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NEW MELBOURNE FOLK CLUB: KHRISTIAN MIZZI + DOMINI FORSTER
March 30 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
⭐️ New Melbourne Folk Club ⭐️
The Brunswick Ballroom will host the launch of the New Melbourne Folk Club with a residency that will see singer-songwriter luminaries from Melbourne and beyond take to the stage every Wednesday in March! ✨
Week 5 features KHRISTIAN MIZZI and DOMINI FORSTER with rising star Hannah Schmidli opening the night.
Stay tuned as more line-ups are coming very soon! ✨
EVERY WEDNESDAY IN MARCH
SHOW STARTS: 7:30
TICKETS available via Brunswick Ballroom website
Hannah Schmidli 7.30pm – 7.55pm
Domini Forster 8.15pm – 9pm
Khristian Mizzi 9.15pm – 10pm
Domini Forster leads you through the dusk-lit corridors of her intricate song stories, each
scene as intimate and lovelorn as tea-stained lace. Her distinctive voice shifts effortlessly
from commanding call to lilting, whisper-close falsetto, earning her comparisons to the likes
of Laura Marling and Joni Mitchell.
A Naarm/Melbourne based artist and past recipient of the Darebin Songwriters award,
Domini is a well-respected songwriter in the Australian scene. Her album Raven received a
9/10 from Beat Magazine and features in the PBS Top 10 and the RRR Soundscape.
‘Raven is one of the most impressive local releases in the last twelve months…a compelling and
intricate album with a dark narrative arc’ – The Northsider
Domini is currently touring nationally in support of her recent release Animal In Hiding, a
collaboration with multi ARIA Award winning artist Lior, which received 4.5 star reviews in
both The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. Catch them at Port Fairy Folk Festival and The
National Folk Festival amongst many others.
You could hear a pin drop in the silent wave that sprawls across the audience when Khristian Mizzi begins to sing. His presence both on and off stage projects a unique warmth and a friendly openness which is his way of inviting people into his world with songs that meet them in theirs.
More than just a few have said that “Khristian Mizzi’s songs take them to a place they’d forgotten in themselves”. Well crafted stories which draw hopeful and heartwarming wisdoms found in the people and places we experience.
With a ‘strong and gentle’ voice, and an art for weaving beauty and truth into the words of each song, Khristian Mizzi reaches the hearts of his audiences with performances that are joyful, uplifting, confronting, spiritual, comedic and vulnerable all at once.
He has been described by other musicians as having ‘one of Australia’s finest voices’ leaving listeners feeling as though they have experienced something truly special. Poetic lyrics, meandering melodies and ‘a voice which truly moves people’, along with a unique picking style, Mizzi really is a complete artist and is becoming renowned for his intimate performances and thoughtful songs. throughout the country.
Khristian has spent most of his life dedicated to his work as a songwriter and performer and has been working as a solo artist for over a decade. He is a genuine music lover and this is reflected in his song writing, drawing inspiration from the Contemporary Folk era of the early 1970’s. Born in Moe (Gippsland), Victoria, he spent his early twenties balancing young fatherhood and life as a travelling musician.
2017 saw him receive the Troubadour Artist of the Year award which assisted with his first solo EP release.
2019 saw Khristian release his first full length album. ‘Some Other Morning’ was the result of a year of work captured in one 10 track strong recording. Featuring songs which have become anthems at various Folk Festivals around the country.
More recently, he has performed as headline act at various Regional Concert Halls, House Concerts and has performed at numerous Festivals around the country where he continues to captivate capacity audiences. His songs have had an overwhelming public response which continues to grow.
in 2021 Khristian was awarded Folk Alliance ‘Best Australian solo Artist of the Year’.