According to a recent permit filing, Seattle Jazz Fellowship will soon open a new brick-and-mortar location.
A representative of Seattle Jazz Fellowship stated that the deal is still under negotiation.
While an official opening date and what Seattle Jazz Fellowship will offer for its menu has yet to be confirmed, according to the permit filing, they are described as being a beer and wine theater.
Seattle Jazz Fellowship describes itself as the Seattle Jazz Fellowship is more than an organization; it’s a beacon of hope for jazz enthusiasts, both young and old.
As an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, the Fellowship is said to be committed to nurturing the vibrant spirit of jazz and ensuring its continuity in our community. To achieve this mission, they rely on five primary sources of revenue: membership, corporate sponsorship, grants, ticket sales, and individual donations.
The Seattle Jazz Fellowship is a sanctuary for all who share a passion for jazz. It thrives at the intersection of community, fellowship, and learning, all in the context of jazz—a creation deeply rooted in Black American culture and history. Here, you’ll find an array of engaging activities, including workshops, jam sessions, rehearsals, album listening events, and mentorship programs. The Fellowship draws inspiration from local master musicians, touring bands, and newcomers to the world of jazz, providing a supportive environment for all.
At the core of their vision is mentorship—a crucial element in the jazz tradition. The Fellowship offers both aspiring young talents and seasoned veterans the chance to immerse themselves in a cycle of learning and sharing that has been shaping jazz for decades. By offering opportunities for mentorship, fellowship, and real-time creation, the Seattle Jazz Fellowship ensures the enduring vitality of jazz in our community, according to the company website.
Update: Previous information has been removed after the initial publishing of this article due to the request of the representative of Seattle Jazz Fellowship.