october, 2020

27oct11:00 amMZAZA: The Birth and Death of Stars


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(Tuesday) 11:00 am


Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre

58 Goondoon Street

Event Details

Award-winning six-piece group MZAZA provides Balkan and French sounds for sophisticated folk lovers around the world. Led by enchanting French-Sephardic vocalist Pauline Maudy, these incredible musicians from Bosnia, Brazil, France and Australia will mesmerise you with inspired performances and draw you into a world that knows no borders.


Tuesday, 27 October 2020

All tickets $5

We ask that you do not attend if you have returned from overseas or a COVID-19 Hotspot in the last 14 days, have cold or flu like symptoms, have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days.

Book together to sit together!

This event is occurring within the GECC’s Exhibition Hall in Cabaret-style seating. Cabaret tables seat up to 6 people and will be configured for each social group (i.e., if you purchase 2 tickets you, will have your own table; if you purchase 6 tickets, you will have your own table). Attendees will not be seated with strangers at a table. If you have a social group of more than 6 people, please contact the box office to arrange tickets.

Tables will be placed to ensure social distancing.


With accordion, exotic strings and percussion, MZAZA embraces diversity, the old and the new, the familiar and the foreign. Their intense live shows have enraptured audiences across Australia and Europe and earned them supports with Baba Zula (Turkey), Violent Femmes (USA) and DJ Click (France).

In 2020, MZAZA is releasing their third studio album, The Birth and Death of Stars which was recorded in Athens. The album explores the disconnect between humans and the world around them through metaphors of Greek mythology, philosophy and astronomy.

MZAZA have received two Queensland Music Awards (2015, 2016), had six tracks Highly Commended (2011, 2015, 2016) and are finalists for  ‘Best Song – World Music’ in the 2020 QMAs.


Tour supported by The Playing Queensland Fund and arTour, initiatives of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.