Boite World Music Cafe – INDEX PAGE … Audio [& video]
Boite World Music Cafe … commonly known as The Boite has been an active venue for World Music events since 1989.
As the number of Boite performances already on this site is beginning to become problematic in the top menu … this page is now functioning as an INDEX PAGE. This will allow any number of performances to be presented without overloading the top menu. There are quite a few still to be prepared & uploaded … some recent & others dating back quite a few years.
video & audio
Xuanxuan Trio + Possum Stole Pumpkin – Mark St Fitzroy … Sept 2012
Tunes performed by the newly formed Xuanxuan Trio + Possum Stole Pumpkin.
‘In The Flow’ … Japanese Music & Live Calligraphy – 11th May 2012
For past six years Anne Norman has produced a series of fabulous concerts for Matsudo Week, Matsudo being the Japanese sister city of Whitehorse. These are musically adventurous, visually stunning and always include theatrical surprises. ‘In The Flow’ is the most recent of these. Presented by The Boite & supported by the Whitehorse City Council. Here are just a few highlights from this great concert.
The Wave presented by The Boite – Koto & Shakuhachi … June 2006
With Izumi Fujikawa on 13 & 21 string Kotos and Anne Norman on Shakuhachi … performed in BMW-Edge at Federation Square, Melbourne.
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Polyxeni and guests – Mark St Fitzroy … May 5th 2012
Acoustic styles of Greek Rebetika, Smyrnaika, Paila Laika, featuring the enchanting voice of Jenny Theologidis with Wayne Simmons (guitar), Achilles Yiangoulis (bouzouki, voice), and George Butrumlis (accordion). With guests Fotis Vergopoulos (bouzouki, voice), and Dimitris Hoplaros from Cyprus (fiddle & voice). Polyxeni recently performed at The Boite to a very lively packed house.
Voice, Violin & Cello – Contemporary improvisation from the Boite World Music Cafe… 2008
This moving piece was improvised around a composed section by vocalist/violinist Jess Ipkendanz … based on a fragment from a poem by Rilke. “So I’ve just taken a little fragment of that poem and set it to music. And from there … we will go forward.”
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