The Earshot Jazz Festival kicks off Friday night, October 19th with a huge night of music.

For more information, visit the Earshot Festival Website.

Friday, October 19 McCaw Hall, 8pm
Ahmad Jamal

Pianist Ahmad Jamal has infused small jazz ensembles with an orchestral spirit for decades. This living legend, an NEA Jazz Master, appears with the latest of his timeless trios.
$75, $40, $35, $30 general (Gold Circle seating available)

Friday, October 19 Triple Door, 7pm & 9:30pm
Roosevelt High School Jazz Band w/ Frank Tiberi

This year, the Roosevelt High School Jazz Band, which won the nation’s premier prize for high school jazz, the Essentially Ellington Competition, appears with the Woody Herman Band veteran saxophonist and leader.
$20 general / $18 discount

Friday, October 19 Kirkland Performance Center, 8pm
T.S. Monk Sextet
Rachael Price

A student of Max Roach by age 10, and the son and bandmate of Thelonious Monk, T.S. Monk is a hard-swinging drummer and musical tour de force. Rising-star jazz siren Rachael Price also appears with her group.
Adults $29 / Sr $20 / Youth $15

Fri, October 19 & Sat, October 20 Tula’s Restaurant, 8:30pm
Jimmy Greene Quartet

The tenor saxophonist and Jacky McLean disciple brings classical training to bear on his exuberant, original jazz.
$15 general / $13 discount CALL 206-443-4221 FOR RESERVATIONS

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