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JAZZAMANCA | Is there a Doctor in the House?

Saturday 30th April
The Founders Room
7.30pm – 10.00pm
Doors at 7pm


Tony Gould – Piano
Nick Haywood – Bass
Ted Vining – Drums
Special Guest – Patrick Lefevre (Saxophone)

Dr Tony Gould has made an outstanding contribution to Australian music over the course of a career spanning more than 50 years.

As an extraordinary pianist, composer and pioneering music educator, Gould has brought a unique voice to Australian Jazz, in both performance and music education.

Nick Haywood and Ted Vining need little or no introduction to Jazz audiences across Australia – both dedicated to excellence.

Patrick Lefevre is a Melbourne-born saxophonist and composer quickly emerging into the music scene in Australia. Predominantly performing within the jazz and improvised music traditions, he has also played professionally across a diverse range of other genres as a sideman and bandleader. Patrick completed post-graduate studies at the James Morrison Academy of Music and has studied with well-renowned musicians including Tony Gould, James Morrison, Carl Mackey, and Mat Jodrell.  Highlights of his career include a national tour with trumpeter James Morrison, and performances at the Sydney Opera House and Hamer Hall. He has performed at festivals across Australia and is a member of the Australian National Youth Big Band. He was a Generations in Jazz James Morrison Scholarship Finalist in 2019 and was the winner of the Athenaeum Jazz Award in 2022. Most recently Patrick has been performing and touring with his collaborative group, ‘New Exchange’.

Gould, Lefevre, Haywood, Vining will bring it all together at Jazzamanca on Saturday 30th April – not to be missed!

All guests are reminded of the following entry requirements and to practice COVID Safe Behaviours including:
– Check-In via the Check In Tas app
– Sanitising hands upon entry
– Maintain Physical Distancing (1.5m)
– If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend (we will see you another time!)
If guests are not enjoying a beverage, guests must wear a face mask at all times.





Salamanca Arts Centre’s Live Music Program is supported by the Commonwealth Government’s Office of the Arts via the RISE Fund.

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