Upcoming Gigs & Performance Dates.

So honored to be a part of a powerful collaboration with the amazing Marina Albero, Adriana Giordana, and Chava Mirel. Thank you, Abe Beeson and KNKX for this great article. https://www.knkx.org/post/northwest-musicians-creatively-cope-coronavirus-outbreak Successful musicians often need to be creative hustlers to make a living as artists. With the COVID-19 outbreak leading to increasing concert cancellations, those hustling skills are being put to a serious test. One musician, pianist Marina Albero, is experimenting with a new way for musicians to connect with their audience — virtually. 

Albero will host a live streaming concert on Facebook at 7 p.m. this Sunday, March 15, in what she's calling The Quarantine Sessions. This effort was born of distress, Albero says. She had a performance in Seattle canceled last week due to the outbreak. Then, "I had a concert at a medical conference in Barcelona for 2,000 people canceled, that's when the survival instinct started working."

I am so honored and humbled by being the recipient again of the Earshot Golden Ear Award for  2019. I was in the field of such an amazing field of musicians. Seattle has been so supported by what I do and how I show up as an artist. This City has been amazing to me and allowed me the space to create, I look forward to the healing and future of my home town. Here is the current issue : https://www.earshot.org/project/2020-05-the-2019-golden-ear-seattle-jazzhall-of-fame-awards/

Trading Fours is a music podcast that focuses on musicians with a Kansas City connection. Your host is Jamie Green. Jamie is a guitarist who plays with the 90's band Thunder Jacket. He also is involved in other projects, and his undergraduate degree is in broadcast journalism. Trading Fours is published on the 15th and last day of the month. I was interview a few weeks ago by James Green a great musician in one of my favorite cities Kansas City to listen please follow the link:

https://tradingfours.libsyn.com/jacqueline-tabor

Thursday, October 8th at 6:00 pm Jacqueline Tabor and Marina Albero with a brilliant performance filmed at Soma Resonance in the Heart of Bellevue https://www.bellevuedowntown.com/events/jazz-and-blues-festival/watch  This is the second phase of Don't Explain and a special thanks to Kind and Company Events for creating a beautiful setting for our performance: https://www.kacevents.com/  if you missed it fast forward to 1:05 here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bK7dywodZE&t=3913s 

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