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Performers

The following are Performers from 2017 National Multicultural Festival.

Download the Program or visit individual performers below for times and locations.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

DJ Hasten

African Village Showcase

African Music by DJ Hasten

Time: 17 February 2017 10.30pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square (off London Circuit)

Time: 18 February 2017 9.20pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square (off London Circuit)

DT Traditional Music

African Village Showcase

Traditional music from Botswana

Time: 17 February 2017 7.20pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square (off London Circuit)

Time: 17 February 2017 9.10pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square (off London Circuit)

Time: 18 February 2017 5.55pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square (off London Circuit)

Time: 18 February 2017 7.50pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square (off London Circuit)

Time: 18 February 2017 9.20pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square (off London Circuit)

DT Traditional Music Group

African Village Showcase

Botswana

Time: 17 February 2017 7.20pm
Location: Stage 5: Civic Square (off London Circuit)

Time: 01 January 1970 10.00am
Location: Stage 5: Civic Square (off London Circuit)

Dai Dance Wind

Approximate Time Canberra Chinese Community Showcase

Time: 19 February 2017 10.30am
Location: Stage 3, Ainslie Avenue Cul De Sac (Off London Circuit)

Dai Fun

Dai Fun

Time: 19 February 2017 11.35am
Location: Stage 3, Ainslie Avenue Cul De Sac (Off London Circuit)

Dale Huddleston and the Riverbank Band

Indigenous Showcase

Forming in Canberra in 1990, Dale Huddleston & The Riverbank Band have performed regularly in Koori communities throughout Australia, and toured across country and folk circuits, supporting artists like Yothu Yindi, Paul Kelly, Uncle Jimmy Little, Shane Howard, Troy Cassar Daley, Jessica Mauboy and more.

If that's not enough to sell you, they were nominated for Band of the Year at the Deadlys in 2011, and have produced two acclaimed and original albums. Now they're set to perform as part of the National Multicultural Festival’s Indigenous Showcase.

Dale Huddleston and the Riverbank Band

Time: 18 February 2017 8.00pm
Location: Stage 4, Bunda Street

Dance Orioz

Cultural Performance

Time: 18 February 2017 11.30am
Location: Stage 6, Akuna St and City Walk

Dance Workshops

Theatre

Time: 18 February 2017 1.30pm
Location: Canberra Museum and Gallery Building, 180 London Circuit (CMAG)

Time: 18 February 2017 2.30pm
Location: Canberra Museum and Gallery Building, 180 London Circuit (CMAG)

Time: 18 February 2017 3.30pm
Location: Canberra Museum and Gallery Building, 180 London Circuit (CMAG)

Dance of Youth

Dance of Youth

Time: 19 February 2017 10.50am
Location: Stage 3, Ainslie Avenue Cul De Sac (Off London Circuit)

Dante Musica Viva

European Village Showcase

Time: 18 February 2017 10.45am
Location: Stage 6, Akuna St and City Walk

Dead DJ Joke

Canberra Fringe Festival

Time: 18 February 2017 7.00pm
Location: The Fringe

Time: 18 February 2017 11.00pm
Location: The Fringe

Deep Sea

Deep Sea

Time: 19 February 2017 11.10am
Location: Stage 3, Ainslie Avenue Cul De Sac (Off London Circuit)

Dian Dancers Singapore

Dan Dancers (Singapore)

DIAN Dancers first emerged in the Malay Arts scene in December 2003.

The group’s name which figuratively means glowing light is and has remain very true to its motto, “Menyuluh Wawasan Budaya”—Enlightening our Cultural Heritage.

Thus armed with their foundational mandate to preserve the traditions of our forefathers, DIAN Dancers have been very active in showcasing quality performances to the masses. Likewise, they have collaborated with and voluntarily participated in the productions of other established Malay Arts groups, namely ERA Dance Theatre and Perkumpulan Seni Singapura.

Abdul Yazid Juhuri who has held the position of Artistic Director since the group’s inception, has produced great and memorable works of art which has serve as the group’s trademark in the competitive industry.

The management team led by DIAN Dancers' co-founders, Amin Farid and Muhammad Izwan are responsible in managing the group's activities and dancers' well being.

DIAN Dancers is currently based in ALIWAL ARTS CENTRE and gradually gaining recognition as an emerging group in the Malay Arts arena, Dian Dancers hopes to scale the heights and make their long term aspirations to bring Malay Dance on an international stage a reality in time to come.

Dian Dancers Singapore

Time: 17 February 2017 5.15pm
Location: Stage 2, Petrie Plaza East

Time: 19 February 2017 11.00am
Location: Stage 6, Akuna St and City Walk

Dream Danze Studio

Indigenous Showcase

Time: 18 February 2017 3.00pm
Location: Stage 4, Bunda Street

Drumassault

Canberra Fringe Festival and African Village Showcase

Drumassault is a Canberra-based group that performs traditional percussion-based music and dance from Guinea, West Africa. With experience built from playing all over Canberra for the past ten years, Drumassault has firmly established their reputation as a tight group of skilled percussionists and young dancers that performs an energetic set of authentic traditional West African music with intensity, complexity and precision. The infectious raw African rhythms are sure to get everyone up and dancing!

Drumassault

Time: 18 February 2017 4.00pm
Location: The Fringe

Time: 18 February 2017 7.30pm
Location: Stage 5, Civic Square (off London Circuit)

Drumming

Children's Sanctuary

Drumming by the muppets (copyright)

Time: 19 February 2017 11.45am
Location: Stage 7: The Sanctuary (Petrie Plaza West)

Dubke

Dubke

Time: 18 February 2017 2.45pm
Location: Stage 2, Petrie Plaza (East)