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Sat 6/26, 2021, 7:30pm
Town Hall Seattle & Earshot Jazz present
Johnaye Kendrick
Presented Virtually & In-Person
In order to safely host guests in our building, we are only offering in-person tickets via presale. Once they are sold out, there will be no walk-up or standby tickets available. If you plan to attend in person, please review the Attendance Guidelines below.
Attendance Guidelines for In-Person Events

  • In-person event capacity will be limited to accommodate social distancing.
  • Town Hall’s HVAC system was recently upgraded with new filters to ensure audience safety.
  • Staff will be masked and performers are fully vaccinated. Guests will be required to keep masks on while in the building.
  • Seats will be assigned in the Great Hall (at least 6ft from others) and guests will be ushered there by a staff member.
  • Guests will be required to remain in their assigned seating area throughout the evening.
  • Restrooms will be open.
  • With physical distancing measures in place, audience members will not be required to be vaccinated to attend.
  • There will be no food or drinks allowed or for sale in the building.
  • Priority Member Seating will not be available.

($10 – $15)
Saturday, June 26, 2021, 7:30PM

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The Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101

Tune in for a concert filled with jazz vocalist Kendrick’s signature expressive tones, and bright, warm disposition.

DownBeat-acclaimed vocalist and Thelonious Monk Institute graduate Johnaye Kendrick is a revered professor at Cornish College of the Arts and a much sought-after artist. Jimmy Keith effused that “Kendrick is not just a vocalist. She is a complete musician with a beautiful instrument and open ears.” Known for her perfect pitch and extraordinary range, Kendrick’s two albums Here and Flying, which include many of her originals, received rave reviews. Paul Rauch on Flying praises her “exquisite phrasing” and “lyrics [that] are so personal, and so richly delivered.” Equally adept at interpreting jazz standards, Kendrick often accompanies herself on harmonium, violin, and other instruments.

Kendrick is joined by her first-rate Seattle band, which includes pianist John Hansen, bassist Chris Symer, and drummer D’Vonne Lewis.


Presented by Town Hall Seattle and Earshot Jazz.

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