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Duke Ellington’s wonderful “Sacred Music” is both serious and swinging. It is a reverent and hip body of jazz composition, written late in his career, for jazz big band, vocal and instrumental soloists, and tap dancers.
For the past 30+ years, Earshot Jazz has presented an annual concert of Ellington’s Sacred Music. This year’s concert features the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, co-directed by Michael Brockman and Clarence Acox; guest vocalists Dee Daniels and Jacqueline Tabor; and special guest tap dancer Alex Dugdale.
Audiences may attend the concert in person or livestreamed.
Note: While the choir component of this program is well-loved, due to the unpredictability of the COVID virus and for the health and safety of performers, staff, and audiences, the Northwest Chamber Chorus under the direction of Mark Kloepper will not be performing this year.
Tickets range from $10-$50.
Purchase tickets at the Earshot Jazz website, available here.
About Earshot Jazz
Formed in 1984, Earshot Jazz supports the growing community of jazz artists in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. Their mission is to cultivate a vibrant jazz community to ensure the legacy and progression of the art form by engaging audiences, celebrating artists, and supporting arts education.
Presented by Earshot Jazz.