Part of BrisAsia Festival, the Rare Voices concert will showcase a treasure chest of musical talent matched with stories from across the Asian region. Boasting a rich program of traditional and world music, the colourful event will take concert-goers on a journey across the ocean through tunes, melodies and soundscapes that reflect on the cultural histories of Brisbane’s diverse communities.
Internationally renowned Carnatic singer Charulatha Mani and Chinese folk singer Zi Wang will be headlining the evening, alongside a starry selection of renowned local artists and instrumentalists. The event will also showcase some fresh-faced homegrown talent as a part of its Emerging Artist initiative, which is designed to engage with southside multicultural communities thus presenting a platform for new voices to be heard. To book your free ticket to the Rare Voices concert (spots are limited!), head here.
This event is part of Brisbane City Council’s BrisAsia Festival 2021, where you can experience the best of Asia right here in Brisbane. You can find out more about this year’s festival by visiting Council’s website.
Brisbane City Council is following Queensland Health COVID-Safe guidelines. Please observe the current Queensland Health COVID-19 updates and restrictions for the Greater Brisbane area on the Queensland Health website. This applies to BrisAsia Festival’s program of events. In addition, please check Council’s website for updates.