Want to feel the energy and emotion of live music while you’re stuck behind closed doors? In collaboration with Earshot Jazz, Town Hall is streaming live Saturday jazz concerts at the end of March and the first three weeks of April, directly from our stages!
What about the virus?
On March 23, Governor Inslee issued a shelter-in-place order for all individuals, with the exception of essential workforce. That description of essential workforce includes allowances for “artists and musicians providing services through streaming,” provided guidelines around safe assembly are also followed. No more than 10 artists and technicians will be present at these events, and social distancing and enhanced hygienic measures will be employed.
Town Hall and Earshot Jazz agree that music is essential to surviving, even thriving, during this health crisis–and we’re committed to offering live music that supports the health of our local artists, even as it fills your heart and moves your spirit. Whatever else you feel like moving, too.
3/28 Alex Dugdale Quartet
Seattle’s favorite tap-dancing saxophonist takes the stage backed by a hard swinging trio of piano, bass, and drums.
4/4 Marina Albero Group
This Barcelona transplant brings Spanish inflections to stunning jazz piano technique and a fascinating approach to the hammer dulcimer.
4/11 Jacqueline Tabor
Award-winning vocalist Jacqueline Tabor showcases signature bluesy vocals—and unveils a new ensemble of Seattle jazz masters.
4/18 Kate Olson Ensemble
Joined by a fluid and inventive quartet, saxophonist Kate Olson brings her distinctive energy to Town Hall.
Add some groove to your Saturday nights with weekly concerts from Town Hall and Earshot Jazz! Visit these artists’ web pages to learn more about Alex Dugdale, Marina Albero, Jacqueline Tabor, and Kate Olson.