Seattle Office of Film + Music


SOUNDS OUTSIDE BRINGS FREE JAZZ
July 16, 2010, 11:41 am
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Seattle Times
What’s a better way to enjoy a nice afternoon at the park? A little free jazz is the perfect touch to a warm summer evening. Monktail Creative Concern presents Sounds Outside, a free festival of modern jazz in Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill. The bills typically focus on the more adventurous, less traditional end of the jazz spectrum — playful, experimental, more appropriate for noisy rock clubs than formal jazz venues. Sounds Outside is happening twice this summer. This Saturday, July 17, the festival will feature such predominantly local acts as Non Grata, Seattle Jazz Composer’s Ensemble, Zubatto Syndicate, Wayne Horvitz/Sonny Clark Memorial Sextet and Father Figures. Check back again on August 14 for a whole new line-up of jazz sounds and styles. For more information about the event, click the link.

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