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Big Fela and Bosak's Beijao together for one steamy night of dancing at 303!
Tania Bosak Quintet with special guest Adam Simmons
VB with guest Steve Grant!
VB in the courtyard
End of year Extravaganza a great line up and VB on at 10 pm for dancing!
Tania Bosak is one of Melbourne's foremost interdisciplinary musicians and performers.
Known for her playful high energy percussion and sultry vocals, Tania delves into a diversity of genres within a jazz idiom, creating spirited performances that defy categorisation. Tania's career spans 20 yea...See Full Bio
Tania Bosak Quintet last gig for 2010 11th September with special guests Adam Simmons and Tom Fryer
“Tania Bosak has been honing the concept behind her show for almost a decade. Based on the story of her father’s defection from former Yugoslavia in the 1950s, Supper at Stanley’s is a highly entertaining – and delightfully unpredictable– journey through Bosak’s cultural heritage and musical influences. Yes, there are plenty of irresistible Balkan gypsy tunes, but there are also unexpected detours through Afro-Brazilian music, jazz poetry and Korean drumming. It’s a slightly eccentric mix, yet somehow it works. Bosak is a charismatic performer with strong theatrical instincts and a natural comedic flair, though her focus here is largely on the music. She sings, plays percussion and directs her marvellous 9-piece band with a playful energy that elicits some hilarious interactions (particularly with tuba player and pseudo-translator Dan Witton). This is the final season of Supper at Stanley’s before Bosak takes her musical taste buds in a new direction, so catch it while”