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April 1

Bucket-O-Blessings: He is Risen!

Earshot Jazz Presents: Chris Speed Trio with Chris Tordini and Dave King
April 2

Earshot Jazz: Golden Ear and Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame Awards
April 3

Casa de la Trova hosted by SuperSones
April 4

Gaelynn Lea // Arthur Anderson
April 5

Vivian Leva & Riley Calcagno
April 6

Earshot Jazz Presents: Kavita Shah & Francois Moutin

The Highsteppers Classic Soul Revue
April 7

Tangled Rainbows Presents Olivier Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time

Joe Casalini, acoustic bass and Michael Biller, guitar: An evening of jazz duets

Orchestra Zarabanda // Banda Vagos
April 8

Visual Musician & Friends

Seattle Tap Jam
April 9

Pete Zimmer Quartet
April 10

Not-So-Silent Films with Dave Keenan & Nova Devonie
April 11

Comfort Food
April 12

New Age Flamenco
April 13

Joe Casalini, acoustic bass and Michael Biller, guitar: An evening of jazz duets

Tumbao
April 14

Small Change

Rat City Brass
April 15

JazzED: New Works Ensemble

Cornish Ensembles at the Royal Room
April 16

Christian Pincock’s Scrambler
April 17

Not-So-Silent Films with Dave Keenan & Nova Devonie
April 18

322 // Velocity
April 19

Earshot Jazz Presents: Lionel Loueke Trio w/ Massimo Biolcati & Ferenc Nemeth (TWO SHOWS)
April 20

High Pulp // Shakewell
April 21

"Lucas Lift"- A Benefit Variety Show

Prince: A Memorial Celebration
April 22

Earshot Jazz Presents: Jaimeo Brown Transcendence (TWO SHOWS)
April 23

Gurf Morlix // Christopher Michael Meyer
April 24

Not-So-Silent Films with Dave Keenan & Nova Devonie
April 25

Jazz Night School
April 26

Sonando: Hot Afro-Cuban Jazz

Naomi Moon Siegel Band
April 27

Zony Mash // Sweeter Than The Day // The Robin Holcomb Band
April 28

International Jazz Day Concert - featuring award-winning singer/songwriter, Eugenie Jones
April 29

North Corner Chamber Orchestra
April 30

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Bucket-O-Blessings: He is Risen!

5:00pm | Doors at 4:30pm

Bucket-O-Blessings (Bobbi Jo Blessings, Sylvia O’Stayformore and Honey Bucket) has resurrected themselves just in time for Easter! Join us on Easter Sunday April 1st for a very special evening of songs, puppet shows and flannel board presentations. Blessed Be.

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Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Earshot Jazz Presents: Chris Speed Trio with Chris Tordini and Dave King

8:30pm | Doors at 7:45pm

Tickets: $18 general / $16 Earshot members & seniors (60+) / $10 students & military/veterans
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Chris Speed is a composer, clarinetist and saxophonist, and is “one of the principal figures in a dynamic left-of-center jazz/improv scene in the city” (NYTimes). His own bands include Endangered Blood, Human Feel, yeah NO, Trio Iffy, Pachora and The Clarinets. He is a founding member of Jim Black’s Alas No Axis and John Hollenbeck’s Claudia Quintet (two of the most influential working bands today), works with Uri Caine (deconstructing works by Mahler, Mozart, Bach, Schoenberg, Gershwin) and maintains a busy career of touring, recording, performing, composing, practicing and teaching. Current projects include work with Craig Taborn’s Heroic Frenzies, Michael Formanek’s Ensemble Kolossus, Dave King’s Trucking Co., Matt Mitchell Quartet, Mary Halvorson’s Reverse Blue, Banda de los Muertos (NYC’s only Banda band), as well as touring his latest project, Endangered Blood (with Black, Trevor Dunn and Oscar Noriega) which was featured on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts in 2012. (Endangered Blood 2010, Work Your Magic 2013 Skirl). “Speed’s Endangered Blood originals stand out as his most melodically generous, accessible and warm batch of compositions he’s yet to produce.” –DownBeat
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Monday, April 2, 2018

Earshot Jazz: Golden Ear and Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame Awards

7:00pm | Doors at 6:00pm

If you want to donate in advance, there are three tiers of tickets available.
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Earshot Jazz initiated the Golden Ear Awards in 1990 to recognize the accomplishments of Seattle jazz artists over the previous year, and to induct significant members of the jazz community into the local Jazz Hall of Fame. Over the years, the award categories have shifted slighty, but the essence of the process has remained the same.

7pm – Delvon Lamar Organ Trio
8pm – Awards Ceremony hosted by Jim Wilke
9pm – More music with the Delvon Lamar Organ Trio

Cast your vote by March 26.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

The Salute Sessions

10:00pm (Lounge)

A themed weekly jam session that focuses on a variety of jazz masters, currently featuring a salute to the music of Charlie Parker. Hosted by bassist Troy Schiefelbein and drummer Thomas Campbell.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Casa de la Trova hosted by SuperSones

8:00pm | Doors at 7:30pm

Join Septeto SuperSones for a night of traditional Cuban Son music with a heavy dose of salsa and jazz.
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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Swingset

10:00pm (Lounge)

Swingset is a 3 piece neo-soul jam band made up of Pat McQuighan on bass, Andrew Svensk on drums, and Jordan Lowe on keys and vocals. Their songs bring elements of jazz, r&b, soul, and progressive rock to bring a little light to your ears.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Gaelynn Lea // Arthur Anderson

7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm

Tickets: $10 adv/$12 dos
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Classically trained violinist and songwriter Gaelynn Lea has been bewitching scores of fans with her experimental and ambient takes on fiddle music, an approach that incorporates her love of traditional tunes, songwriting, poetry and sonic exploration. Her work most recently won NPR Music’s 2016 Tiny Desk Contest, a competition drawing submissions of original songs from more than 6,000 musicians across the country. Gaelynn Lea has been playing violin for over twenty years, developing an improvisational style all her own. She has performed alongside many notable Minnesota musicians over the years, including Alan Sparhawk, Charlie Parr, and Billy McLaughlin.

On March 3, 2016, Gaelynn Lea was named the winner of NPR Music’s second-ever Tiny Desk Contest. The video entry of her original song “Someday We’ll Linger in the Sun” rose to the top of over 6,100 submissions from around the nation, chosen as the unanimous favorite among the contest’s six judges. The very next week, Gaelynn performed a moving Tiny Desk Concert, at which the show’s host Bob Boilen said “there was hardly a dry eye.”

Gaelynn Lea’s musical reach has expanded significantly because of the Tiny Desk Contest. She began a touring nationally in September 2016, and in December 2016 she performed in Europe for the first time as support for Low’s Christmas tour. Gaelynn Lea will continue this musical journey well into 2017, touring throughout the US and UK.

In addition to performing, Gaelynn Lea has had a busy year in the recording studio. She released her debut solo album entitled “All the Roads that Lead Us Home” in November 2015. It pays homage to the traditional fiddle tunes and beloved standards that Gaelynn has been playing for over a decade. But of course, there is a twist! Gaelynn used her Memory Man looping pedal to create winding layers of sound underneath these familiar melodies. She released a version of her Tiny Desk Contest winning track, “Someday We’ll Linger in the Sun“, on May 5, 2016. Several months later Gaelynn recorded and released a 6-track EP titled “The Songs We Sing Along the Way“, backed by guitarist Al Church. In November 2016, she followed up this EP with a full-length holiday album, “Deepest Darkness, Brightest Dawn“, once again accompanied by Al Church.

In addition to performing, Gaelynn also loves to do speaking engagements about disability, overcoming challenges, and the joy of music. She has a congenital disability called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, or Brittle Bones Disease. Gaelynn is a strong voice in the disability community; she uses her music as a platform to advocate for people with disabilities and to promote positive social change. In October 2016, Gaelynn was invited to Yale to give a TEDx Talk titled “Disability and Sexuality: Forging Identity in a World that Leaves You Out”. Gaelynn Lea believes society must work harder to prioritize accessibility so people with disabilities can participate fully in their communities and use their talents and gifts without barriers or discrimination. 
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Arthur Anderson is the moniker of musician and producer Sam Anderson. Anderson has played cello for over twenty years and has toured the U.S with multiple groups including Hey Marseilles and Damien Jurado. They currently manage a recording studio called "Mead Street" that has become the destination of choice for rap artists in South Seattle. As Arthur Anderson, they create live, improvised sonic portraits drawing influences from Classical to R&B as well as electronic interpretations of classical pieces from Bach to Scriabin.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Wayne Horvitz trio featuring Geoff Harper

10:00pm (Lounge)

Wayne Horvitz plays jazz standards and original compositions - with bassist Geoff Harper and drummer Mike Gebhart.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Vivian Leva & Riley Calcagno with special guest Cahalen Morrison

8:00pm | Doors at 6:30pm

Tickets: $12 adv/ $15 dos/ $10 students (door only w/ student ID)
Tickets available from Stranger Tickets

Cahalen Morrison grew up surrounded by the deep roots of country music; he played in his first country (and ranchero) band as a precocious 13 year old. Leaving New Mexico as a young man, his music began to branch out. “I did what every teenager does, and decided to go down the rock, and whatever road,” Cahalen explains. “But then I came back around to acoustic music, and now back to country. I love the focus on singing and the songs; I love the deep sincerity, the absurd humor… But obviously, overall, I really just love the music.” That full circle journey enabled Cahalen to develop a sound that sets him apart from other country artists.

Exploring acoustic roots music and touring internationally with his acclaimed Seattle duo Cahalen Morrison & Eli West, he learned from the guidance of friends like Tim O’Brien and Kelly Joe Phelps. With his new project, Cahalen Morrison & Country Hammer, and his new album, he’s taken all these influences and distilled them into a new form of American roots music, at once literate and profound, but written in the language of the country greats.
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Vivian Leva and Riley Calcagno are tapping into the deepest parts of American music, taking old songs that have seldom been heard and presenting them next to their own timeless and visceral originals. When they are not performing as duo, they’re often found sitting knee to knee, playing under the canopy of trees at fiddle festivals across the country, such as the gathering where they met in June of 2016. Across any campground, or concert venue, the echos of their vibrant and magnetic harmonies ring out.

Leva, of Lexington, Virginia grew up playing and performing with her parents, Carol Elizabeth Jones and James Leva, learning traditional songs from their sources and honing her rhythmic guitar style. This past June, Vivian recorded her debut album Time is Everything in close collaboration with Calcagno during an inspired session at Studio 808A in the small town of Floyd, VA. She will be releasing this album of original music on March 2nd, 2018 on Free Dirt Records.

Riley, of Seattle, WA spent his earlier years playing with the widely recognized band The Onlies, described as “masterful” and “deliciously well-crafted” (Kithfolk) and developing his own distinct authenticity on the fiddle and banjo.

Together, Vivian and Riley have toured across the country, in living rooms and concert halls. As individuals, they have shared the stages with and played, both nationally and internationally, in the bands of Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens, The Lost Tribe Of Country Music, and Bruce Molsky to name just a few. To this collaboration they bring both the steady hands of experience and a refined taste for American music, yet still a youthful abandon that can’t be forced. In 2018, they will be on tour internationally to support Vivian’s new release and bring their distinct brand of old-time and country to a festival, hall, bar, or fireplace gathering near you.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Friday, April 6, 2018

Earshot Jazz Presents: Kavita Shah & Francois Moutin

7:00pm | Doors at 6:00pm

Tickets: $16 Adults, $14 Earshot members/Senior citizens, $10 Students/Military
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“This is one of the great underutilized instrumentations in jazz, and I’ve never heard it rendered quite like this.” – Giovanni Russonello, New York Times

The François Moutin & Kavita Shah Duo project is a meeting of minds and spirits, one that embraces virtuosity, spontaneity, and lyricism through a repertoire of standards and original music adapted to the unique instrumentation of acoustic bass and voice. At Hungry Brain, François and Kavita will present their first record “Interplay,” released in February 2018 on Dot Time Records. “Interplay,” recorded at Sear Sound Studios in New York and Le Studio de Meudon in Paris, features 11 tracks ranging from classics like Edith Piaf’s “La Vie en Rose” to instrumental songs like Dafnis Prieto’s “Blah Blah” to original compositions by Shah and Moutin. The album also features special guests NEA Jazz Master Sheila Jordan on vocals, considered by many as the pioneer of the bass-and-voice duets, and legendary French pianist Martial Solal. The result is an improvisational journey across lyric-driven and wordless pieces alike.

François Moutin – Acoustic Bass Kavita Shah – Voice

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

The Highsteppers Classic Soul Revue

9:30pm | Doors at 9:15pm

The Highsteppers are a fresh group of veteran musicians brought together by a love of classic R&B, Motown, and soul. Otis, Etta, Aretha... They keep the dance floor crowded with the hits you love and deep cuts you'll be excited to discover.
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Saturday, April 7, 2018

Tangled Rainbows Presents Olivier Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time

5:00pm | Doors at 4:30pm

Written during a time when many were grappling with the idea of the Deus Absconditus (the hidden God), Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time stands as an extraordinary example of reaffirmation in a world ostensibly facing apocalyptic destruction. Collectively known as Tangled Rainbows, Caitlin Beare (clarinet), Emily Acri (violin), Chris Young (cello), and Hexin Qiao (piano) present this seminal 1941 work at the Royal Room on April 7th.

Tangled Rainbows is a clarinet/violin/cello/piano quartet formed in 2017 at the University of Washington. All four members, Caitlin Beare (clarinet), Emily Acri (violin), Chris Young (cello), and Hexin Qiao (piano), are doctoral students at the UW and perform regularly with the UW Modern Music Ensemble; their mission is to promote and present contemporary music to diverse audiences around the greater Seattle area.

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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Joe Casalini, acoustic bass and Michael Biller, guitar: An evening of jazz duets

7:00pm (in the Lounge)



No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Orchestra Zarabanda // Banda Vagos

9:00pm | Doors at 8:30pm

Tickets: $12 adv/ $15 dos
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Both the savvy and the uninitiated get up and moving to this irresistible dance music! Echoing the classic Cuban conjunto format, Zarabanda plays deep-grooving salsa, straight from Old Havana, and spices it up with modern arranging sensibility. Equally at home in dance halls, festivals and concert halls, Orchestra Zarabanda is known for it's trademark sound of sultry melodies contrasted with syncopated and exacting rhythms. The band is comprised of latin rhythm section, trombones, flute and vocals. Influences include Felix Chappotín, Celia Cruz, Eddie Palmieri and Los Van Van.

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Elspeth Savani (co-bandleader, lead vocals, clarinet)
Tom Bergersen (congas)
Julio Jauregui (piano)
Greg Koehler (trombone)
Miguel A Munoz (vocals)
Jeff Norwood (bass)
Richard Warner (flute)
Alfredo Polier (vocals)
Steve Smith (co-bandleader, bongo, guiro)
Chris Stover (trombone)
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Born from a father’s dream of bringing the music of his home in Tepic, Nayarit to Seattle, Banda Vagos was formed by the Amaral Bernal family in 2000, bringing together a dozen talented musicians of Mexican and American descent. Over a decade and a half, the group has become the heavyweight banda of the Northwest, in constant demand at the swankiest quinceañeras and the dirtiest rodeos. Backing up such renowned artists as Roberto Tapia and Jorge Luis Cabrera on their tours from Mexico, Banda Vagos brings extraordinary musicianship together with sheer brassy, percussive muscle.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Visual Musician & Friends

6:00pm | Doors at 5:30pm

Tickets: $20 adv/dos
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This all ages concert is hosted by Jessie Sawyers: Visual Musician. The event will feature a jazz trio and special guests, including performances by Jessie’s students. Will be a lively, fun time!
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Seattle Tap Jam

8:30pm | Doors at 8:00pm

Tickets: Sliding scale $7, $10, $12, $15
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Tap dancers and fans alike are invited to attend this jam session hosted by Jessie Sawyers. This event is inclusive to participants of all ages, abilities, and studio affiliations.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Pete Zimmer Quartet

8:00pm | Doors at 7:00pm

Tickets: $10 adv/dos
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Pete Zimmer drums
Hans Teuber saxophone
Tim Kennedy piano
Geoff Harper bass

Drummer, Pete Zimmer, moved to New York City in June of 2001, and has since established himself as one of the top-call drummers in New York City’s jazz scene. Originally from Waukesha, Wisconsin, Zimmer has made his mark nationally and internationally as a versatile and articulate drummer, bandleader, sideman, composer, educator, and record label entrepreneur with his label, Tippin' Records.

Zimmer’s band has performed at many of the prominent jazz venues in New York City including: The Blue Note, Jazz Standard, Smoke Jazz Club, Smalls Jazz Club, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, Birdland Jazz Club, The Kitano, Fat Cat, and Cornelia Street Café. He has toured throughout much of the USA and the United Kingdom. Throughout the years his group has featured many of the top musicians in New York City including: Mike Rodriguez, Joel Frahm, Jeremy Pelt, George Garzone, Peter Bernstein, Avi Rothbard, David Wong, Peter Slavov, Rick Germanson, Toru Dodo, John Sullivan, Mike DiRubbo, Ryan Kisor, Vitaly Golovnev, George DeLancey, Jerry Weldon, Joseph Lepore, Jaleel Shaw, Robert Rodriguez, Jeb Patton, and others.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

The Salute Sessions

10:00pm (Lounge)

A themed weekly jam session that focuses on a variety of jazz masters, currently featuring a salute to the music of Charlie Parker. Hosted by bassist Troy Schiefelbein and drummer Thomas Campbell.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Not-So-Silent Films with Dave Keenan & Nova Devonie

7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm

Dave Keenan and Nova Devonie perform their original scores live to classic, silent films at Seattle's premier music house, The Royal Room.
They've booked a 3-consecutive-Tuesdays residency to present their music live with these films

All scores commissioned by The NW Film Forum

Doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7:30. Film lengths listed below

"The Adventures of Prince Achmed"
~ "Achmed" 1926. The oldest existing feature length, animated film created by Lotte Reiniger using the silhouette film technique she is credited with inventing - all made with paper cutouts - every frame is a work of art and is based on the Arabian Nights tales. Featuring accordion, guitar, banjo, viola, glockenspiel, slide whistle, percussion and other gadgets in this score. Commissioned in 2008. 67 minutes
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All films kid-friendly.
(by the standards of the mid-20th century...)

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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Swingset

10:00pm (Lounge)

Swingset is a 3 piece neo-soul jam band made up of Pat McQuighan on bass, Andrew Svensk on drums, and Jordan Lowe on keys and vocals. Their songs bring elements of jazz, r&b, soul, and progressive rock to bring a little light to your ears.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Comfort Food

8:00pm | Doors at 7:00pm

Tickets: $8 adv/$10 dos
Tickets available from Stranger Tickets

Comfort Food has been bringing their solid yet innovative style of African-laced jazz creativity for several years and was nominated for Earshot Best Alternative jazz Band in 2015. Featuring Bob Antolin, woodwinds, sax, guitar; Lennox Holness, bass; Yogi McCaw, piano/keyboards; Jason Cameron, guitar; Paul Huppler drums; Ahkeenu Musa and Thione Diop, African percussion.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Wayne Horvitz trio featuring Geoff Harper

10:00pm (Lounge)

Wayne Horvitz plays jazz standards and original compositions - with bassist Geoff Harper and drummer Mike Gebhart.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

New Age Flamenco

8:00pm | Doors at 7:30pm

Tickets: $10 adv/$12 dos
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New Age Flamenco:
Oleg Ruvinov
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Vidas Svagzdys - guitar
Yusuf Kilgore "Solutsky" - guitar
Ernesto Pediangco - drums/percussion

New Age Flamenco's ​music reflects a strong Latin connection, Mediterranean folk, European roots, jazz, and a Gypsy soul blended with the infectious rhythms of modern music New Age Flamenco personifies eclecticism by absorbing their influences and combining them to create a new, personal sound of their own. All musicians are professionally trained and have a great stage experience.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Friday, April 13, 2018

Joe Casalini, acoustic bass and Michael Biller, guitar: An evening of jazz duets

6:00pm (In The Lounge)



No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.

Tumbao

9:00pm | Doors at 8:00pm

Tickets: $10 adv/ $12 dos
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Carlos Cascante

Julio Jáuregui
Thomas Marriott
Jeff Busch
Dean Schmidt
Pedro Vargas

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“The nice thing about Tumbao is it’s not just another salsa band playing airy dance music. Anchored by piano player Julio Jáuregui, the band keeps one foot firmly planted in Latin jazz as it roams various dance beats. As singer Carlos Cascante said, during a between-sets break, ‘We try to touch a little bit of the Latin flavor and the Caribbean flavor and also keep the jazz flavor.’” — Tom Scanlon / The Seattle Times

"Carlos Cascante y su Tumbao, Recuerdos (Bettrmusik). In the flood of Latin jazz CDs, Cascante’s stands out for its spirit, good humor and variety within the idiom. The singer, a Costa Rican who lives in the US, leads his quintet through montuno, salsa, chacha and other clave patterns. Over group vocals and arrangements by the band’s music director, Julio Jáuregui, Castante sings infectiously with intonation as reliable as his time. Jáuregui is an impressive piano soloist. Drummer Jeff Busch, bassist Dean Schmidt and conga drummer Frank Jr. Medina drive the band. Thomas Marriott has blazing trumpet solos." — Doug Ramsey / The Jazz Times

"Tumbao is a six-piece Latin ensemble that plays a variety of rhythms from Boleros to Timba and Joropo to Danzón. Their exhilarating Latin American and Caribbean music helps kick off outdoor concerts on the City Hall Plaza in a festive style. Tumbao is comprised of some of the Seattle area’s finest musicians who hale from Costa Rico, Mexico, Kenmore, Panama, Puerto Rico, & Pullman. The Mayor’s Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs hosts “Seattle Presents” free lunchtime concerts every first and third Thursday at Seattle City Hall. The spring and summer performances feature some of Seattle’s best performers." — Seattle’s Mayor’s Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs

Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Small Change

5:00pm | Doors at 4:30pm

Small Change makes their Royal Room debut with an all-original set of high energy funk and progressive jazz.
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Rat City Brass

8:30pm | Doors at 8:00pm

Erik Reed - Trumpet
Sean McGee - Trumpet
Eric Kehoe - Trombone
Sara DeBell - Keyboards
D. Fillius - Guitar
Ericka Kendall - Bass
Steve Smith - Drums

In 2009, Seattle trumpeter Mark Bentz had an idea. He would put together a band that could recreate the sound of "Whipped Cream"-era Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass.

An octet of Alpert acolytes assembled, eager to put the plan into action: two trumpets, trombone, guitar, keys, bass, percussion, and drums. Ladies and gentlemen, this is Rat City Brass.

The band pays earnest homage to the suave yet playful music of the Tijuana Brass, taking audiences not only to the dancefloor of the 1960s, but to Herb Alpert's imaginary border-town cantina where classic American pop gets a stiff shot of tequila, loosens its collar, and decides that Saturday night starts right now.

Rat City Brass calls their music "mid-century instrumental pop." Your parents might call it "easy listening." Those who've witnessed RCB in action call it fun.
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Sunday, April 15, 2018

JazzED: New Works Ensemble

4:30pm | Doors at 4:00pm

Featuring the New Works Ensemble
Seattle JazzED is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, which was founded in 2010 by a small group of volunteers and music educators, who wanted kids to get great music education opportunities, regardless of what school they went to or how much money they had. JazzED started out with two jazz ensembles that met weekly. Today over 500 students from 70+ different schools come through the doors every year.

The New Works Ensemble is directed by Wayne Horvitz.
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Cornish Ensembles at the Royal Room

6:30pm | Doors at 6:00pm

6:30 -- Cornish Ensemble II led by Tom Varner
7:30 -- Cornish Afro-Pop Ensemble led by Johnaye Kendrick
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Monday, April 16, 2018

Christian Pincock’s Scrambler

8:00pm | Doors at 7:00pm

Christian Pincock's Scrambler makes a musical mess by combining large quantities of jazz, several cups of classical music, a tablespoon of folk and a dash of sound effects, whisked together through a conducted improv sign language called Soundpainting. Some of Seattle's finest improvisers contribute their own unique and diverse flavors, blended in real-time with Christian Pincock's hand-signed gestures. Past recipes have included reworkings of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite and 80's pop love songs for Valentine’s Day.
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The Salute Sessions

10:00pm (Lounge)

A themed weekly jam session that focuses on a variety of jazz masters, currently featuring a salute to the music of Charlie Parker. Hosted by bassist Troy Schiefelbein and drummer Thomas Campbell.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Not-So-Silent Films with Dave Keenan & Nova Devonie

7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm

Dave Keenan and Nova Devonie perform their original scores live to classic, silent films at Seattle's premier music house, The Royal Room.
They've booked a 3-consecutive-Tuesdays residency to present their music live with these films

All scores commissioned by The NW Film Forum

Doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7:30. Film lengths listed below

"Steamboat Bill Jr."
~ "Jr." 1928. The great Stoneface of Comedy, Buster Keaton, tells the tale of a riverboat captain father's journey of acceptance of his son (Buster) who doesn't seem to 'measure up'. This is the film with the famous scene in which a building wall falls over Jr., nearly squashing him except for a strategically aligned window... The director was said to have closed his eyes while this scene was filmed! Featuring accordion, guitar, ukulele, banjo, viola, glockenspiel, and kazoo's in this score. Commissioned in 2014. 70 minutes
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All films kid-friendly.
(by the standards of the mid-20th century...)

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Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

The General Business Band

10:00pm (Lounge)

The General Business Band takes care of Business. Plain and simple. Featuring Rob Granfelt (Drums), Antoine Martel (Keys), and Andrew Morrill (Sax), the group plays entirely improvised compositions drawing from a wide array of vocabulary influenced by, yet not limited to, jazz, hip-hop, funk, contemporary classical, and rock. Let this band be the one-time only soundtrack to your night. Witness creation in the moment at its most honest.


No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

322 // Velocity

7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm

Tickets: $8 adv/ $10 dos
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322 is a band from Tacoma, Washington, the beating heart of the Pacific Northwest. Founding members BrandonLee Cierley (Saxophone) and Elliott Turner (Guitar), together with Josh Bozich (Bass), Joel Bozich (Drums) and Joshua VanCleave (Keyboard) collaborate to deliver a unique, innovative perspective to the jazz music scene and beyond. Our sound fuses a unique blend of Hip-Hop, Classic Jazz, R&B, Soul, and even elements of Progressive Rock to give our take on the new jazz movement. Many thanks to Dr. David Deacon Joyner, Tracy Knoop and Kareem Kandi for being great mentors that we can look up to. We've had the great opportunity to bring good vibes to some of the finest jazz venues and events the Pacific Northwest has to offer: The Royal Room, The Triple Door Musicquarium Lounge, First Annual Tacoma Jazz Walk, KNKX Live Studio Session, B Sharp Coffee House, and many other local establishments. In September of 2017, we got the opportunity to release our very first professional album entitled "Emergence" that is comprised of all original compositions from each member of the group. Our music aims to inspire others to follow their dreams and have a more open-mind of expression with no limits that can be enjoyed by a wide range of audiences.
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Velocity draws from a variety of musical styles with the core being funk, latin, and jazz. They combine hard hitting grooves and hook melodies with open improvisation.

Peter Adams - Keyboard and Composition
Brian Smith - Drums and Composition
Cliff Colòn - Saxophone
Rob Hutchinson - Bass
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Wayne Horvitz trio featuring Geoff Harper

10:00pm (Lounge)

Wayne Horvitz plays jazz standards and original compositions - with bassist Geoff Harper and drummer Mike Gebhart.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Earshot Jazz Presents: Lionel Loueke Trio w/ Massimo Biolcati & Ferenc Nemeth (TWO SHOWS)

Early Show: 7:00pm | Doors at 6:00pm
Late Show: 9:30pm | Doors 9:15pm

Tickets: $20 Adults, $18 Earshot members/Senior citizens, $10 Students/Military
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Praised by his mentor Herbie Hancock as “a musical painter,” Lionel Loueke combines harmonic complexity, soaring melody, a deep knowledge of African folk forms, and conventional and extended guitar techniques to create a warm and evocative sound of his own. His previous Blue Note release, Mwaliko, offered a series of searching, intimate duets with Angelique Kidjo, Richard Bona, Esperanza Spalding and Marcus Gilmore — artists and allies who continue to have a profound impact on Loueke’s vision as a bandleader.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Joe Casalini, acoustic bass and Michael Biller, guitar: An evening of jazz duets

6:00pm (in the Lounge)



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High Pulp // Shakewell

8:30pm | Doors at 7:30pm

Tickets: $10 adv/$15 dos
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High Pulp:
High Pulp is Seattle’s newest force. Coining their genre as “future funk fusion”, this 10-piece ensemble combines inspiration from legends such as Herbie Hancock and Earth Wind & Fire with modern influences ranging from hip-hop to electronic music. High Pulp draws comparisons to groups like Snarky Puppy and Badbadnotgood, making a name for itself through its energetic live performances. Obsessive attention to compositional detail and unique song structures characterize High Pulp’s music, along with innovative improvisational exploration. Come enjoy High Pulp live for a deeply engaging in-the-moment conversation amongst musicians or simply to get down to some dancey, funky, groovy tunes.
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Shakewell:
Shakewell is a six-piece musical brotherhood of lifelong friends and collaborators, all hailing from Western Montana. With a shared love for groove and songwriting each member draws upon their influence to conceive an original breed of music with a semblance of funk, jazz, soul, and rock n’ roll.

Shakewell has released their first full length studio album — Marzoula — produced and engineered by the power duo of Alan Evans (Soulive, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe) and Brad Smalling at Evergroove, Smallings’ isolated mountainside studio in Evergreen, Colorado. The 14 track album playfully grapples with the conflicted nature of what it is to live in this day and age, and also the strange and unique perspective that the isolation of Montana affords. Conceptualized through this lens, Marzoula embodies the idea of being able to watch the troubles of this world from thousands of miles away, while experiencing them in person - via the internet - at the exact same moment.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

"Lucas Lift"- A Benefit Variety Show

6:00pm | Doors at 5:00pm

Lucas Lift! …was organized for an evening of community, music & fun, to promote performing arts and to help send this local career-bound ballet student, Lucas G to the top school for summer program. He earned a full tuition scholarship! Join us to help him make it all the way and have so much fun doing so!
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Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Prince: A Memorial Celebration

9:30pm | Doors at 9:00pm

Tickets: $10 adv/ $15 dos
Advance tickets for this show are sold out, but there will be limited tickets available at the door on a first come, first serve basis.

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M.V.P. Is Michael Jackson vs Prince – the group performs the music of two of the biggest musical icons. All the hits, all live. This show will be a memorial celebration of Prince’s music, who died two years ago to the day. They will be playing Prince all night.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Earshot Jazz Presents: Jaimeo Brown Transcendence w/ Chris Sholar & Jaleel Shaw (TWO SHOWS)

Early Show: 7:00pm | Doors at 6:00pm
Late Show: 9:30pm | Doors 9:15pm

Tickets: $18 general / $16 Earshot members & seniors (60+) / $10 students & military/veterans
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Echoes of the past meet visions of the future on Work Songs, the follow up to Jaimeo Brown Transcendence’s arresting 2013 self-titled debut. From recordings of prisoners in Mississippi to stonemasons in Japan, the album brings renewed life to historical work songs through a mixture of powerfully evocative samples and new recordings. Comprised of drummer/producer Jaimeo Brown and guitarist/producer Chris Sholar, Jaimeo Brown Transcendence deftly weaves together the acoustic and the digital, compellingly connecting jazz and blues with contemporary rock, hip-hop and electronic music.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Monday, April 23, 2018

Gurf Morlix // Christopher Michael Meyer

7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm

Tickets: $15 adv/ $18 dos
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Christopher Michael Meyer provides the vocal and guitar stylings for Seattle band OurDeadFathers.

His finger picked guitar lines supporting a voice delivering melancholy melody and lyrical landscapes intended to deliver the listener to their own storyline.
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Visiting planet Gurf has always been an enlightening experience. After all, this Gurf Morlix fellow – Buffalo born, Texas bred – has provided us with countless indelible musical moments in the last 40-plus years: his exemplary guitar and production work with Lucinda Williams; his instrumental accompaniment to artists ranging from Blaze Foley to Warren Zevon; his production of watermark albums for artists such as Ray Wylie Hubbard, Robert Earl Keen and Mary Gauthier – and, since 2000, a series of eight solo records that have a singular worldview and can be both harrowing and heartening, often at the same time.

Now, prepare yourself for “The Soul And The Heal”. Gurf Morlix’s ninth album is another chapter in a songbook that pithily relates the human condition. But though Morlix’s signatures are still present on this masterstroke – lyrics that don’t waste a syllable, instrumentation without a spare note – there is also a hopefulness and vulnerability not always readily evident on his recent releases. The fact that “The Soul And The Heal” is pivotal for Gurf is immediately clear from the striking front cover image of a heart-shaped cherry with its pit exposed, and from the stark title that he says speaks to “the healing of the soul from all the damage we inflict on ourselves”. It would be too easy to attribute Gurf’s evolution to the fact that in February 2016 he suffered a heart attack while dead stopped in the fast lane, in a traffic jam, on his way to a gig. In fact these new songs were all written before this episode, from which he has fully recovered. But there’s no doubt the emotions stirred by the unexpected December 2014 passing of Gurf’s musical mate, rock keyboard legend Ian McLagan, contributed to the career pinnacle that “The Soul And The Heal” is for Morlix.
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

The Salute Sessions

10:00pm (Lounge)

A themed weekly jam session that focuses on a variety of jazz masters, currently featuring a salute to the music of Charlie Parker. Hosted by bassist Troy Schiefelbein and drummer Thomas Campbell.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Not-So-Silent Films with Dave Keenan & Nova Devonie

7:30pm | Doors at 6:30pm

Dave Keenan and Nova Devonie perform their original scores live to classic, silent films at Seattle's premier music house, The Royal Room.
They've booked a 3-consecutive-Tuesdays residency to present their music live with these films

All scores commissioned by The NW Film Forum

Doors open at 6:30, show starts at 7:30. Film lengths listed below

"Lotte Reiniger's Fairy Tale Series"
~ "Fairy Tales" This is a collection of short films by the prolific Lotte Reiniger. "The Ant and the Grasshopper" 1954, "Sleeping Beauty" 1954, "The Tocher" 1937, "Doktor Doolittle" 1927, "The Marquise's Secret" 1920. More work from the fantastic Lotte Reiniger in which she tackles the fairy tales of yore plus some unexpected forays into the world of advertising - with remarkable results. In fact, some of my favorite scenes are of the fairies in The Tocher. Each score is unique and assists in telling the story thru music. Originally commissioned in 2013, they added their score to The Ant and Grasshopper in 2018. Featuring accordion, guitar, violin, viola, ukulele, glockenspiel and toy piano for these scores. 50 minutes
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All films kid-friendly.
(by the standards of the mid-20th century...)

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No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.
Reservations are available for patrons who are planning to have dinner before and during the show.

The General Business Band

10:00pm (Lounge)

The General Business Band takes care of Business. Plain and simple. Featuring Rob Granfelt (Drums), Antoine Martel (Keys), and Andrew Morrill (Sax), the group plays entirely improvised compositions drawing from a wide array of vocabulary influenced by, yet not limited to, jazz, hip-hop, funk, contemporary classical, and rock. Let this band be the one-time only soundtrack to your night. Witness creation in the moment at its most honest.


No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Jazz Night School

6:30pm | Doors at 6:00pm

Stuart MacDonald: Trace Generations
6:30pm-7:30pm

Stuart MacDonald, Saxophone
Cuong Vu, Trumpet
Tony Lefaive, Bass
Ted Poor, Drums

Made possible with generous support from the Raynier Foundation.

Featuring Big Band Blue

Fresh and locally grown: Big Band Blue closes the evening, playing outstanding music by jazz greats plus new works by local composers and arrangers. Led by Erik Hanson, Big Band Blue is Jazz Night School’s top-level large ensemble.

Jazz Night School is Seattle's largest all-ages jazz education organization. Based in South Seattle, Jazz Night School provides high-quality individual and group jazz instruction in a supportive environment for aspiring musicians of all ages and abilities. Jazz Night School is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes jazz as a living, cultural American art form.

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Wayne Horvitz trio featuring Geoff Harper

10:00pm (Lounge)

Wayne Horvitz plays jazz standards and original compositions - with bassist Geoff Harper and drummer Mike Gebhart.

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Sonando: Hot Afro-Cuban Jazz

8:00pm | Doors at 7:00pm

Tickets: $10 adv/dos
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Sonando's repertoire includes traditional & modern interpretations of Afro-Cuban styles such as Son, Changui, Bata & Rumba, as well as our signature Latin Jazz. We perform on folkloric instruments such as bata, marimbula, tres, congas, & shekere, as well as modern jazz instruments including flute, sax, trombone, piano, bass, & drumset.

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Naomi Moon Siegel Band

10:00pm in the Lounge

Eric Eagle - drums
Andy Coe - electric guitar
Wayne Horvitz - keys
Naomi Siegel - trombone

No cover. The musicians are compensated by your donations.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Zony Mash // Sweeter Than The Day // The Robin Holcomb Band

8:00pm | Doors at 7:00pm

Tickets: $15 adv/ $20 dos
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“Attempt to define her music if you care to, but Robin Holcomb has defied strict categorizations since her emergence on New York’s downtown scene, more than thirty years ago. Now living in the Pacific Northwest, this fascinatingly eclectic pianist, composer, and singer has few qualms about mingling folk, jazz, chamber music, and points between and beyond in arresting original music.”
— The New Yorker, March 2017

Formed in 1999, Sweeter Than the Day began simply as the acoustic incarnation of Zony Mash. The band played a series of weekly shows at Seattle’s Baltic Room (curated by Reggie Watts), and quickly became Wayne Horvitz’s first piano-based ensemble in over 10 years, and one of Wayne’s longest-running groups, as well as one of his favorites. Despite the shared personnel, the ensemble is quite distinct from the electric Zony Mash and the repertoire is almost entirely different. The band has toured throughout the US, Canada and Europe. Sweeter Than the Day also presents double bills with Robin Holcomb, where it serves as Robin’s backup band.

Zony Mash made their debut in late 1995 as the unofficial house band at the OK Hotel in Seattle, where the band developed their sounds with months of weekly gigs. In Zony Mash you´ll hear a wide variety of influences, including sixties-style psychedelic rock, blues, funk, New Orleans and definitely some sounds that could only be described as being from outer space.

Featuring: Tim Young, Wayne Horvitz, Andy Roth, Keith Lowe, Geoff Harper

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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Saturday, April 28, 2018

International Jazz Day Concert! Julian Priester. Overton Berry. Eugenie Jones. Bruce Phares. D'Vonne Lewis.

Two shows in one night
EARLY SHOW: 6:30pm | Doors at 6:00pm
LATE SHOW: 9:30pm | Doors at 9:00pm

Tickets: $15 adv/ $18 dos
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International Day of Jazz Concert starring:
Jazz legends Overton Berry and Julian Priester featuring award-winning, singer/songwriter Eugenie Jones, bassist extraordinaire Bruce Phares and the incomparable D'Vonne Lewis on drums. Come celebrate JAZZ!
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Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Sunday, April 29, 2018

North Corner Chamber Orchestra: Lost Sisterhood, Found Landscapes

7:30pm | Doors at 7:00pm

Tickets: $25/general $15/senior +age 30 and under/ $10 under 18 and students.
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*This performance will also take place on Saturday 4/28 at UCC*

NOCCO's 2017-2018 season finale features the world premier of Avi Lasser & Garrett Overcash's "3 Movements for Solo Cello", written for our principal cello and soloist, Eli Weinberger. In addition, NOCCO will perform Louise Ferrenc's rarely heard symphony number 3 as well as Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring.

Come join us for this beautiful springtime concert!

A conductorless orchestra of chamber musicians, NOCCO performs a full spectrum of art-music in a variety of spaces accessible to diverse audiences.
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Monday, April 30, 2018

The Royal Room has live music seven nights a week, check calendar for opening times.
The Royal Room is all ages until 10pm.