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    › “5 concerts for $5” Boite Concert Series

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    The Boite's "5 concerts for $5" series kicked off last Sunday and continues throughout October. But don't worry if you missed the first concert. All the concerts in our "Adapt, not Cancel" series are available to watch at any time once they've been released, so you can still get your tickets and enjoy these 5 exquisite shows.
    The 5 concerts for $5 series is a quality musical program of high-calibre artists that makes it even easier to engage with our online concerts. Five spectacular concerts, all at only $5 each throughout September and October. Tickets available at

    Luke Plumb and Stephen Lalor - From Tasmania and NSW, come two of our finest mandolin players, collaborating across musical genres and state borders. Available from 3:30pm, Sunday October 4th at

    Australian Shakuhachi Festival Concert - Featuring, from Japan, Kazushi Matama and Kaoru Kakizakai, and Australia-based  Lindsay Dugan. This collaborative concert brings together artists who are teaching at this year’s online Shakuhachi Festival, a collaboration from Australia and Japan. Available from 3:30pm, Sunday October 11th at

    Unknown Mirrors with Ryan Williams and Miyama McQueen-Tokita - Japan-based Miyama has collaborated with Melbourne’s recorder playing adventurer Ryan WIlliams, in a recording project: Your Ten is My Twelve. This is the first opportunity to hear and see their latest musical adventure. Available from 3:30pm, Sunday October 18th at

    Sweet Sound Ensemble - Persian-Australian singer, Shirin Majdteymouri has taken her performances across the world and the world is her source of inspiration. She sings in Farsi, Turkish, Spanish and English, drawing on the musical traditions of those cultures. For this Boite online concert she brings a collection of love songs. Available from 3:30pm, Sunday October 25th at

    Zulya and the Children of the Underground Trio - After years of travelling the world and sharing her original music with audiences all over, Zulya now invites the world to come in and join her at her most intimate, as she recalls the Tatar songs she and her parents, aunties and uncles would sing around the table during her childhood. With Zulya Kamalova on vocals, Andrew Tanner on bass and Anthony Schulz on Accordion. Available now at Available from 3:30 Sunday October 25.

    Bansuri Meditations, Sat 3rd Oct 2020, 8:30 am - Sat 31st Oct 2020, 9:30 am. The Boite and Subramanya Sastry invite you to a series of musical meditations exploring traditional Indian bamboo flute music as a conduit to relaxation and serenity. Delivered online, Subramanya will present a 1-hour musical meditation every Saturday morning, accessible from home, offering a relief from the stress and anxiety of these challenging and uncertain times. Subramanya Sastry is a passionate Bansuri flautist from India. The Bansuri Meditations will take place at: 8:30am Saturday October 3rd; 8:30am Saturday October 10th; 8:30am Saturday October 17th; 8:30am Saturday October 24th; 8:30am Saturday October 31st.

    Missed the concert? No problem! All the concerts in our "Adapt, not Cancel" series are available to watch at any time once they've been released. Go to for a list of all the events we have presented online in the "Adapt not cancel" series. Tickets are still available for all of our online concerts.

    Presented by The Boite in partnership with Harmonic Whale with support from Creative Victoria and Australia Council for the Arts.

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