Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park is hosting a concert performed by the world renowned jazz talents of J-Town’s recording artist Deems Tsutakawa and The New Seattle Groove.
The concert is Saturday, August 11th, 2012 from 6:00pm until 9:00pm. A wine garden, poured by WineStyles®, opens at 5:00pm. Wine accompanied by a light fare will be available for purchase. If you would like to attend, please call our office at 206.362.5200 for tickets. All proceeds will benefit The Snowman Foundation.
The Snowman Foundation has been “giving the gift of music” since its inception in September of 1999. Its purpose is to promote the performing arts and to make them accessible to all youthful and “at risk” members of the community. Inspired by the vision of composer/pianist Michael Allen Harrison, The Snowman Foundation, Inc. (501) © (3) provides instruments, scholarships and musical programs to underserved students in the State of Washington. The Snowman Foundation has raised more than $2 million in the past ten years including both Oregon and now Washington. All funding has gone directly to helping serve the youth in our communities through music.
Check out these videos of the extremely talented jazz musician Deems Tsutakawa. Make sure not to miss this year’s Dig That Jazz; it is going to be one cool concert!