Jack Straw Fall Audio Workshops

Jack Straw Cultural Center’s fall audio workshops are open. Workshops are led by Jack Straw Cultural Center Engineer, Tom Stiles, who’ll work with participants to improve their studio skills or get that first introduction to the world of audio recording and editing. Upcoming workshops include Intro to Podcasting on November 10, Intro to Digital Audio Editing on November 15, and Microphone Workshop on November 16. To sign up or for more information email [email protected]

Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra’s 28th Season

The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra (SRJO) has an exciting 2022-23 season of five concerts featuring the full 17-piece ensemble performing live from their regular concert halls. SRJO presents Seattle’s top jazz players sharing the stage for special performances with internationally acclaimed guest artists. The entire 2022-23 is presented in tribute to the centenary of the birth of composer/bassist Charles Mingus, and some of his works will be included in each concert throughout the year, in addition to the February 2023 concerts that are a special celebration dedicated entirely to the Mingus legacy. Subscription series packages are available. Discounts are available on single-ticket sales to seniors, students, and groups. Most SRJO concerts sell out, so advance purchase is highly recommended. For ticketing information please visit srjo.org. Tickets to the Duke Ellington Sacred Concert are available at earshot.org.

Jerry Stoll: Jazz Icons at the Monterey Jazz Festival Exhibit

Jeffrey Moose Gallery is exhibiting the exquisite black & white works of San Francisco photographer, filmmaker, writer, and social activist Jerry Stoll, now through November 29. The gallery is located on Bainbridge Island and owned by Jeffrey Moose, drummer/vocalist for the gypsy jazz group Ranger and the Re-Arrangers. Many of the photos are available for sale as prints in a variety of sizes. For more details visit jeffreymoosegallery.com.

Jerry Stoll (1923-2004), working as the official photographer for the Monterey Jazz Festival’s first eight years, had a window into a pivotal time in jazz history as the big band scene gave way to be bop, cool jazz and, regionally, a distinctive West Coast sound. His shots of Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington and Billy Holiday contrast with those of the new era, such as Thelonius Monk, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman.   

GivingTuesday

GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of radical generosity, created in 2012 with the simple idea to dedicate a day that encourages people to do good. Celebrated annually on November 29, it has since grown into a year-round global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. Join the movement and give—each Tuesday and every day—whether it’s some of your time, a donation, or the power of your voice in your local community. Whether that’s donating to local jazz organizations, attendance & presence at a show, sharing a record—every act of generosity counts and everyone has something to contribute toward building the better world we all want to live in.

2023 Fellowship Awards Applications Open

The 2023 Artist Trust Fellowship Awards are open now through November 7. Artist Trust Fellowships are merit-based awards of $10,000 for practicing professional artists of exceptional talent and ability residing in Washington State. These unrestricted awards are given annually to 8+ artists of any discipline in recognition of artistic excellence and dedication to their practice. Artist Trust offers resources on their webpage on how to apply for their grants. For these tips or to apply visit artisttrust.org/grants.

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October 31, 2022