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SRJO Concerts and Events

Individual event tickets are now on sale! Note: tickets for Jingle Jazz will go on sale at a later date.  Make sure to follow us on Facebook or Instagram and sign up for our newsletter to find out when tickets become available.


Season Tickets will remain on sale until October 6th. 


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Season Opener Celebration

SRJO celebrates jazz’s rich history with our season opener homage to the great jazz pioneers with a selection of SRJO audience favorites. This will be a celebration of the past, present, and future of jazz, reminding us of its enduring influence on music and on our culture.

Featuring Guest Vocalist Jacqueline Tabor.

Oct 7th | Saturday 7:30pm   
Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya
Oct 8th | Sunday 2:00pm   
Kirkland Performance Center


Anat Cohen + SRJO

As a three-time Grammy nominee, Anat Cohen’s contributions to the jazz genre have garnered her widespread recognition and numerous accolades, including multiple wins in the DownBeat Critics Poll and JazzTimes Critics Poll. 

Cohen’s performances are characterized by their infectious energy and captivating stage presence.  Her mastery of the clarinet and saxophone, coupled with her ability to connect with audiences, has earned her critical acclaim and a world-wide fan base. 

Nov 4th | Saturday 7:30pm   
Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya
Nov 5th | Sunday 2:00pm   
Kirkland Performance Center

SRJO Legion of Bop
Jingle Jazz

We are very excited to introduce the newly-formed SRJO Legion of Bop.  The Legion of Bop concerts will feature up to seven members of the orchestra performing at a smaller venue where dinner will be included in the cost of admission.  Tickets for these special concerts will only be sold individually.

Our inaugural concert will be a festive event featuring jazzy holiday classics.  We hope this will become an annual tradition that you can look forward to during  the winter season. 

Nov 28th | Tuesday 6:00pm   
Triple Door


December 2023

Duke Ellington's

Sacred Music COncert

“In the beginning, God!” This declaration repeats through various instruments and voices in Duke Ellington’s liturgical Concert of Sacred Music first performed as part of a festival celebration at the brand-new Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, 1965.  


Nearly 60 years later, Ellington’s Sacred Concert has become a cherished tradition for the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, many of whom have played this Earshot Jazz event since the very inception of the band – in fact you could say that SRJO was “born” playing the Sacred Music Concert. Tickets available through Earshot Jazz.

Photo: Cipher Goings performs during Sacred Concert 2022

Presented by Earshot Jazz
Dec 30th | Saturday 7:30pm 
Town Hall

March 2024

Joy Harjo + SRJO

Special Guest Larry Mitchell

 Due to circumstances beyond the control of SRJO, Joy Harjo’s concert has been postponed to March 8, 2025. 


You can still see Joy in February by securing tickets to her performance for Seattle Arts and Lecture on February 27, 2024.

April 2024

SRJO Blues and the Abstract Truth

“Blues and the Abstract Truth” is a highly acclaimed jazz album released in 1961, and is considered a landmark recording in the realm of post-bop and features an all-star lineup of musicians led by the saxophonist Oliver Nelson. The album’s innovative compositions and superb performances have made it a classic.


The album’s title suggests a fusion of the blues, a deeply rooted African American musical form, with more abstract and complex musical ideas. Nelson masterfully combines elements of the blues with intricate harmonies, sophisticated arrangements, and improvisational sections, resulting in a rich and engaging experience. SRJO is thrilled to share this with you.

April 20th | Saturday 7:30pm   
Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya
April 21st | Sunday 2:00pm   
Kirkland Performance Center

June 2024

SRJO Delivers the Jazz messengers

For our final show of the season, SRJO delivers compositions from The Jazz Messengers. The Jazz Messengers played a pivotal role in the evolution of jazz music, providing a platform for young musicians, delivering powerful performances, and contributing to the rich and vibrant history of the genre.


As a legendary jazz group formed in the 1950s by drummer Art Blakey, the band became renowned for its influential role in the development of hard bop, a style of jazz that blended elements of bebop with R&B, gospel, and blues.


One of the key aspects of The Jazz Messengers was its emphasis on mentorship and nurturing young talent. SRJO continues that jazz tradition of music mentorship through the orchestra, our Jazz Scholars program, and Jazz4Kids events.

June 15th | Saturday 7:30pm   
Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya
June 16th | Sunday 2:00pm   
Kirkland Performance Center
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