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  Past Events  

Kutcha Edwards pic Mosaic Concert Series 2007
The Mosaic Concert Series presented outstanding culturally diverse music and diverse in the City of Banyule. The series featured fantastic local, interstate and international performers. There were 6 concerts in the series:
March 2007: Vox Congo, Sabyasachi Bhattacharya and Glen Kniebeiss
April 2007: Kavisha Mazzella and Irine Vela, Zarafa
May 2007: Kate Burke and Ruth Hazleton, Umanee
September 2007: Jigzag, Vardos
October 2007: Gundecha Brothers (India), Natyalayaa Dance Company
November 2007: Kutcha Edwards, Mihirangi
Living Traditions thanks Banyule Council and Superfruit Organics for their sponsorship of these events.
sample Mosaic concert poster
Marina Bistrin pic Showcase Concert Series 2006
Living Traditions in conjunction with the Winter in Banyule Festival presented two exciting Showcase Concerts featuring a selection of Melbourne's foremost multicultural musicians and dancers. Traditions represented included Irish, Middle Eastern, North Indian and Balkans... more info
Raka Mukherjee pic Raka Mukherjee - Australian Tour 2006
Raka Mukherjee is one of India's most prominent vocalists, adept in classical and semi-classical forms ranging from Kheyal and Thumri to Dadra and Bhajan. She has performed at many high-profile events in India and abroad. Living Traditions was proud to support Raka Mukherjee's first Australian tour in April - May 2006... more info
Zarafa pic Zarafa - Tasmanian Tour 2006
Zarafa is Melbourne's premier Balkans and Near-Eastern ensemble, performing traditional and original music and dance from Eastern Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Zarafa is innovative in its combination of authentic instrumentation and traditional repertoire, with modern global and electronic influences. Living Traditions supported Zarafa's Tasmanian Tour in January 2006... more info
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