, film screenings, gallery tours and, of course, nocturnal access to its latest exhibitions.
The Japan Supernatural exhibition presents wildly imaginative works by Japanese artists past and present – from the pioneering work of the 18th-century painter Toriyama Sekien to contemporary superstar Takashi Murakami.
The original music was designed to respond to the themes of the exhibition featuring Noriko Tadano on voice, shamisen and kokyu and Toshi Sakamoto of Wadaiko Rindo on taiko percussion. Japan Supernatural was a finalist in the international Museum and the Web GLAMi (The Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums Innovation) Awards 2020.
Discover more: https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/artboards/supernatural/
A Melbourne first! Brandon Lee (koto), Lindsay Dugan (Shakuhachi), Noriko Tadano (Tsugaru Shamisen), and Satsuki Odamura from Sydney (Koto), will be presenting a program full of collaborations and new partnerships!
The Australian Cultural Fund is a fundraising platform for Australian artists. It is managed by Creative Partnerships Australia and was established by the Australian Government in 2003 to encourage donations to the arts.
Noriko Tadano, Shamisen (Japanese Banjo) player, well known for her appearance on Australia’s Got Talent and traditional Japanese Drum (Taiko) performer Hiro Hayashida and his group ZI-PANG will perform alongside Chieko Kojima, a distinguished member of the “Kodo” Japanese performing arts ensemble. They will be joined by performers from the Cairns Taiko group, Drum ∞ (Infinity Mugendai Inc)
Nai Palm and Noriko Tadano perform at the Curtin in Melbourne, Australia.
Songwriter, vocalist and guitarist from Hiatus Kaiyote.
Nai Palm is the type of artist that arrives once in a generation. A two-time Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and musician from Australia, she is a composer, instrumentalist, producer, vocalist and poet who approaches all of these self-taught disciplines with an intuitive, infectious grace which sent her on a journey to sculpt songs that have been received and treasured across the world.
Follow Nai Palm here: https://www.facebook.com/naipalmmusic/
Supported by the amazing Japanese Shamisen player Noriko Tadano. Noriko will be sharing some intimate tunes and belting out traditional as well as original material. Noriko’s vocals are just as arresting as the mesmerizing Shamisen.