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Womadelaide 10 Xavier Rudd and Izintaba (Australia)

Angus Watt (UK)

The creator of thousands of decorative silk flags.

The Armada (Canada/Australia/Ireland)

Jeff Martin (Tea Party) formed this trio resulting in exotic blends of rock.

Babylon Circus (France)

This 10-piece big band have big-top energy and provide a compelling spectacle.

Besh o droM (Hungary)

This is the essential, feisty sound of gypsy fusion.

Calexico (USA)

Exploring all manner of dusty low-fi and compelling sound noir experiments.

Dancing on Your Grave (UK)

A five-piece theatre troupe of the downdtrodden deceased.

Djan Djan (Mali/India/Australia)

The union of Mamadou Diabate, Bobby Singh and Jeff Lang.

Dub Colossus (Ethiopia/UK)

A dub-influenced exploration of traditional Ethiopian styles and 1970s grooves.

Eliades Ochoa (Cuba)

A star of the Buena Vista Social Club, Ochoa delivers unforgettable performances.

Ethiopiques (Ethiopia/France)

One of the biggest stars of Ethiopia with a 10-piece band.

Frank Yamma (Australia)

Writing brutally honest songs crossing cultural and musical boundaries.

 

Jane Siberry (Canada)

Striking original music and a hauntingly beautiful voice.

Kamel el Harrachi (Algeria/France)

Kamel explores the popular urban style, chaâbi.

Kathakali Dance Ensemble (India)

This dance-drama ensemble present excerpts from the epic Indian poem The Mahabharata.

La Compagnie Transe Express (France)

An innovative aerial show with characters balancing in the air!

LAFA and Artists Dance Company (Taiwan)

A young company changing the perception of dance it Taiwan.

Lepisto and Lehti (Finland)

The Finnish master musicians unite the double bass and accordian.

Mariem Hassan (Western Sahara)

Mariem Hassan is hailed as the true voice of the Western Sahara.

Monkey Puzzle Tree (Australia)

This quartet reaches for ethereal soundscapes and compositions that embrace worldly sounds.

Nortec Collective presents: Bostich and Fussible (Mexico)

They have invented nortec – a fusion of norteño and hard techno dance beats.

Ojos de Brujo (Spain)

A heady fusion of street rumba with a hot flamenco heartbeat.

The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra (Australia)

Bringing contemporary African funk to Australian dancefloors.

Ravi Shankar and Anoushka Shankar (India)

This sitar master is the great popular icon of Indian music.

Ross Daly and Ensemble (Greece)

Embracing Eastern and Western influence in the music of Crete.

Shellie Morris (Australia)

An indigenous singer performing eathy and honest songs.

The Skatalites (Jamaica)

They lay the foundation for rocksteady, reggae, dub, dancehall and raga.

Unified Gecko (Australia)

Turkish Romany Gypsy music influenced by the music of today.

VulgarGrad (Australia)

Embracing the old songs of Russian thieves, punk classics and contemporary ska.

Xavier Rudd and Izintaba (Australia)

Combining the raw edge of his rigorous guitar/vocal/didgeridoo and percussion workouts.

Young Wägilak Group (Australia)

A contemporary rendering of the Yolngu of Arnhem Land.

  

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Taken on March 8, 2010