Every month, our students, volunteers, and other community members gather and play music together informally and unrehearsed. These two-hour jam sessions require no commitment. Although attendees are encouraged to participate, they are also welcome to enjoy the event as audience and community members, and only participate when and if they feel ready. Attendees are invited to bring their own instruments if they have one, but we also have instruments available including microphones, guitars, a bass, drums and other percussion, flutes, a keyboard and more.
We are looking for musician volunteers to play music with our students, and also for people to donate potluck dishes or beverages for our jam participants. If either of these opportunities sound interesting, send an email to email@example.com.
The next community jam is :
OVER THE MOON, UNDER THE BRIDGE: BUILDING A STRONGER MUSIC COMMUNITY
WHEN: SUNDAY, MAY 12TH, 2PM
WHERE: SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY, CENTRAL BRANCH, MICROSOFT AUDITORIUM
1000 FOURTH AVE, SEATTLE
Join us for an afternoon of music and guided conversation about the struggles many musicians face such as mental illness, addiction, and poverty, and how our community can be strengthened to better support its members and these issues. The program includes a public jam session and a panel of musicians and industry experts. This event is created by Paurl Walsh as part of the 2018 Fremont Bridge Composer in Residence in collaboration with Path With Art, Seattle Public Library, Seattle Department of Transportation and the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture. Light refreshments will be served. Learn more.