World Peace. Womadelaide 2003 [review]
Bramwell, Murray Ross
The Adelaide Review
Womadelaide is not just a highly successful musical occasion, it is a key fixture in the Adelaide cultural calendar. That is made clear enough at the afternoon press call before the Friday night opening. All the major players are there. In 2003, Womadelaide is as amiable and familiar and populous as ever.
Festivals, Festival Reviews, Performing Arts, Kate Brennan, Thomas Brooman, Ian Scobie, Botanic Park, David Arbon, Angus Watt, Anangu Pitjantjatjara, Craig Walsh, Ernest Ranglin, Los de Abajo, Liber Teran, The Waifs, Amjad Ali Khan, Cheikh Lo, Cara Dillon, Sam Lakeman, Shooglenifty, Les Volee d' Castors, Felpeyu, Bob Brozman, Takashi Hiruaysu, Zulya, Rachid Taha, Julien Jacob, Temple of Sound, Rizwan-Muazzam Quawwali, Douglas Spotted Eagle, Liam Gerner, Apodomi Compania, King Kadu, Madosini, Matthew Barley, Andy White, Salif Keita, Baaba Maal
Bramwell, Murray 2003. World Peace. Review of "Womadelaide 2003". 'The Adelaide Review', March, no. 235, 27.