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The Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra, co-founded by Barbara Hubers-Drake and Ellen Finn, was formed to nurture the musical, educational and
artistic growth of individual musicians, to encourage women to become involved in jazz
performance/composition as a career or avocation, and to foster community interest in
and appreciation of jazz as an art form. Since the first rehearsal in January of 2000, the band has performed at clubs,
jazz festivals, and concert halls on two continents and performed with many
distinguished artists including Don Lanphere, Mimi Fox, Becca Duran, Susan Pascal, Greta Matassa,
Kelley Johnson, Hazel Leach, Jill Townsend, John Thomas, and Ingrid Jensen.
SWOJO has released two CDs on OA2 Records.
Information about our recordings is available on our
The band has performed at the Earshot Jazz Festival, Seattle Jazz Vespers series, the Triple Door Mainstage, Dimitriou's Jazz Alley, Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival, and many others. Please check our performance calendar for complete details on all our upcoming performances.
SWOJO Board of Directors
Betsy Smith, President
Carolyn Caster, Vice-President/Treasurer
Maria Joyner, Secretary
Denise Cline, Board Member
Marge Rosen, Executive Director
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