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Tania Bosak

Tania Bosak

Jazz / Jazz, Brazilian, Funk Melbourne, VIC, AU  AU
No Goodtime Fairies Tania Bosak Band
Zumbi Tania Bosak Band


  • 2011

    Feb 5

    Northcote, VIC, AU | 9:00pm

    Big Fela and Bosak's Beijao together for one steamy night of dancing at 303!

  • 2010

    Sep 11

    Melbourne, VIC, AU | 9:00pm

    Tania Bosak Quintet with special guest Adam Simmons

  • 2007

    Dec 20

    Northcote, VIC, AU | 8:00pm

    VB with guest Steve Grant!

  • 2007

    Dec 13

    Northcote, VIC, AU | 8:00pm

    VB in the courtyard

  • 2007

    Dec 8

    Melbourne, VIC, AU | 8:00pm

    End of year Extravaganza a great line up and VB on at 10 pm for dancing!


  • EXIT Magnus and Bosak
  • SAS concert 2009


Bio: 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

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“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”

— Jessica Nicholas, The Age

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  • Song Plays 42
  • Video Plays 1
  • Total Fans 11
  • ReverbNation Fans 8
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  • Big Fela
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