Seattle, Washington — Innovative harpist Brandee Younger is excited to present an intimate solo performance at this year’s Earshot Jazz Festival on Friday, October 26th. Following an opening performance from cellist Gretchen Yanover, Younger will take to the stage at 8:00pm at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, located at 104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA.

 

Tickets available here.

 

Contemporary harpist Brandee Younger is one the most in-demand and innovative musicians of her time. Of her second album as a leader, Wax & Wane (2016), Nate Chinen at The New York Times enthused, “Ms. Younger’s sleek, assured new album, luxuriates in groove.” She’s played with jazz legends like Pharoah Sanders and Jack DeJohnette as well as John Legend, Common, and Drake and is considered one of the leading harpists of her generation. Recently, Younger led a trio of harpists alongside the incomparable Moses Sumney for a stirring rendition of his single “Quarrel”. A regular collaborator with Sumney, Younger’s haunting contributions are chronicled on a rare live performance for The Fader which is viewable here via Revive Music. In addition to her work with Sumney, Younger recently participated in “Monastic and Ecstatic: A Glimpse into the Life and Legacy of Alice Coltrane” at MOMA PS1.  This 6 hour event on the life of Alice Coltrane featured presentations, performances and lectures by Brandee Younger, Ravi Coltrane, Michelle Coltrane, Ashley Kahn, Laraaji and Kelsey Lu.

 

Lakehouse Live is a dream that came to life through the work of CJ Drisdom and partnership with NYC based agency, Musiq Haus. This unique space presents multiple events from music industry mixers, live performances from stellar musicians both local and from around the world as well as hosting Clinic and Master Classes from respected and seasoned music educators.

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