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Episode 16: Asian Persuasion

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Episode 16: Asian Persuasion features Asian Brisbane musicians, Flora Wong (violinist) and Cara Tran (pianist). In this episode we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of being an Asian musician in the Brisbane music scene, and what we represent as role models of race - from our cultural influences of Asia and Australia to our impact as individuals for the future generation.

BrisAsia Festival features rich culture, traditions and an atmosphere that celebrates Brisbane’s cultural diversity. The festival showcases Asian dance, visual arts, food, music, film and more. From breakdancing competitions to live concerts, and colourful cosplay events – there’s something for everyone! Back for its eighth year on February 1st to 29th in 2020, it was held across multiple venues, such as SunPAC, Visible Ink Youth Hub, QPAC, Queen Street Mall, Aspley Central, Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre and more. Keep your eyes and ears out for the annual festival! For updates head to www.brisbane.qld.gov.au.

Music Credit
Opening Theme by Daniel Kassulke
Winterstate - First Movement (Live Performance) by Chris Perren
Flora Wong and Luke Cuerel Improvisation (Live) at Kin-Makers 3
Winterstate - Second Movement (Live Performance) by Chris Perren
Baliya (Premiere Live Performance)by Brenda Gifford
Samurai Loops (Live Performance) by Chris Perren