Willrich and his full ensemble will headline the Triple Door for one show only. Showtime is 11 PM, and tickets for the show are $12 in advance and $15 day of show. Tickets can be purchased at the Triple Door's Box Office, over the phone by calling 206-838-4333, or online at www.tripledoor.net.
The Triple Door is located beneath Wild Ginger, across from Benaroya Hall, in the heart of downtown Seattle. Doors open at 10:00pm. Must be 21 years or older to attend. The Jackson Street Music Program (JSMP) is a non profit organization that provides 12-18 year olds with musical programming to enthuse their creativity, as well as their social and cultural productivity through the art of music. The Jackson Street Music Program's Music/Entertainment Business Academy is supported by: Ariel Media, 98.9 Smooth Jazz KWJZ, Seattle University, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center and Rotary Boys and Girls Club.
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A music teacher as well as a performing artist, Darrius Willrich writes and performs music that molds and fuses together the genres of jazz, hip hop, soul, electronica and R&B to create a harmonious sound that are both hook heavy, and easily memorable. A composer, arranger, collaborator, session player and performer; Willrich hears the music around him with a wider spectrum and a greater ear. Mixing his natural abilities as an artist with a bachelors degree in Jazz piano from Cornish, Willrich derives his musical inspiration from influences such as Stevie Wonder and Prince.
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