IS THAT JAZZ? – Bill SmithTrio and Threat of Beauty
The Chapel Performance Space, 4639 Sunnyside Avenue North, 8pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Greta Matassa Quartet

JAZZ ALLEY: Robben Ford, Michael Landau, Jimmy Haslip, Gary Novak

SERAFINA: Alex Guilbert Trio

7pm – Dawson Taylor Trio, w/ Tony Beaulaurier (guitar) and Joe Casalini (bass)
9pm – Penelope Donado and Chip Parker, Jazz & Bossa, w/ Ed Weber (piano), Chuck Kistler (bass), Robert Rushing (drums)
11pm – Jim Knodle and the Distract Band

LOCAL COLOR: Julie Olsen

LUCID: Jamasaurus Rex

GRAZIE: Ruel Lubag Trio

BOXLEY’S: Karen Shivers Quartet

LOMBARDI’S: Marcus Brothers Trio

CONCERT: Jazz It Up! w/ Jeff Kashiwa
Shorecrest Performing Arts Center (15343 25th Ave NE), 7:30

CONCERT: Jo Lawry w/ Bill Anschell
more info:, Auburn, 7:30

BAKE’S PLACE: In the Key of Cornish
From Earshot Jazz: Featuring Randy Halberstadt, Dawn Clement, and Jovino Santos Neto of Seattle’s Cornish College of the Arts, this performance presents an opportunity to hear three greatly talented and wildly diverse pianists play in an intimate Issaquah performance space. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Jovino Santos Neto blurs the boundaries between classical music, jazz, and indigenous Brazilian music with his virtuosic piano playing and complex compositions. Pianist Dawn Clement is herself a Cornish Alum, and balances a hectic schedule of composing, teaching, performing with fellow-faculty member Julian Priester, Jane Ira Bloom, the Seattle Pianist Collective, and leading her own trio with Matt Wilson and Dean Johnson. Randy Halberstadt performs throughout the Pacific Northwest and is an accomplished pianist, arranger, composer, author, and professor of music theory. The three pianists will be joined on stage by Cornish faculty Mark Ivester (drums) and Chuck Deardord (bass). Bake’s Place is located at 4135 Providence Point Dr SE, Issaquah. The performance is at 7:45pm, with an optional dinner at 6pm

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