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Listening Room

A unique and intimate concert experience.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Chap's Band
July 11th, 2024  7:30PM

Blake Braley, Tristan Pierce, Keleren Millham, Eddie Ramirez, Juan Paras, and Bo Cooke reunite for a live concert recording at The Hamilton Studio Listening Room. 

Join the live studio audience!

 

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Sacha Boutros
July 13th, 2024  7PM

Sacha Boutros honors Americana, the music of America that connected the globe during WWII. 

Backed up by Brent Edstrom, Brian McCann, Brendan McMurphy plus special guest saxophonist Rachel Bade-McMurphy.

This intimate concert at the Hamilton Studio listening room will export listeners to another era, with stories of love, sorrow and harmony. Classics from the American Songbook that connected the globe at a time when it was needed the most. 

Award-winning singer, composer and producer, Sacha Boutros, breathes new life into the classics. Her innovative jazz release "So in Love," was recently recorded LIVE from Studio A at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles a month before the pandemic. Featuring 20x Grammy award winning recording engineer and producer, Al Schmitt.

Sacha Boutros is renowned for her diverse and riveting performances from Jazz to Opera singing in 14 different languages and speaking 6 fluently. Serving as an international ambassador for peace and unity, Sacha leverages music to foster connections and community constructing peace-themed murals to promote harmony among neighboring countries.

 

 

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Clive Carroll
July 12th, 2024  7PM

Born in England, Clive began his musical journey in Chelmsford, Essex. His parents had a taste for American country and old time music and it wasn’t long before Clive was playing in the family band on a homemade banjo. By his early teens, guitar in hand, Clive was traversing the worlds of soul, pop, funk, and traditional Irish music, balancing his affinity for Slayer with the etudes of Tárrega.
This breadth of musical curiosity was to become one of his strengths; even as a kid Clive was as comfortable accompanying a group of folk singers as he was jamming along to Nirvana, or reading charts on banjo and guitar in theatre orchestra pits.
He has worked with guitar greats such as John Williams, Tommy Emmanuel, Xuefei Yang, Ralph Towner, D'Gary, and Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. He has toured across Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and North America.
To date, Clive has released four solo albums; “Sixth Sense”, “The Red Guitar”, “Life in Colour” and "The Furthest Tree".

$35 in advance, $40 at the door

Doors open at 6:30, Music from 7-9pm

 

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The Divas
July 19th, 2024  7PM

LoveDog! Media presents The DIVAS! concert, "What She Said...Back!, a Musical toast and roast the the 1950's. Acclaimed vocalist/producer Sandra Marlowe and award-winning actress/director Gaye Kruger Ribble have crafted a nostalgic and captivating show, sharing the stage with "Divas" Robin Hambey, Carol Davis, Beth Rainey, Kim Plewniak and Sophia Johnson. These first call singers/musicians perform solos, duets, trios that pays homage to the music of the 1950's while 'talking back' with humor and stories to the stereotypes of the day. With class and sass, these women engage and entertain an audience, applauding what it means to be female. A soulful, funny, and sometimes irreverent, always authentic romp through the perspectives of six decades of women through five musical genres-not to be missed. 

See more: Flash Mob Divas!

                    Driving with Divas!

Read About the divas:

https://www.spokesman.com/stories/2022/oct/13/what-she-said-a-feminine-perspective-in-six-genres/

Doors open at 6:30, Diva's from 7-9pm

 

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Jared Hall
July 27th, 2024  7PM

On Influences, his second Origin Records release, Jared Hall directs his attention to the influences that first kindled and then nourished and sustained his life path as a trumpeter/composer. Thoughts of Woody Shaw, Tom Harrell, Wallace Roney and others provided the inspiration for the eight original compositions, along with Gigi Gryce's "Minority," while their adventurous spirits, technical brilliance and commitment to a voice infuse the performances by Hall's quartet. 

Doors open at 6:30, Music from 7-9pm

$25 in advance, $30 at the door

 

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Christie Lenée
with Ryan David Green
September 15th, 2024  6PM

Acoustic Guitarist of the Year 2019 Christie Lenée is more than a musician – she’s an experience. Symphonic compositions flow from her fingertips effortlessly, with sound ranging from transcendental folk-pop to virtuosic instrumentals. Christie is often described as ‘Michael Hedges meets Joni Mitchell and Dave Matthews,” an integration of melodic pop lyricism with catchy hooks and percussive, harmonic textures. Her first place victory in the acclaimed 2017 International Fingerstyle Guitar Championship has earned her featured coverage in Guitar Player Magazine, Acoustic Guitar Magazine, and Premier Guitar. 

Doors open at 5:30, music starts at 6pm

 

99 Person Capacity

Audio and Video Recording

Licensed for Individual Beer & Wine Sales

Located in Upper Kendall Yards

Live at the Hamilton Listening Room…
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Our cyc and full lighting grid

creates the perfect backdrop.

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The original proscenium arch stage and red master drape offer a classic presentation.

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Theater "in the round" configuration means no one is further than 25 ft. from the artist.

For more information and pricing details,
visit our Eventective Profile

Our building dates back the early 1900s, when it served as St. Joseph’s Catholic School’s Auditorium until the school closed in 1969.

The interior space has been renovated since then, but many original features like the stage and hardwood floors have been preserved. Hamilton Studio is a Spokane gem, listed on the Spokane Register of Historic Places.

The Historic Hamilton Studio
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