QMC Queensland Multicultural Centre
BEMAC Unplugged: Inessa – Golden Wreath
May 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The day she finished university, she packed her guitar and set off to explore the world. She has spent time living, studying music and performing on the Black Sea, Moscow, Egypt, Spain, USA and has now happily settled in Australia.
The celebrate the release of her latest album “Golden Wreath”, Innessa performs a thoughtfully crafted concert of her new music, with the whimsical, enigmatic elements that are core to her style. Alongside her unique and multi-dimensional music, Innessa shares stories of an immigrant and her musical journey in a foreign country. For this performance, she will be joined by ethnic multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Drozdovskii (balalaika, accordion and violin) and other special guests.
After experimenting with the sound for the last few years, Innessa found her niche infusing alternative folk with the Slavic influences of her cultural background. With four studio albums in her name, Innessa has performed at some of Australia’s largest festivals like the Canberra Multicultural Folk Festival and the Woodford Folk Festival and has, several times, been a finalist in the Queensland Music Awards.
Presented in partnership with VENTspace.
About BEMAC Unplugged
BEMAC Unplugged is a series of shows that recreate the intimate vibe of BEMAC’s shows at Yungaba, showcasing diverse talent and inviting cross-cultural collaboration. For more information about BEMAC’s program of upcoming events, visit bemac.org.au/season/
7:30pm, Friday, May 24
23 Glenelg Street, South Brisbane
Tickets $25: events.humanitix.com/bemac-unplugged-inessa-golden-wreath/tickets
More info: bemac.org.au
We encourage all guests to use public transport. VENTspace is only a 5-minute walk from the South Bank train and bus stations, serviced by many routes. You can find more info about how to get there at https://jp.translink.com.au/plan-your-journey/journey-planner
BEMAC is a subsidiary of Settlement Services International (SSI), supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.