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Dead Can Dance Man In Town
July 2, 2010   
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Brendan Perry, the London-born composer, singer and multi-instrumentalist best known for having been the co-founder and male half of the legendary Dead Can Dance, will be appearing at Warsaw’s Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art on July 18.

Perry began his career in New Zealand in 1977 by signing on with punk rock band The Scavengers as their bassist, and later singer, going by the moniker Ronnie Recent. The band decamped to Australia after two years and changed their name to the Marching Girls. Perry bailed out in 1980 to engage in a series of solo musical experiments before forming the legendary Dead Can Dance with Lisa Gerrard a year later. The duo recorded nine albums in their 16 years together.

Perry’s first solo album, Eye of the Hunter, was released in 1999, featuring almost exclusively acoustic instruments. Perry spent 2000-2005 in Quivvy Church, Ireland, where he and his brother Robert conducted percussion workshops on Afro-Cuban and East African drums.

Perry has released his second album, Ark, after an 11-year break.


July 18 at 9 p.m.
Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art, 2 Jazdów St., Warsaw
Tickets priced zl.139 on the day, or zl.119 beforehand, available online at www.ticketpro.pl
For more information, go to www.csw.art.pl
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