Seattle Art Museum Downtown 1300 First Avenue, Seattle Performances held at 5:30 PM on the 2nd Thursday
of every month. Free with museum admission.
of the Seattle Asian Art Museum
Indra (Nepal, 13th Century, Bronze, 10 x 8 x 5
1/2 in., Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection, 51.101)
We are pleased to continue the collaboration with the good people at the Seattle Art Museum in programming and presenting the Art of Jazz Series, now in it's 17th year. The after-work concerts are free with museum admission -- a great bargain given the two-for-one line up of fine jazz and art exhibits set for 2013.
We are grateful to the Seattle Art Museum for their support of this series, and for inviting us to be a part of it. Thanks, too, to KPLU Radio for their support of the Art of Jazz. We'd especially like to thank Jim Wilke, who records most of the concerts for broadcast on his Jazz Northwest program, Sunday afternoons, from 1 to 2pm on 88.5, KPLU.
Join us for the Art of Jazz, 5:30 to 7:30, Seattle Art Museum Downtown.
2013 Line Up
January 10 Greta Matassa Group
Dmitri Matheny Group
March 14 Bernie Jacobs Quartet
April 11 The Deardorf/Peterson Group with special guests
Richard Cole on sax, Bill Anschell on piano and John Bishop on drums
May 9 Tineke Postma Quartet
July 11 TBA
August 8 TBA
September 12 TBA
October 10 TBA
November 14 TBA
December 12 TBA
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programs, assists jazz artists, increases listenership,
complements existing services and programs, and networks
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