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City Sounds: Flavio Correa, 23 January

Flavio Correa is a guitar player from Brazil who now lives in Brisbane. He combines Latin grooves jazz and bossa nova in his style.

23 Jan, 2022

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City Sounds: Sue Ray, 26 January

Sue Ray is an Australian Indigenous multi-award-winning singer/songwriter that captivates audiences with her original brand of country/blues and roots music, smoky rich voice and high energy performances.

26 Jan, 2022

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City Sounds: Alys Ffion, 26 January

Alys Ffion is highly regarded for her refreshing, natural style and sheer determination to pursue her own lane as an artist and songwriter, and avoid the comforts of conforming.

26 Jan, 2022

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In Transit

Presented in partnership with BrisAsia Festival, "In Transit" will transform Museum of Brisbane’s entry into a colourful celebration of cultural diversity and creativity.

28 Jan, 2022 - 1 May, 2022

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City Sounds: Hazel Mei, 29 January

Poetic lyrics, an ambient flare with a jazzy twist; these are the elements that make up Hazel Mei’s music.

29 Jan, 2022

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City Sounds: Rodrigo Santiago, 30 January

Rodrigo draws upon his musical inspirations in Gypsy Jazz, Flamenco and Latin music to create a unique blend of soulful melodies and exciting rhythms.

30 Jan, 2022

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City Sounds: Lucinda R., 30 January

Poetic, emotive and dramatic.

30 Jan, 2022

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Educational Educational

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City Sounds: Rodrigo Santiago, 6 February

Rodrigo draws upon his musical inspirations in Gypsy Jazz, Flamenco and Latin music to create a unique blend of soulful melodies and exciting rhythms.

6 Feb, 2022

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Uncovering a Lost Culture: Australian Convict Dance 1788-1840

Although it was recognised that convicts brought their popular culture when transported to colonial Australia, little was known of the details. Dr Heather Blasdale Clarke

9 Feb, 2022

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