Earshot Jazz Live at the The Forum at Town Hall Seattle

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Marina Albero, the 2018 winner of the Golden Ear Emerging Artist Award, plays the hammered dulcimer a psalterium mallet instrument

Marina Albero photo by Daniel Sheehan.

Presented by Earshot Jazz and Town Hall Seattle.

7:30pm. Live stream
Free—Donations welcome.

Important Note: In light of evolving restrictions on gatherings, these livestream events are subject to change. Please check earshot.org for updates. Thanks for your support and understanding during this unprecedented time!


APRIL 4

Marina Albero photo by Lisa Hagen Glynn

Marina Albero Group, Plus the announcement of the Seattle Jazz Award Recipients—The recent Barcelona transplant brings Spanish inflections to stunning jazz piano technique and a fascinating approach to the hammered dulcimer. This special evening also includes the much-anticipated announcement of the annual Golden Ear and Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame Award recipients.

APRIL 11

Jacqueline Tabor sings at the Seattle Jazz Showcase. part of the 2019 Earshot Jazz Festival at the Town Hall Forum
Jacqueline Tabor photo by Daniel Sheehan

Jacqueline Tabor—This soulful, award-winning jazz vocalist has been gaining wider recognition through her work as featured vocalist with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra. Tonight, she unveils a new ensemble of Seattle jazz masters.

APRIL 18

Kate Olson photo by Daniel Sheehan

Kate Olson Ensemble—Saxophonist/educator Kate Olson brings a distinctive creative spark to every piece of music. Her quartet, often known as the KO Ensemble, is fluid and inventive, moving the art form ever forward with distinct nods of respect for its traditions.

APRIL 25

Pending. Check back for updates.

MAY 2

Jeff Johnson, Rick Mandyck and John Bishop playing bass, saxophone, and drums.
Jeff Johnson, Rick Mandyck, & John Bishop by Daniel Sheehan

MMBJ—Rick Mandyck, Thomas Marriott, John Bishop, and Jeff Johnson. Four of the most prominent artists from the evolving pantheon of Seattle-jazz greats. Saxophonist Rick Mandyck and trumpeter Thomas Marriott front the unique piano-less rhythm section of John Bishop, on drums, and Jeff Johnson, on bass.

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April 3, 2020