Naomi Moon Siegel's Seattle Sextet

May 15

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Please join us in the Carnegie Gallery for a special concert with Naomi Moon Siegel's Seattle Sextet amid the immersive exhibition Terry Karson: Human/Nature. No-host bar.

Trombonist and composer Naomi Moon Siegel has "crafted a truly unique aesthetic, combining elements of straightahead, fusion and modern jazz with world-music flavors in a way that sounds entirely of the 21st century" (JAZZIZ). She is committed to exploring the trombone as a vehicle for sonic expression colored by breath, spit, and physicality. As a composer and bandleader, Siegel has released two albums to critical acclaim, Shoebox View on Break Open Records in 2016, and Live at Earshot on Slow and Steady Records in 2019. Her third album, produced by Siegel and Allison Miller, is slated to come out in 2024, drawing inspiration from themes such as climate change, grief, and joy. Photos by Rio Chantal.

Her band features Marina Albero on piano, Andy Coe on guitar, Christopher Icasiano on drums (Fleet Foxes), Ray Larsen on trumpet, and Tommy Sciple on bass. Siegel is a mainstay of the NorthWest music scene, collaborating with folks such as Caroline Keys, Wayne Horvitz, March Fourth Marching Band, Skerik, Allison Miller, and many more. Photo by Greg Kramer.

This tour is supported in part by a grant from the Montana Arts Council, an agency of State Government.

Price: 50
Member Price: 30