THE CHAPEL: Chad McCullough and Wayne Horvitz; Brent Jensen / Krispen Hartung / Bill Anschell
The Chapel Performance Space (4639 Sunnyside Avenue North), 8:00pm

TULA’S JAZZ CLUB: Susan Pascal Quartet
2214 2nd Ave, 206-443-4221, 7:30pm

JAZZ ALLEY: Tower of Power
2033 6th Ave, 206-441-9729, 7:30 & 10:00pm

NEW ORLEANS: Thomas Marriott’s Flexicon<(1 year anniversary concert)
114 First Ave S, 206-622-2563, 8:00pm

LATONA PUB: Phil Sparks Trio
6423 Latona Avenue NE, 5:00 – 7:00pm, No Cover, 21+

AMORE: Lonnie Williams
2301 5th Ave, (206) 770-0606

BAKE’S PLACE: Butch Harrison and Good Company with special guest vocalist Josephine Howell
4135 Providence Point Dr. SE, Issaquah, 425-391-3335

BOXLEY’S: Bryan Urban’s Blue Oasis
101 West North Bend Way, North Bend, WA, 425-292-9307, 7:00pm

HIROSHI’S: Craig Hoyer Quartet
2501 Eastlake Ave E, 726-4966

LAKESIDE BISTRO: Mosby Cogswell w/ Chris Hyde
11425 Rainier Avenue South, Seattle, (206) 772-6891

EGAN’S BALLARD JAM HOUSE: 7PM: Jim Page and Rodney Cordner; 9pm: Momentum Jazz Quartet
1707 NW Market Street, Seattle, 206-789-1621

NORTH CITY BISTRO: Stephanie Porter & Friends
1520 NE 177th, Shoreline, (206) 365-4447, 8:00pm

VITO’S: Casey MacGill
927 9th Ave, Seattle, 8:00pm

GRAZIE: Michael Powers Group
23207 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Bothell, 425-402-9600, 7:00pm

UNIVERSITY PREP FOUNDER’S HALL: Seattle Jazz Composers Ensemble
8000 25th Ave NE, Seattle, 7:00pm
from Earshot: The Seattle Jazz Composers Ensemble presents the first of three concert programs for the 2011 season: Jazz Impressions of Classic Video Game Music. The concert features arrangements by composers Andrew Boscardin, Evan Flory-Barnes, Nate Omdal, Michael Owcharuk, Josh Rawlings, and Charlie Smith – large ensemble works written for 17-piece big band, featuring music from Metroid, Kid Icarus, Super Mario Bros., Castlevania, and Street Fighter 2. The Seattle Jazz Composers Ensemble (SJCE) exists to create and perform new compositions by Pacific Northwest composers and arrangers while providing sustainable opportunities for continuing education and work advancement for professional musicians. Within this context SJCE strives to provide the public with unique, compelling community events at the lowest cost possible, integrate cross-disciplinary elements to transcend the traditional concert format, showcase Pacific Northwest composers and musicians on a national level, and channel public and private funding directly into the hands of artists for their work. Their presentation of the music of classic video games is a family-friendly concert at University Prep Founder’s Hall (8000 25th Ave NE), March 25. Admission is $15 general, $8 students and seniors. More information at

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