Earshot Jazz, a nonprofit music, arts and service organization was formed in 1984 to support jazz in Seattle and the surrounding communities, with concerts, education programs, publications, and the annual Earshot Jazz Festival, which began in 1989, featuring regional, national and international jazz artists.
- Primary Form of Entity: Nonprofit
- Primary Artistic Discipline: Music
- Primary Areas of Activity: Presenter, Producer, Services for Artists, Arts Education, Festival
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HistoryLink.org: Clarence Acox Jr., Earshot Jazz and John Gilbreath, Jean Griffith, the Seattle Art Museum and Mimi Gardner Gates, the Longhouse Media Native Lens program, Massive Monkees, and Richard Hugo House receive Seattle Mayor's Arts Awards on August 31, 2007