Caffè Musica

Italian Coffee • Food • Beverages • Pastries • Music • Conversation

Jan
26
7:00 PM19:00

Reggie Garrett and the Snake Oil Peddlers - $10.00 cover

Caffe Musica presents Reggie Garrett and the Snake Oil Peddlers, Friday, January 26th, 7 - 9pm, $10.00 cover. One of our very favorite and very popular trios returns. Garrett is extraordinary songwriter and musician. A purveyor of a unique urban strain of (mostly) acoustic music, Reggie incorporates a number of diverse influences, including: Folk, Latin, Blues, Gospel, Celtic, Rock, Jazz, and more. The result is a musical blend that has excited and touched audiences throughout the U.S. and Canada. Reggie has several albums to his credit. Reggie Garrett (guitar & vocals) Will Dowd (percussion), Richard Middleton (guitar & keys). Advance reservations highly recommended, both of the last shows sold out. Reservations 206-418-6797.

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Jan
27
7:00 PM19:00

Aperitivo with Storyteller/Actor Riccardo Pieri

Il Punto Italian Cultural Center of Seattle in conjunction with Caffè Musica is pleased to present actor and storyteller Riccardo Pieri, Saturday, January 27th, 7:00 - 9:30pm. Reservations are required. $30/Il Punto Members, $35/Non-Members. Includes Aperitivo and Performance. A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to Il Punto Italian Cultural Center. 

R.S.V.P must be received by Thursday, January 25th. Register online here. 

Riccardo will present, “If You See Something, Play Something!” This solo performance piece is about the impact of the American culture on an Italian man in his fifties who has recently navigated becoming a U.S. citizen. However, this story unveils sentiments perhaps shared by other Nomadi Globali (Global Nomads). Riccardo notes, “With all respect for past immigrants, as the new ones, we live under completely different conditions.  Our roots are planted in our glorious past but fertilized with the last achievements of modern Italian culture. We maintain a living relationship with the homeland through social media and frequent travels. Our motivations to leave are different - job opportunities, love and marriage, or just the wish to have a new experience. We have a better understanding of language and issues, but even with all of that, life is complicated, homesickness is behind the door, discomfort and struggles a daily burden.”

We hope you can join us for this very special night of community. After the presentation there will be time for socializing and sharing stories and sentiments inspired by the presentation. Space and seating is limited so please reserve your seat early!

Aperitivo menu included in your paid reservation:

  • Bere: One glass of Red or White Wine, Prosecco, Beer, Coffee, or Soda
  • Antipasta: Imported Italian Meats & Cheeses, Grilled Vegetables
  • Insalata: Organic mixed green salad with olive oil & reduced balsamic dressing
  • Pasta: Baked gnocchi with tomatoes and mozzarella (vegetarian option) OR
  • Pasta: Baked gnocchi with spinach and prosciutto (meat option)
  • Dolce: Pizzelle with D'Abrosio Gelato

Register now.

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Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

Instrumental Ladies of Jazz - $10.00 cover

Caffè Musica proudly presents Instrumental Ladies of Jazz, Friday, January 19th, 2017, 7:00 - 9:00pm, $10.00 cover: This event showcases some of the finest female jazz instrumentalists in the Seattle area. Join us in welcoming host, pianist and composer Ann Reynolds and Leah Pogwizd (bass).

Leah Pogwizd performs with the Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra (SWOJO). She is also an instructor at the Jazz Night School teaching classes, ensembles, and private lessons. Her blog at www.leahpogwizd.com offers both a thoughtful and entertaining perspective on music and music learning.  

Ann Reynolds is a composer and piano player. She has played in NW Jazz community since mid 1990s, but is perhaps best known for her Cuban music. In 2014 she released a CD, Para Cuba Con Amor,  of her own Cuban music compositions, covering a wide set of genres. She has also played in jazz big bands (SWOJO) for many years and teaches private piano lessons.

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Jan
7
5:00 PM17:00

First Sunday Jazz Aperitivo

Caffè Musica presents an evening Aperitivo and Jazz, Sunday, January 7, 5:00 - 7:30pm, no cover.  Join us for a delicious array of Italian bites and listen to some great music as Seattle Jazz Guitar Society joins forces with Shoreline Community College Music Faculty and Students. This open jam will feature some great guitar work accompanied by other skilled instrumentalists on bass, piano, voice, and horn. Reservations required.

This traditional Italian Aperitivo includes our special dishes of the evening and 1 drink of your choice for $15.00. The menu features organic pasta dishes, organic salad, grilled veggies, imported Italian meats and cheeses, fresh Italian pastries, and a great selection of wine, beer, Prosecco and espresso drinks. Gluten-free and vegetarian options available. 

Reservations required, 206-418-6797.

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Jan
6
2:30 PM14:30

Festa della Befana - Free Event

Il Punto Italian Cultural Center is pleased to invite you to the annual Festa della Befana, Saturday, January 6th, 2:30-4:30pm, co-hosted by Caffè Musica. Free event, but r.s.v.p. required.  

Join us for a traditional Italian Festa to celebrate the Befana. We will have fun activities for children, we’ll serve a light “merenda” and all well-behaved children will receive candies from the Befana herself!

Come to meet her!

A representative of NOI – Not and Ordinary Italian School for Children will be available to meet the parents interested in the language program.

FREE event but RSVP is required by January 4th.

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Dec
29
7:00 PM19:00

Laura Rosok - $10.00 Cover

Caffè Musica presents jazz vocalist, Laura Rosok, 7:00-9:00p, Friday, December 29th - $10.00 cover: We are thrilled to welcome back this wonderfully talented, award-winning jazz vocalist. She is accompanied by Jazz Guitarist, Jesse Sullivan.

Laura Rosok has a voice that grabs your attention. She delivers a wonderful repertoire of jazz standards and popular songs worthy of attention by any music lover. Laura was the recipient of Downbeat Magazine's national Student Music Awards in the jazz soloist category in 2015 while still in high school. Downbeat said of Rosok, “You are the total package! Beautiful, clear sound, great pitch, effortless flexibility of motion. A pleasure to listen to.” Other accolades have included winning the Seattle-Kobe Female Jazz Vocalist competition which led to Rosok's guest performances at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley, the Sone Jazz Club and the Jazz Queen Vocal Contest in Kobe, Japan. Rosok has performed with the likes of Lance Buller and the Roadstars (KPLU studio sessions broadcast live on radio), Jesse Sullivan, Randy Halberstadt, Bill Anschell, Reuel Lubag, and Jon Hamar among others.

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Dec
15
6:30 PM18:30

Holiday Aperitivo & Tombola

Holiday Aperitivo and Tombola, Friday, December 15th, 6:30-9:30pm. Il Punto Italian Cultural Center of Seattle presents a special aperitivo night! Just for Christmas time, December Aperitivo will be a tombola night. Registration required. 

Bring your kids and family to celebrate with us and play the most popular Italian holiday game. You can win one of the amazing prizes offered by Il Punto! and have a lot of fun!

Kids who don’t want to play tombola, can watch a movie in our movie room.

Special Aperitivo menu:
30$ non-members
20$ members

Lasagne (vegetarian option available)
Drink (red, white wine or sparkling)
Organic mixed green salad
Panettone

10$ kids menu (under age 10)

Pasta with tomato sauce
Chocolate cookie
Panettone

Register here by Wednesday, December 13th

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Dec
9
7:00 PM19:00

Abilgail Gilbert - $5.00 cover

Caffè Musica presents Abigail Gilbert, 7:00-9:00pm, Saturday, December 9th, $5.00 cover:  We discovered Abby Gilbert when she played at one of our Emerging Artist Showcases. We were blown away by this young artists skill and have invited her back as the featured artist for Italian Music Night. Abby has performed in venues throughout Seattle and in the grand cathedrals in Spain. She won the Washington Music Educator's Association solo guitar competition two years in a row.  

It is obvious when you hear her play, that Abby cares deeply about the music she presents and loves to interpret it by honoring the stories surrounding each piece. She will present a program of Italian and Mediterranean Composers which is sure to leave you as stunned as we were when we first heard her play. See her in this intimate setting while you can. Reservations highly recommended. We're working on turning out a full house for this very talented emerging artist.

 

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Dec
3
5:00 PM17:00

An Evening of Jazz - No Cover

Caffè Musica presents an evening of Jazz, Sunday, December 3, 5:00 - 7:30pm, no cover.  Please join us for a delicious array of Italian bites and listen to some great music as Seattle Jazz Guitar Society joins forces with Shoreline Community College Music Faculty and Students. This open jam will feature some great guitar work accompanied by other skilled instrumentalists on bass, piano, voice, and horn.

The menu features fresh, hand-made pasta dishes, organic salad, grilled veggies, imported Italian meats and cheeses, fresh Italian pastries, and a great selection of wine, beer, prosecco and espresso drinks. 

Be sure to make a reservation, 206-418-6797.

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Nov
18
7:00 PM19:00

Del Rey Trio - $10.00 Cover

Caffe Musica presents the Del Rey Trio, Saturday, November 18th, 7 - 9pm. We are thrilled to welcome back Northwest treasure, Del Rey, with her extraordinary trio cohorts, Matt Weiner and Jacob Zimmerman.  

Del Rey is a virtuosic musician, consummate entertainer, and music scholar who captivates all who come to see her play. Acoustic Guitar Magazine deemed Miss Rey, "one of the greatest modern players of the metal-bodied resonator guitar” while Ukulele Magazine wrote she is, "One of the Ukulele’s Most Important Players and Teachers."

Matt Weiner (Standup bass) can be spotted in Seattle playing bass and singing in the Casey MacGill Trio, as well as with Barton Carroll, Miles & Karina, Bric-a-Brac Trio, Wayne Horvitz's "Painting The Town Red" Project, The New Orleans Quintet, The Tall Boys and many others. He has performed and recorded with many other talented folks including The Hot Club of Cowtown, The Asylum Street Spankers, The Flying Neutrinos, Butch Thompson, Lyle Ritz, Becky Kilgore, Danny Barnes, Suzy Thompson, Matt Munisteri and Rani Arbo. He played the role of bass player Joe B. Mauldin in the 5th Avenue Theatre production of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, in which he wore a hairpiece. At The Ukeshack #1, an album of bass and ukulele duets he recorded with Del Rey, was released in 2007. 

Saxophonist and clarinetist Jacob Zimmerman is an extremely versatile and integral part of the local creative-music community. Jacob studied music at the internationally renowned Garfield High School, the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, and Mills College in Oakland. His teachers have included Roscoe Mitchell, Jerry Bergonzi, Joe Morris and Anthony Coleman. Jacob was recognized as the “2013 Emerging Artist of Year” by Earshot Jazz.

Zimmerman’s playing channels the spontaneous melodic spirit of his heroes: Bix Beiderbecke, Lester Young and Lee Konitz. He maintains a private studio for studies in jazz improvisation, saxophone and clarinet, and works as an ensemble director for Garfield High School.

 

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Nov
17
7:00 PM19:00

Instrumental Ladies of Jazz - $10.00 cover

Caffè Musica proudly presents Instrumental Ladies of Jazz, Friday, November 17th, 2017, 7:00 - 9:00pm, $10.00 cover: This event showcases some of the finest female jazz instrumentalists in the Seattle area. Join us in welcoming host, pianist and composer Ann Reynolds and special guest, Cynthia Mullis (saxophone).

Inspired by her experience in the Big Apple, Cynthia Mullis plays saxophone with East Coast flair and West Coast sensibility. After moving to New York City in 1993 to study with the legendary saxophonist Jimmy Heath, she immersed herself in the NYC jazz scene, paying dues and performing with world-class musicians.

From 1994-2000 she was a member of the all-women big band Diva in NYC. With Diva, she toured extensively across the United States and Europe, backing such artists as Diane Schuur, Joe Williams and Dave Brubeck, and performing at the Blue Note, Birdland, the Kennedy Center, and jazz festivals in Berlin, Montreal, and Switzerland. Cynthia can be heard on two of Diva’s CDs, Leave It to Diva and I Believe in You.

Since moving to Seattle in 2000, Cynthia has continued to perform with a notable list of musicians, as well as record two CDs as a leader, Inside Job and Analog Honking Device. Cynthia was also featured on SWOJO’s recording Meeting of the Waters, and performed with SWOJO at the Lima, Peru Jazz Festival in 2007. Cynthia holds a Master of Arts in Jazz Performance from Queens College in NYC and a Bachelor of Music Performance degree from the University of Northern Colorado.

Ann Reynolds is a composer and piano player. She has played in NW Jazz community since mid 1990s, but is perhaps best known for her Cuban music. In 2014 she released a CD, Para Cuba Con Amor,  of her own Cuban music compositions, covering a wide set of genres. She has also played in jazz big bands (SWOJO) for many years and teaches private piano lessons.

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Nov
16
7:00 PM19:00

Shoreline Community College Music Night - No Cover

Caffè Musica presents Shoreline Community College Music Night, Thursday, November 16th, 7 - 9pm.  We are always surprised at the wonderful quality and variety of talents at this popular monthly event. Please join us in welcoming the students and faculty of Shoreline Community College. Enjoy a delicious buffet and some great music. Reservations recommended. No cover.

Aperitivo $15.95, students $12.95 with a valid student I.D. Our regular dinner menu is available also.

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Nov
11
6:00 PM18:00

Italian Music Night - open mic

Caffè Musica presents Italian Music Night, 6:00-9:00pm, Saturday, November 11th - no cover: Have some lively fun tonight. It’s a chance to hear native Italians sing favorites from the Italian popular music genre. Everyone is welcome to join in the fun. Share or request your favorite tune. This is open-mic style Italia-oke. Italian Music Night has become one of our most popular music nights so be sure to make a reservation.

We will offer a delicious Italian-style buffet this evening prepared by our Umbrian chef, Silvia Minelli. Specials and regular menu items also available. Happy Hour all Evening.

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Nov
10
6:30 PM18:30

Aperitivo with Architect Domenico Ferrara

Aperitivo with Architect Domenico Ferrara, Friday, November 10th, 6:30-9:00pm, Registration required, Free Admission: Il Punto Italian Cultural Center of Seattle presents a special aperitivo night!  This is an opportunity to meet new people and have a lot of fun "all'italiana"! Special guest is the Italian architect Domenico Ferrara, a visiting researcher who will give a talk for The Civica Institute on November 17th. During the aperitivo, Domenico will share with us his experience abroad and his views on contemporary Italian architecture compared to that of the USA.

Enjoy some good company while sipping a glass of wine and tasting some delectable cannelloni prepared by chef Silvia Minelli at Caffè Musica*.
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Special Aperitivo menu* available: $15 per person,

-- 1 Glass of wine (red, white or sparkling)

-- Cannelloni Ragu or Spinach Ricotta

-- Organic mixed green salad

Please RSVP by Thursday, November 9th

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Nov
9
7:00 PM19:00

Meredith Axelrod with Jacob Zimmerman - $10.00 cover

Caffè Musica presents Meredith Axelrod with special guest Jacob Zimmerman, Thursday, November 9th, 7:00 - 9:00pm, $10.00 cover: We are thrilled to have this fantastic duo come to Caffè Musica to present an amazing repertoire of important american musical history. It is sure to be a very special performance and we hope you can join us for it. 

“Meredith Axelrod sings and plays guitar as if she really returned to the pre-mic days. We’re not talking revisionist copy of so and so from way back when; we’re talking as if we plucked an original out of the era and time-traveled…” – JL Stiles

“It takes more than passion to do what Meredith does. It takes guts; conviction. She is unflinchingly committed to authentic recreation of the tunes in her repertoire–swampy blues and early American roots music.” – Gary Rametta

Delightfully engaging and unassumingly comic, Meredith Axelrod envisions the limitless potential of early twentieth century music, whether it be Ragtime, Music Hall, Pop Standard, Boogie Woogie, Tin Pan Alley, String band, Jazz, Country, Blues or even Jug Band music, and embodies the spirit that brought the music into existence in the first place.  Her vocal style is unusual, probably because she learned to sing by listening to how folks did it a century ago – through the medium of cylinders and 78-rpm records.

The dominant theme throughout her expansive repertoire, is that, whatever the genre, these are songs she learns from the original sources (records and / or sheet music) which were released  between the 1890s and the 1930s. Part of the allure of old time music, indeed any music throughout the history of recorded music, is hearing the original recordings as played and sung by the original performers in their heyday, loving what they’re doing and doing it because it means something to them in that moment, never because of nostalgia, and Meredith brings the same unbridled passion, earnest devotion and candid vitality to all of her music; she has found possibility and joy in  the treasures of cultural folklore.

Saxophonist and clarinetist Jacob Zimmerman is an extremely versatile and integral part of the local creative-music community. Jacob studied music at the internationally renowned Garfield High School, the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, and Mills College in Oakland. His teachers have included Roscoe Mitchell, Jerry Bergonzi, Joe Morris and Anthony Coleman. Jacob was recognized as the “2013 Emerging Artist of Year” by Earshot Jazz.

Zimmerman’s playing channels the spontaneous melodic spirit of his heroes: Bix Beiderbecke, Lester Young and Lee Konitz. He maintains a private studio for studies in jazz improvisation, saxophone and clarinet, and works as an ensemble director for Garfield High School.

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Nov
5
5:00 PM17:00

Seattle Jazz Guitar Society - No Cover

Caffè Musica presents the Seattle Jazz Guitar Society, 5:00-7:30p, Sunday, November 5th - No Cover: Please join us for this awesome monthly music jam featuring some of Seattle's best players. This is an opportunity to sit-in with some of Seattle's best players, and for listeners to kick back and enjoy some delicious Italian bites and some fine refreshments. Guitarist Bruce Barnard hosts.

No cover, but tips welcome for this non-profit group who is doing some great musical work in the community.

Our menu this evening consists of a traditional Italian aperitivo, or you can order from our regular menu. Included in Aperitivo menu: 1 drink of your choice, meat or veggie lasagna, salad, grilled veggies. 

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Oct
28
5:00 PM17:00

Scaryoke - no cover

Caffè Musica presents Scaryoke, Saturday, October 28th, 5 - 9pm, no cover.  There is nothing like a haunting melody and we'd like to hear yours. This is your chance to sing it with a group of excellent musicians, so bring your chart. 

You might have heard about Silvia's crazy delicious pumpkin porcini lasagna. This is your chance to find out what all the fuss is about. Come in costume and enjoy a free dessert after dinner. We look forward to enjoying some Halloween fun with you.

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Oct
27
5:00 PM17:00

Scopa & Vinyl Night - no cover

Caffè Musica presents Scopa & Vinyl Night, Friday, October 27th, 5 - 9pm, no cover. Join us for a fun and entertaining evening. A delicious traditional Italian aperitivo, Scopa (Italian cards), and listening to an incredible vinyl collection. Bring your favorite vinyl record to share and we'll spin if for you. 

Our regular dinner menu is also available all evening. Reservations recommended. 

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Oct
21
7:00 PM19:00

Surf the Pines - $5.00 cover

Caffè Musica presents Surf The Pines (acoustic duo), Saturday, October 21st, 2017, 7:00 - 9:00pm, $5.00 cover: The musical journey behind Surf The Pines began in Ireland, when Shane Leinster flipped a coin to decide whether he’d move to Los Angeles or New York City to find a more supportive music scene.

Even though Los Angeles won the toss, and Leinster lived and played music there for seven years, it’s in his now-native Seattle that he’s found his true musical home. Brand new four-piece indie rock group Surf The Pines (featuring Leinster, Bill Ibsen, Bardi Martin, and Patrick Porter) is pushing hard, delivering energetic, raw pop-rock with moments of acoustic guitar Americana, derived from lengthy musical careers.

With American rock roots paying homage to Petty, Westerberg, Mould and Chilton, the music of Surf The Pines always begins on Shane’s acoustic guitar. With subject matter that often explores the complexities of relationships, Surf The Pines sound equally as powerful whether as a full band or performing unplugged.

For acoustic shows Patrick Porter accompanies Shane on Acoustic guitar and backing vocals. Porter has played in many Seattle bands on guitar, bass and pedal steel. He fronts his own band Explone, and has recorded and performed with Ken Stringfellow, Joran/Crystal Radio, Red Jacket Mine, The Bourbonites, Andrew Norsworthy, Andrea Maxand, Kirby Krackle and many more.

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Oct
20
7:00 PM19:00

Instrumental Ladies of Jazz - $10.00 cover

Caffè Musica proudly presents Instrumental Ladies of Jazz, Friday, October 20th, 2017, 7:00 - 9:00pm, $10.00 cover: This new series showcases some of Seattle's finest female jazz instrumentalists. This month we welcome bassist, Kelsey Mines, with host and pianist, Ann Reynolds.

Kelsey Mines is a recipient of the Holland Scholarship and studied at the Prince Claus Conservatoire in Holland before returning to Seattle. She is a performer, composer and teacher of the double bass and commands a variety of styles from jazz to classical to pop. As a creator, collaborator, and performer Kelsey aspires to enrich and enliven the world around her through music.

Composer and pianist Ann Reynolds has played in the Northwest jazz scene since the mid 1990s. Her musical skills traverse many genres, but she is perhaps best known for her Cuban music, and in 2014, released a recording of original works entitled, Para Cuba Con Amor. Ann has played in big bands including the Seattle Womens Jazz Orchestra. 

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Oct
14
7:00 PM19:00

Italian Music Night - no cover - dinner starting at 5pm

Caffè Musica presents Italian Music Night, 7:00-9:00p, Saturday, October 14th - no cover tonight, Dinner starting at 5pm: This consistently lively night of music traverses a wide range of traditional, contemporary, and popular Italian music. This has become one of our most popular music nights so be sure to make a reservation. Happy Hour 5-6pm $1.00 off glass of wine, prosecco, beer, espresso drinks. 

Specials tonight in addition to our regular menu:

Spinach Ricotta Cannelloni

Sausage Mushroom Lasagna

Pumpkin Soup

Tiramisu

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Oct
13
7:00 PM19:00

Del Rey with special guest Matt Weiner - $10.00 Cover

Caffe Musica presents the Del Rey, Friday, October 13, 7 - 9pm, $10.00 cover. We are thrilled to welcome back Northwest treasure, Del Rey. A virtuosic musician, consummate entertainer, and music scholar, Del Rey captivates all who come to see her play. Acoustic Guitar Magazine deemed Miss Rey, "one of the greatest modern players of the metal-bodied resonator guitar” while Ukulele Magazine wrote she is, "One of the Ukulele’s Most Important Players and Teachers." Del is joined this evening by bassist, Matt Weiner.

Matt Weiner (Standup bass) can be spotted in Seattle playing bass and singing in the Casey MacGill Trio, as well as with Barton Carroll, Miles & Karina, Bric-a-Brac Trio, Wayne Horvitz's "Painting The Town Red" Project, The New Orleans Quintet, The Tall Boys and many others. He has performed and recorded with many other talented folks including The Hot Club of Cowtown, The Asylum Street Spankers, The Flying Neutrinos, Butch Thompson, Lyle Ritz, Becky Kilgore, Danny Barnes, Suzy Thompson, Matt Munisteri and Rani Arbo. He played the role of bass player Joe B. Mauldin in the 5th Avenue Theatre production of Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, in which he wore a hairpiece. At The Ukeshack #1, an album of bass and ukulele duets he recorded with Del Rey, was released in 2007. 

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Oct
12
7:00 PM19:00

Shoreline Community College Music Night - No Cover

Caffè Musica presents Shoreline Community College Music Night, Thursday, October 12th, 7 - 9pm.  We are always surprised at the wonderful quality and variety of talents at this popular monthly event. Please join us in welcoming once again the students and faculty of Shoreline Community College. Enjoy a delicious buffet and some great music. Reservations recommended. No cover.

Buffet $15.95, students $12.95 with a valid student I.D. Our regular dinner menu is available also.

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Oct
6
5:00 PM17:00

Scopa & Vinyl Night Aperitivo - no cover

Caffè Musica presents Scopa & Vinyl Night Aperitivo, Friday, October 6th, 5 - 9pm, no cover. Join us for a delicious traditional Italian aperitivo, Scopa (Italian cards). We'll teach you how to play. Listen to some great vinyl records. Bring yours and we'll spin it. 

Aperitivo includes one glass of wine, beer, prosecco, or another drink of your choice and an array of delicious Italian small plates, and desserts - $15.00. Additional wine/prosecco by the the glass $6.50, beer $5.00/glass. Aperitivo reservations required - come anytime 5pm on until close.

Our regular dinner and wine menu is available also if you'd like to order from that.  

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Oct
1
5:00 PM17:00

Seattle Jazz Guitar Society Jam

Caffè Musica presents the Seattle Jazz Guitar Society, 5:00-7:30p, Sunday, October 1st - No Cover: Please join us for this awesome monthly music jam featuring some of Seattle's best players. This is an opportunity to sit-in with some of Seattle's best players, and for listeners to kick back and enjoy some delicious Italian bites and some fine refreshments. Guitarist Bruce Barnard hosts.

No cover, but tips welcome for this non-profit group who is doing some great musical work in the community.

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Sep
28
7:00 PM19:00

Consul General of Italy - Aperitivo

Caffè Musica in conjunction with Il Punto Italian Cultural Center of Seattle is pleased to host an Aperitivo to welcome the Consul General of Italy in San Francisco to Seattle, 7:00-9:00p, Thursday, September 28 - $15.00: During this special visit to Seattle, Consul General, Lorenzo Ortona will meet with members of the Italian and Italian-American community. Come and share your stories with the newly appointed Consul while sipping a glass of wine and tasting some delectable bites prepared by Caffè Musica. Pre-registration required, space is limited.

This traditional Italian-style aperitivo includes a glass of wine or prosecco, delicious hand-made meat lasagne, or porcini pumpkin lasagne, and organic mixed green salad. Cost is $15 per person.

Caffè Musica’s regular dinner menu is also available featuring fresh hand-made pasta, sauces, soup, salad, grilled vegetables, and traditional Italian desserts. 

To register for this event - click here.

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Sep
15
7:00 PM19:00

Instrumental Ladies of Jazz - $10.00 cover

Caffè Musica proudly presents Instrumental Ladies of Jazz, third Friday of every month beginning Friday, September 15, 2017, 7:00 - 9:00pm, $10.00 cover: We are thrilled to present this new series showcasing some of the finest female jazz instrumentalists in the Seattle area. Hosted by pianist and composer Ann Reynolds, it is sure to be a popular series, so please make your reservations early. Ann and musician, Tobi Stone join musical forces to debut this series.

Tobi Stone is a saxophonist, clarinetist, flutist and composer in the Seattle Area. She has performed most notably with Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra (2012-2015), recorded and toured internationally with The Tiptons Saxophone Quartet (2002-2007), and played regularly with pianist Ann Reynolds as a jazz duo (1999-2013). She also appears with The Pazific  - a Caribbean, Spanish, Funk, Reggae dance band. Currently, she teaches at her Alki Beach Music Studio, Seattle Drum School and Jazz Clubs Northwest in North Bend.

Ann Reynolds is a composer and piano player. She has played in NW Jazz community since mid 1990s, but is perhaps best known for her Cuban music. In 2014 she released a CD, Para Cuba Con Amor,  of her own Cuban music compositions, covering a wide set of genres. She has also played in jazz big bands (SWOJO) for many years and teaches private piano lessons.

 

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Sep
14
7:00 PM19:00

Shoreline Community College Music Night

Caffe Musica presents Shoreline Community College Music Night, Thursday, September 14th, 7 - 9pm.  We are always surprised at the wonderful quality and variety of talents at this popular monthly event. Please join us in welcoming once again the students and faculty of Shoreline Community College. Enjoy a delicious buffet and some great music. Reservations recommended. No cover. 

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Sep
9
7:00 PM19:00

Italian Music Night - $5.00 Cover

Caffè Musica presents Italian Music Night, 7:00-9:00p, Saturday, September 9th - $5.00 cover: This consistently lively night of music traverses a wide range of traditional, contemporary, and popular Italian music. This has become one of our most popular music nights so be sure to make a reservation. 

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Sep
3
5:00 PM17:00

Seattle Jazz Guitar Society Jam

Caffè Musica presents the Seattle Jazz Guitar Society, 5:00-7:30p, Sunday, September 3rd - No Cover: Please join us for a traditional Italian aperitivo and this awesome monthly jazz jam featuring some of Seattle's best players. This is an opportunity for players to sit-in with a Class-A rhythm section, and for listeners to kick back and enjoy some delicious Italian bites, a wonderful Sunday evening buffet, and some fine refreshments. Guitarist Bruce Barnard hosts.

No cover, but tips welcome for this non-profit group who is doing some great musical work in the community.

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Aug
26
7:00 PM19:00

Jazz Hands - Gypsy Jazz Trio - $5.00 cover

Caffè Musica presents Jazz Hands, Saturday, August 26, 7 - 9pm, $5.00 cover: Join us is welcoming back this very fun and lively trio. Playing together for over 5 years, this group has developed a great chemistry and true virtuosic flair - a hallmark of the Gypsy Jazz style. Bonnie Birch (accordion), Ben Wheeler (guitar), Edgar Haimerl (guitar).

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