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Colletivo – The Colors of Fall

November 18, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm


Reservations can be requested through our website. Just click on the Big Red Reservations button, and fill in the blanks. Also, Please Bring Proof of Vaccination in order to be seated inside! You can also purchase ticket on our website, and if more than one person in your party buys tickets, please send us the names of everyone in your party, so we know who we need to seat with you.

Days grow shorter now

Trees shed red and golden leaves

Apple cider time

Join Colletivo in celebrating the change in seasons with songs of Fall….

Colletivo is a jazz piano trio with a particular interest in presenting themed programs in intimate listening settings. Recent themes have included The Cocktail, Dreams and Moonlight, and The Music of Billy Strayhorn.

Steve Tanimoto , our pianist, plays jazz and occasional classical music. He recently performed a new music track for the movie Casablanca. He also performs with the Jazz Decree vocal trio.

Dell Wade is Composer/Conductor at Music Center of the Northwest. He recently completed his 13th symphony and will conduct it in spring of 2022. As a bassist he plays in Colletivo and the Pamelagrace Band.

Sandy Walker, our drummer, writes songs, many with lyrics. Prior to the COVID pandemic, she played with Seattle vocal quartet Jazz Connection and guitar quartet All That Jazz and hosted a monthly pop up jazz jam in northeast Seattle



November 18, 2021
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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