Earshot Jazz Festival, spread over five weeks at 25 locations and concluding Sunday, did well in connecting fans, showcasing local talent, and accenting musical and cultural diversity. But it lacks high-profile names to draw more mainstream fans. After 58 concerts over five weeks at 25 locations, the sprawling annual marathon known as the Earshot Jazz Festival comes to an end Sunday.
Dawn Clement does it all at this year’s Earshot Jazz Festival, which begins Sunday, Oct. 8, and runs through Nov. 12. It was fun to watch Gal Gadot kick and punch her way through the fantasy frames of “Wonder Woman” this summer, but if you want to know what a real wonder woman does, check out Seattle pianist and vocalist Dawn Clement, artist in residence at this year’s Earshot Jazz Festival, which begins Sunday, Oct. 8, and runs through Nov. 12.
The Earshot Jazz Festival begins Sunday, Oct. 8, and runs through Nov. 12. Danilo Perez Trio: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11, the Triple Door. The Panamanian pianist reprises his classic 1996 tribute to Thelonious Monk, “Panamonk.”Mark Guiliana Jazz Quartet: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 12, the Triple Door. One of the most innovative percussionists in the electro-jazz genre, Guiliana has recently turned his attention to acoustic swing. Mostly Other People Do the Killing: 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13, Barboza.
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