The Here and Now Quintet: Seattle's Own Jazz Artists Return
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The last date listed for The Here and Now Quintet was Tuesday December 28, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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Leave it to the largest community choir in North America to stage the biggest holiday spectacle of them all: Play It Again Santa from the Seattle Men's Chorus. Known as "Seattle's Other Holiday Tradition," the Chorus's holiday concerts are packed with good cheer and great music. Nostalgic carols, sing-alongs and brilliantly hilarious versions of seasonal favorites add up to a thrilling and festive show. Make time for the magic -- and tradition -- of Play It Again Santa at Benaroya Hall. Learn More
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The Here and Now Quintet is quickly establishing themselves as an emerging force in the world of jazz. These five young men all grew up together in Seattle, Washington and have been playing and performing with each other for more than a decade.
In the past few years, the members of The Here and Now have moved to the East Coast and have begun to make their marks individually, appearing with some of the most important people in jazz music; a short list of associations include Omer Avital, Alan Pasqua, Wynton Marsalis, Christian McBride, Maria Schneider, Danilo Perez, and Dave Holland.
The music of The Here and Now Quintet draws deeply from the rich tradition of jazz and pushes forward into other folkloric world music, inspired heavily by recent trips to Israel and Argentina. The Here and Now has played sold out shows at Seattle’s Triple Door Theater, Tula’s Jazz Club, and premier East Coast Venues including Cornelia Street Cafe in New York’s Greenwich Village and The Lily Pad in Boston.
Members of the Quintet have performed globally including the Montreux Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, San Sebastian Spain Jazz Festival and appearances in China, Japan, Costa Rica, Germany, France, Argentina, and the UK.
Tatum Greenblatt -- Trumpet
Ben Roseth -- Saxophones
Drew Pierson -- Piano
David Dawda -- Bass
Sean Hutchinson -- Drums