Last Sunday of Month:
January – May, and
September – November
Venues for the series are as follows:
Majestic Hall Underground: Jan 27, Feb 24 (1027 N. Forest St, Bellingham)
BAAY Theater: March 24, May 26, Sept 29, October 27 (1059 N. State St., Bellingham)
Church House: April 28
WWU Concert Hall: Nov 17
4:00 pm – 6:30 pm
The Jazz Project continues its Fall Art of Jazz series, Sunday October 27 at BAAY Theater, 1059 N. State St., Bellingham featuring the Bill Anschell’s Trio (tet) with Anschell piano, Chris Symer bass, Brent Jensen saxophone, and Jud Sherwood on drums. All Art of Jazz shows are from 4-6:30 pm. Concert sponsors include Community Food Co-op, Village Books, Dorothy Sherwood, Joyce Busch, Boeing Company, Boundary Bay Brewery, and Ralf’s Pretzel Bakery.
The final Art of Jazz concert is on November 17 at WWU Concert Hall and features pianist/composer Wayne Horvitz and his Snow Ghost Trio. A free master class will be presented at noon the following Monday, November 18 in LL2.
Admission to the Art of Jazz is free for Jazz Project members $17 for non-members, and $10 for WWU students and students under 18. TICKETS for Art of Jazz concerts may be purchased online through this website by going to the Jazz Project Store and clicking Jazz Project Tickets, then adding Art of Jazz Tickets to your shopping cart. This is the only way to reserve a seat. Tickets are available at the door on a space available basis. Discounts are available for purchases of 5 or more Art of Jazz tickets.
Underwriting projects and program services include:
Funding for these programs comes primarily from members like you. Now in our 21st concert season, member donations provide the lion’s share of the annual budget, while corporate, foundation, and arts grants provide the balance of our funding needs. With that in mind, I encourage you to look over our exciting mix of jazz projects for 2019 and invest in making jazz accessible and affordable to all. You may order tickets and make donations on-line through the Jazz Project Store. Thank you for supporting live music and living musicians. Jud Sherwood, Jazz Project Director