Jazz at Benaroya Hall: Top Trio Celebrates 30 Years
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Geoffrey Castle, a pioneering master of the electric six-string violin, headlines a special evening of music and dance performances to benefit Kirkland Performance Center. Enjoy Castle's unique Celtic-influenced sound, along with drumming from Darin Watkins, Lennox Holness' bass, the legendary keyboard playing of Brooke Lizotte, dance from the Seattle Irish Dance Company and belly dance from Fleurs D'Egypte. You'll also get to bid on unique items and experiences to help fund programming at this cultural hotbed. Castle, acclaimed for his boundary-pushing blend of Celtic and rock influences, performed his music in the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of M. Butterfly and has worked with such acclaimed artists as Blues Traveler, Heart, Buddy Miles and Alan White of Yes. Learn More
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Not only was the concert magnificent, but we left shortly after the third encore. So inspiring to see three practiced jazz musicians be so absolutely energetic after such a long performance! The acoustics in the hall were absolutely incredible,...continued
This performance is a Live @ Benaroya Hall and Earshot Jazz Festival co-presentation. Performance does not include the Seattle Symphony.