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World tour on a musical passport

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This concert presents an eclectic mix of music from various cultures and genres. The band takes the audience on a musical journey, beginning with a lively Swedish contemporary folk cover of Väsen, followed by a sultry French gypsy bossa. The band also showcases their ability to weave together traditional and contemporary sounds, with a Swedish traditional wedding polska.



Emotive performances of French chanson and an original composition inspired by African music highlight the band's musical prowess, while a unique interpretation of Vivaldi's Presto movement from Summer captivates the audience with its distinctive instrumentation. The concert pays homage to the band's roots with a Swedish traditional folk ballad and features beautiful renditions of a Latin American folk ballad from Argentina and an Italian bossa nova.

The concert concludes with an original folk composition and Brazilian choro, followed by a French chanson based on a Peruvian waltz and a unique arrangement of a Norwegian folk piece. This concert promises a diverse and captivating experience, showcasing the band's unique musical style and arrangements.

Estampa is a Brisbane based quartet that blends elements of world, folk, and jazz music. Their performances evoke the charm of Parisian streets, the passion of South American culture, and the haunting beauty of Swedish folk music. The group's distinct instrumentation, fusing together a diverse range of unconventional instruments, creates a captivating and dynamic sound that is sure to enthrall any listener. Experience an eclectic performance that will transport you to a 1930's Parisian jazz club, the streets of São Paulo or the joyous Midsummer celebrations in Scandinavia. Estampa is composed of Rebecca Karlen on violin, viola, nyckelharpa and vocals, Paul Henderson on guitar and banjo, John Reeves on button accordion, and Samuel Vincent on double bass. Each member brings their own diverse musical background to the group.

Rebecca Karlen Violin, Viola, Nyckelharpa, Voice

Paul Henderson Acoustic Guitar, Banjo

John Reeves Button Accordion

Samuel Vincent Double Bass

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