The Randall Muir Trio offers you some home cookin’, a celebration of the music associated with all that is soulful, from home-cooked chitlins to hard bop, blues and jazz.

The instrumentation of these jazz sub-genres often included Hammond organ, which was considered a less sophisticated jazz instrument, but one deeply connected with gospel and the blues. Guitar and drums are the perfect compliment to the Hammond, and Tenor Saxophone completes the sound.
Great groups with this instrumentation include Jack McDuff’s quartets and Jimmy Smith’s collaborations with Kenny Burrell and Stanley Turrentine.

Playing the repertoire of these groups and others will be Alistair Dobson on Tenor Saxophone, Aaron Entresz on Guitar, Tom Robb on drumkit and Randall Muir on Hammond organ.

Tickets $25 each or four tickets for $80


Jazzamanca is presented by Salamanca Arts Centre, and supported by the Commonwealth Government’s Office of the Arts via the Live Music Fund.

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    Salamanca Art Centre’s 2022 programs are supported by the Commonwealth Government’s Office of the Arts via the RISE Fund.

Nick Haywood, returned to Melbourne a couple of years ago, after many years with the Hobart Con Jazz Studies Course and is still one of the most in demand bassists and educators on the Australian music scene. He is a top Jazz musician, a classic joke teller, and a wonderful Paella cook.

Dan Sulzberger began playing Jazz saxophone and piano at 11 years of age. He studied at both Queensland and UTAS Conservatorium’s completing his Bachelor of Music in 2006. His infectious sunny presence has touched and inspired many people awarding him The Jack Duffy Memorial Trophy for dedication and contribution to the Tasmanian Jazz scene in 2010.

Konrad Park needs little introduction to the Jazzamanca audience. A powerhouse drummer, who after thousands of hours listening to the Jazz greats, has developed into something more than just a drummer. He’s a musician – and a damn good one!

This could be the start of Somethin’ Else


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    Salamanca Art Centre’s 2022 programs are supported by the Commonwealth Government’s Office of the Arts via the RISE Fund.

This event is part of Winter Light 2022 and is presented by Salamanca Arts Centre

This concert pays homage to the likes of Earl Hines, Fats Waller, Bobby Timmons, Thelonious Monk, Horace Silver, Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul and more!


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The Ted Vining Trio

Ted Vining is renowned as perhaps the most assertive, hardest swinging drummer/bandleader in Australian Jazz. His style is based on idols such as ‘Philly’ Joe Jones, Art Blakey, Elvin Jones, and Australia’s Stewart Speer.

In 1970 Ted formed a partnership with pianist Bob Sedergreen and bassist Barry Buckley, which lasted a phenomenal 37 years until Barry’s death in 2006. Current bass player, Gareth Hill, has filled the gap beautifully and contributes enormously to the distinctive sound of the Trio; a sound heavily and delightfully dominated by the pianistic artistry of the great Bob Sedergreen.


Proudly presented by Salamanca Arts Centre and curated by Ted Vining.

“Introducing Mia Palencia with The Rhythm Section”

Prior to calling Tasmania home, at the age of sixteen, Malaysian-born Mia Palencia fell headlong into the music industry. as the one half of well-loved Sabahan Jazz duo, Double Take. Since then she has recorded and released seven albums, toured extensively across Asia and Australia – performing in small cafes, stadiums, and everything in between.

Mia currently teaches songwriting and contemporary voice at UTas Conservatorium of Music. For her debut performance at Jazzamanca, Mia will be groovily supported by “The Rhythm Section” comprising Matt Boden (piano), Hamish Houston (bass), and Tom Robb (drums).

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    Salamanca Art Centre’s 2022 programs are supported by the Commonwealth Government’s Office of the Arts via the RISE Fund.