There’s no doubt, the Seattle Public Library is keeping folks entertained this fall. Next up? A way for you to check out some music with your books the next time you stop by.
Each Sunday in September and October a different branch of the library will host live music with narration. The series is entitled Expressions Without Limits, Jazz Residency. There are two intriguing performances to choose from that follow engrossing stories: the Japanese American injustice during World War II and how jazz saxophonist Joe Brazil encouraged community development through music amidst civil rights injustices during the 1960s and 1970s.
Sounds like a fascinating adventure definitely worth checking out.
Expressions Without Limits, Jazz Residency
Sundays in September & October / 2PM
Various Seattle Public Library Branches