Jasmine Hall

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Jasmine Hall was born into a musical family and has sung and played music all her life. She received a scholarship to Marryatville High School’s Special Interest Music Program where she played in the award-winning big bands and choirs. Jasmine completed her Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance (Advanced) at the University of Adelaide in 2021. She received the COMA Emerging Jazz Writers Award in 2022, the Helpmann Academy’s award for Outstanding Trombonist in 2021 and the Marjorie Garner Orchestral Scholarship for Trombone in 2020.

Jasmine was lead trombone in the University of Adelaide’s Big Band in 2020 and 2021 and was selected as trombone 2 in the ANJO Youth Big Band for 2022, performing at the Sydney and Perth Jazz Festivals in that same year.  She was the principal trombonist in the Adelaide Youth Orchestra in 2017 and 2018. Jasmine has been a backing singer and/or trombonist for artists including Tina Arena, Mark Holden, Rhonda Burchmore, Rachael Beck and Eddie Perfect. Jasmine performs regularly as both a singer and trombonist in her original band ‘minnie little’, and at various jazz venues and corporate events around Adelaide. 

Minnie Little is a five-piece folk/pop/prog group led by Jasmine Hall. Their music is characterised by contemporary harmony, odd time signatures, latin-based grooves, and heartfelt lyrics inspired by real life (and a healthy dose of Disney). 


Jasmine Hall - Vocals/Trombone/Composer

Ciara Ferguson - Piano/Vocals

Jack Overall - Cello

Tasha Stevens - Bass

Lewis Todd - Drums