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Ragamala brings their multidisciplinary work, Written in Water, to Austin. Inspired by the second century Indian board game, Paramapadham (the precursor to Snakes and Ladders) and the 12th century Sufi poem, A Conference of Birds, Written in Water explores parallels between ecstasy and longing in Hindu and Sufi thought. With original artwork and a score by composer Amir ElSaffar, Written in Water brings together internationally-celebrated artists and features a live music ensemble with a unique alchemy of Iraqi, jazz, and Carnatic instruments.

Ragamala brings their multidisciplinary work, Written in Water, to Austin. Inspired by the second century Indian board game, Paramapadham (the precursor to Snakes and Ladders) and the 12th century Sufi poem, A Conference of Birds,Written in Water explores parallels between ecstasy and longing in Hindu and Sufi thought. With original artwork and a score by composer Amir ElSaffar, Written in Water brings together internationally-celebrated artists and features a live music ensemble with a unique alchemy of Iraqi, jazz, and Carnatic instruments.

Ragamala brings their multidisciplinary work, Written in Water, to Austin. Inspired by the second century Indian board game, Paramapadham (the precursor to Snakes and Ladders) and the 12th century Sufi poem, A Conference of Birds,Written in Water explores parallels between ecstasy and longing in Hindu and Sufi thought. With original artwork and a score by composer Amir ElSaffar, Written in Water brings together internationally-celebrated artists and features a live music ensemble with a unique alchemy of Iraqi, jazz, and Carnatic instruments.

WHEN

WHERE

Bass Concert Hall
2350 Robert Dedman Dr.
Austin, TX 78712
https://texasperformingarts.org/season/ragamala-dance-company-bass-concert-hall-2018

TICKET INFO

$10-$40
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