Caffè Musica presents Instrumental Ladies of Jazz, Friday, February 15th, 7-9pm, $10.00 cover: We are very pleased to feature some of Seattle’s finest female jazz musicians in this series. This month host Ann Reynolds (piano) will team up with bassist extraordinaire Kelsey Mines.
Kelsey Mines is a performer, composer, and teacher of the double bass. A recipient of the Holland Scholarship, Kelsey followed her passion for the double bass to the Netherlands, where she studied at Prince Claus Conservatoire before returning to Seattle where she now teaches and performs a variety of styles, from jazz to classical to pop. Wherever she may be, Kelsey aspires to create, collaborate, and perform music that enriches and enlivens the world around her.
Ann Reynolds is a composer, piano player and educator. 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.
Early-bird dinner seating begins at 5pm, seating for dinner show begins at 6pm. Last dinner seating at 8:30pm. Tonight’s menu includes selections from our regular menu and specials featuring traditional dishes of the Italian region of Calabria. Reservations advised. Free parking in our covered parking garage with your dinner reservation - call 206-418-6797.