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The Atrium in Fed Square

The Boîte at The Atrium in Fed Square! (2, 3, 9, 16, 17, 23 December) Free Entry

Enjoy live music from The Boîte while you get your gift wrapped for the festive season at The Atrium in Fed Square from 1pm -1:45pm! Enjoy the virtuosic Eastern European sounds of Vardos duo, the soulful Rebetika, featuring Con Kalamaras, Alex Petropoulos and with Liana Perillo on contemporary harp.

The Boîte at The Atrium in Fed Square! (2, 3, 9, 16, 17, 23 December) Free Entry
The Boîte at The Atrium in Fed Square! (2, 3, 9, 16, 17, 23 December) Free Entry

Time & Location

02 Dec 2023, 1:00 pm – 23 Dec 2023, 1:45 pm

The Atrium in Fed Square , Swanston St & Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

About the Event

Enjoy live music in The Atrium during the Festive Season with The Boîte, to coincide with Fed Square's free gift-wrapping service. Enjoy the virtuosic Eastern European sounds of Vardos duo, the soulful Rebetika, featuring Con Kalamaras, Alex Petropoulos and with Liana Perillo on contemporary harp.

Info on The Atrium

How to Get there

Live music performances will be on the following dates and times: 2, 3, 9, 16, 17, 23 December – 1pm to 1.45pm

Performance details:

Alex Petropoulos and Con Kalamaras (2 & 16 December) Alex Petropoulos and Con Kalamaras take you on a journey to explore the mystical world of Rebetika. This duo performs their unique repertoire focusing on Rebetika, commonly known as the Greek Blues. This music highlights themes of hardship and hope, providing a window into the experiences and resilience of people during that era.

Vardos duo (3 & 17 December) 

Driven by Alana’s wild violin, chased by accordion, Vardos play folk and Romany music learnt from Roma (Gypsy) and folk musicians in Hungary and Romania during their travels in Eastern Europe. Based in Naarm Melbourne, Australia, the band has toured internationally and appeared in film and on television.

Bohemian Nights (9 December) Wild and soulful Gypsy, Klezmer, French and Italian music played and sung by Ernie Gruner and Phil Carroll on violin, accordion, mandolin, ney, with Jazz, Tango and Eastern influences.

Liana Perillo (23 December) 

Professional harpist, vocalist and composer, Liana Perillo, demonstrates a clear crossover between classical and contemporary jazz styles in her music. Liana predominantly plays the electro-acoustic pedal harp, coupled with amplification and analogue effects pedals to extend the sonority of her instrument.

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