Barossa Regional Gallery

Visual Arts And Music Centre

JANUARY - JUNE 2017 PROGRAM

Music Events

Every Wednesday 11.30am - 12.00 noon - The 1877 Hill & Son Grand Organ


A sound taste.....

Hear the 1877 Grand Organ being played

View the inner workings

Learn how a community of devoted volunteers restored this jewel of an instrument.


Where: The Regional Gallery, Basedow Road, Tanunda

When: Every Wednesday at 11.30am

Cost: $5 donation to the on-going maintenance of the Organ


A unique Experience!




SONGROOM WITH THE JOHN FLANAGAN TRIO


When: Sat 3 June, doors open at 7.00pm

Where: The Regional Gallery, Basedow Road, Tanunda

Cost: $30 per ticket

To Book: email  [email protected] for ticket info


John Flanagan Trio launch their new single ‘Beauty On The Bottom’, the first release from their forthcoming album. Fast becoming a favourite on the Australian Folk Festival circuit, the John Flanagan Trio somehow manages to transcend the sum of its impressive parts. John Flanagan’s engaging storytelling, uplifting melodies and warm vocal timbre have seen him draw comparisons to James Taylor and Paul Kelly and described as “one of Australia’s finest lyricists” (Timber and Steel); Liz Frencham has a remarkable stage presence and creativity in her double bass playing and has played alongside artists of international renown; Dan Watkins is recognised as one of the finest young bluegrass pickers in the country on guitar and mandolin. Together they combine 70s folk singer-songwriter influences with a contemporary Americana/bluegrass sound. In 2016 John released his latest album, which was recorded in Nashville with producer Viktor Krauss and was nominated for best Folk/Roots Album in the Age Music Victoria Awards. With tight arrangements and soaring 3-part harmonies they deliver a dynamic and energetic live show that can vary from humorous and uplifting to moving and thoughtful.