Razor-sharp beats combine with otherworldly vocal soundscapes in a live performance about the universal longing for connection.
A year ago, Kitch and Eve were strangers; one is a Samoan High Talking Chief, the other a second-generation Maltese Australian. Now they are on a journey together, navigating twin stories of diaspora, love, faith, and searching. Part memoir, part musical-manifesto, Where We Meet blends live looping, opera, electronica, beat boxing, Samoan language, and hip-hop music into a musical experience like no other. With genre-defying performances, cultural practice, and intimate true-stories, Eve Klein and Taitu’uga Kitch Wesche shine a light on the universal power of cultural connection.
What legacy has been left for you?
And what legacy are you leaving?
Presented by Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct