June 09, 2023 - June 17, 2023

Image Credit: Kelley Sheenan

Embark on an unforgettable musical journey with Estampa, a world folk jazz band hailing from Brisbane, Australia. Featuring the mesmerising violin and soulful vocals of Rebecca Karlen, the guitar and banjo wizardry of Paul Henderson, the accordion virtuosity of John Reeves, and the rich double bass of Samuel Vincent, Estampa performances are a lively mix of world music that will transport you to the bustling streets of Paris, the sultry rhythms of Brazil, and beyond.

With joyful improvisations, intricate harmonies, and captivating storytelling, Estampa's performances are a must-see for jazz enthusiasts, world music lovers, and anyone seeking an unforgettable night out.

Having delighted audiences at prestigious festivals, such as the Woodford Folk Festival, the Brisbane International Jazz Festival, and Le Festival (the French Festival in Brisbane), Estampa is a four-piece tour de force of time traveling musical elegance.


Tour Dates 2023

Eudlo Hall

Friday 9 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 19 Rosebed St, Eudlo | Tickets:

Tom Atkin Hall

Saturday 10 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 433 Golden Four Dve, Tugun | Tickets:

Maleny Community Centre

Thursday 15 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 23 Maple St, Maleny | Tickets:

Majestic Theatre

Friday 16 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 3 Factory St, Pomona | Tickets:

Coolum Civic Centre

Saturday 17 June | Time: 7pm | Location: 2-4 Park St, Coolum Beach | Tickets:


Red Chair Pty Ltd is focused on responsible and safe management of our Staff, Contractors, Artists and Patrons. Our Work Health & Safety Plan for COVID-19 ensures we manage our obligations to keep people safe within our varied work environments.

If you are unwell or showing signs of COVID-19 please do not attend the event. Self-isolate and seek medical advice.

"This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. This initiative was supported through the Creative Industries Investment Program and is jointly funded by ArtsCoast through Sunshine Coast Council’s Art and Heritage Levy and the Regional Arts Development Fund in partnership with Queensland Government."