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Projects

Throughout the course of their musical lives, the members of Mamás Bravas have won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life. Performing at a variety of venues and making countless public appearances. This Melbourne-born ensemble is one of a kind, and is swiftly earning the admiration and affection of critics and fans alike. Get in touch to learn more about our musical expertise, repertoire and for booking enquiries.

¡Venga!

In 1606, Spanish explorer, Luís Vaz de Torres, was one of the first European explorers to encounter our ancient land, entering the straights between Australia and Papua New Guinea which are today named in his honour as the Torres Strait.

This programme is an exercise of imagination—a dialogue between musical styles and culture, delving into the “what if” of that first encounter in 1606—and the official immigration of Spaniards to Sydney and Melbourne during the nineteenth century, shaping Australian culture and building communities 

throughout our nation.

Tonadillera

In 1606, Spanish explorer, Luís Vaz de Torres, was one of the first European explorers to encounter our ancient land, entering the straights between Australia and Papua New Guinea which are today named in his honour as the Torres Strait.

This programme is an exercise of imagination—a dialogue between musical styles and culture, delving into the “what if” of that first encounter in 1606—and the official immigration of Spaniards to Sydney and Melbourne during the nineteenth century, shaping Australian culture and building communities 

throughout our nation.

Adversariu

In 1606, Spanish explorer, Luís Vaz de Torres, was one of the first European explorers to encounter our ancient land, entering the straights between Australia and Papua New Guinea which are today named in his honour as the Torres Strait.

This programme is an exercise of imagination—a dialogue between musical styles and culture, delving into the “what if” of that first encounter in 1606—and the official immigration of Spaniards to Sydney and Melbourne during the nineteenth century, shaping Australian culture and building communities 

throughout our nation.