Events

NOV

24

2:00 pm

-

5:00 pm

Join us for

Wine & Wild Game

Teutonic Wine Company and Fausse Piste are teaming up for a Pre-Thanksgiving event with lots of wine to taste and complimentary wild game appetizers to sample.

Barnaby and Jesse have been on the hunt for critters and foul all month long and want to share their bounty with you! Jesse will be preparing the wild game.  Samples are limited, so come early, so you don’t miss out!

The Back Country Hunters & Anglers, a non-profit organization will be onsite with an informational booth. They focus on environmental issues and teach responsible hunting and angling practices to be in harmony with nature and to preserve and respect our public lands and waters. For more information, you can visit them at: backcountryhunters.org

$10 at the door. 21+ only. All wines will be available for bottle purchase.

DEC

04

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

featuring Trio Uncontrollable, Dec. 4th

Trio Uncontrollable brings together three extremely talented and diverse musicians with individual virtuosity – Dan Balmer on guitar, Alan Jones on drums and Damien Erskine on bass. They play songs based on Dan Balmer’s compositions but add improvisational twists and turns along the way. These three have been playing together for a couple years now, never performing the same set and dazzling their audience every time. You do not want to miss this.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. Small plate menu available. $5 cover at the door. 21+

DEC

06

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring Noah Simpson Quartet on Friday, Dec. 6th

Come check out the infectious energy of the Noah Simpson Quartet.  The first Friday of every month, Noah Simpson brings his own exploratory spin to neo-soul and contemporary jazz.  One of the most exciting young trumpeters in the Pacific Northwest, this show will not disappoint!  The quartet will feature Chris Higgins on bass, Matt Sazima on keyboards and Daniel Rossi on drums.

Music begins at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate menu. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

DEC

11

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

featuring Mike Horsfall’s tribute to Cal Tjader

Cal Tjader was undoubtedly the most famous non-Latino leader of Latin jazz bands, an extraordinary distinction. From the 1950s until his death, he was practically the point man between the worlds of Latin jazz and mainstream bop; his light, rhythmic, joyous vibraphone manner could comfortably embrace both styles.

Mike Horsfall is in demand as a composer, arranger, recording artist, concert soloist and educator on both vibraphone and piano.  He has performed with Chuck Redd, Leroy Vinegar, Rebecca Kilgore and Gary Hobbs, and has recorded with Pink Martini, the Nu Shooz Orchestra and with Tall Jazz, a trio he co-founded in 1989 which was voted into the Jazz Society of Oregon’s 2010 Hall of Fame.  Mike serves on the music faculty at Willamette University and Mt. Hood Community College.

Accompanying Mike will be Cheryl Alex (flute & vocals), Dan Gaynor (piano), Bill Athens (bass), Charlie Doggett (drums), Bobby Torres (congas).

Music starts at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate menu available 5 to 9 pm. There will be a $5 cover charge at the door. 21+ only.

DEC

13

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring The Nicole McCabe Quartet, Dec. 13th

Every second Friday of each month, Nicole McCabe will lead a quartet at Teutonic Wine Company. Nicole is a jazz alto saxophonist in Portland Oregon. Her influences include artists such as Cannonball Adderley, Kenny Garrett, Sonny Rollins, and many other artists rooted in the bebop and post bop era of jazz. She has performed along side some of Portland’s and beyond, most notable musicians such as Alan Jones, Joe Manis, Ron Steen, Charlie Porter and internationally known John Patitucci and Paquito D’Rivera. Nicole is also a teacher for the Musicality Company in Portland and teaches piano, clarinet, and saxophone regularly. Nicole has recently been offered a presidential scholarship for Berklee College of Music’s 5 week performance camp playing in the first year of the Women’s Performance Program ran by Terri Lyne Carrington.

Nicole McCabe Quartet features Jack Radsliff on guitar and Garrett Baxter on bass.  Music will begin at 7:30 pm. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

 

 

DEC

14

8:00 pm

-

10:30 pm

The Mutineers Holiday Ensemble

Join us for the Mutineers Holiday Ensemble. We are more than thrilled to have these guys play at our place! Here’s whats being said about this Portland-based duo.

“One foot firm in the Americana camp and one in old time rock n’ roll. A familiar warm feeling comes as with many Elvis Presley songs and some of the more mellow output by The White Stripes, though this track could easily fit in the final club scene that ended David Lynch’s recent season of ‘Twin Peaks’. Excellent, harmonious, sincere and catchy – a winning formula” – Big Takeover Magazine on The Mutineers’ latest single, “Couldn’t Get Over You”

“On ‘Drug For That’, The Mutineers lean towards the output of PJ Harvey with John Parish, The Stevenson Ranch Davidians, The Raconteurs and Band of Skulls. The raw live vibe here is infectious and male-female vocals sang in tandem are the icing on the cake… A great introduction to the band’s music” – Louder Than War

Singer and guitarist Brian Mathusek has roamed from East to West and many places in-between. Along the way, he has gathered stories of hope and fear, love and loss. If there is one constant theme throughout Mathusek’s songwriting, it’s an openness and honesty that comes straight from the heart. He began performing his early songs as a solo artist, but when lifelong friend Michael Astudillo joined in on acoustic guitar and then later his not-yet wife Merry Young picked up the drums, The Mutineers were born.

There is so much more to be said about them, but before they get too big, come see them in our small intimate setting and drink delicious local wines. We serve a small plate menu 6 to 9 pm. 21+ only.

 

DEC

18

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

The Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Company present

Taylor John Williams Sings Christmas

Join us for a holiday-spirited performance by Taylor John Williams. Taylor is a Los Angeles based singer songwriter and guitar player who has performed at places like the venerable Hotel Café for a two-month stint before releasing his debut album “El Dorado.” His diverse talents allow him to perform in various styles ranging from pop to Indy rock and even jazz and standards (thanks to his step-dad Alan Jones). He will incorporate all of these genres that will send you off with a warm and energized feeling for the Christmas holiday!

Taylor will be accompanied by Jon Lakey (bass), Charlie Porter (trumpet), Randy Porter (piano) and Alan Jones (drums).

Music starts at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate dinner menu. 21+ only.

General admission $25. Click here to get your ticket now. Don’t wait, his shows sell out every year!

DEC

20

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring Painted Mantis, Dec. 20th

Emerging from Portland’s exciting community of young, jazz musicians, Painted Mantis creates social music for an atmosphere of communal exploration. Painted Mantis reaches for the extreme musical possibilities – combining explosive melodies and dance-inducing grooves with serene atmospheric soundscapes. Just as comfortable strapped to a rocket to Mars as they are while meditating peacefully in a canoe, Painted Mantis is here to take you on an adventure through time and space. The destination may sometimes be a little unclear, but the journey is guaranteed to be a unique and fantastic experience.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate menu. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

DEC

24

12:00 pm

-

4:00 pm

Come by and stock up on wine for the holidays! We will be open from 12 to 4 pm on Christmas Eve and closed all day on Christmas. Have a wonderful and safe holiday.

DEC

25

12:00 pm

-

9:00 pm

Happy Holidays from Teutonic Wine Company. We will be closed all day on December 25th so we can all spend the day with our families. We will reopen with normal hours on December 26. Check out our Five Nights of Jazz music line-up Dec. 26th through the 30th.

DEC

26

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

The Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. Present

Jazz & Dinner Series

Night #1 – George Colligan, A Tribute To Cedar Walton

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

One of the most valued of all hard bop accompanists, Cedar Walton was a versatile pianist whose funky touch and cogent melodic sense graced the recordings of many of jazz’s greatest players. He was also one of the music’s more underrated composers; although he was always a first-rate interpreter of standards, Walton wrote a number of excellent tunes (“Mosaic,” “Ugetsu,” and “Bolivia,” to name a few) that found their way into Art Blakey’s book during the pianist’s early-’60s stint with the Jazz Messengers. In addition to his many quantifiable accomplishments, Walton is less well known as the first pianist to record, in April 1959 with John Coltrane, the tenor’s daunting “Giant Steps” — unlike the unfortunate Tommy Flanagan a month later, Walton wasn’t required to solo, though he does comp magnificently. Click here to read more about Cedar Walton.

George Colligan is a New York based pianist, organist,drummer, trumpeter, teacher, and bandleader, who is one of the most original and compelling jazz artists of his generation. An award-winning composer (Chamber Music America/Doris Duke Foundation grant recipient) and player (winner, Jazzconnect.com Jazz Competition), Colligan is highly in demand as a sideman, having worked with players like Cassandra Wilson, Don Byron, Buster Williams, and Lonnie Plaxico, both on the bandstand and in recording sessions (appearing on over 100 CDs).

George will be accompanied by Jon Lakey on bass and Alan Jones on drums.

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

A New York trained chef, Johanna Ware, got her chops at Public, two of David Chang’s Momofuko restaurants and Del Posto. Upon arriving in Portland, she worked for Cathy Whims at Nostrana, and then opened up her own restaurant Smallwares. After a great 7-year run, she closed the doors this year to focus on new things.  She will be preparing some of her signature Pan Asian dishes including kimchi pancakes, steamed fish in banana leaf, short rib ragu and more.

See Dinner Menu

Dinner service begins at 5:30 pm, music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

DEC

27

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

The Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. Present

Jazz & Dinner Series

Night #2 – Greg Goebel, A Tribute to Herbie Hancock

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

“I chose to perform a tribute to Herbie not only because he’s a huge influence on my own playing, but he’s also one of the most influential voices in modern jazz piano.  His ability, like Miles, to cross into different genres, never getting stuck in the past, always moving forward, while still maintaining his unique voice is something that I’ve admired and strived to develop in my own career.” – Greg Goebel

Greg Goebel will be accompanied by John Nastos (alto saxophone) Phil Baker (bass) and Alan Jones (drums).

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

A New York trained chef, Johanna got her chops at Public, two of David Chang’s Momofuko restaurants and Del Posto. Upon arriving in Portland, she worked for Cathy Whims at Nostrana, and then opened up her own restaurant Smallwares. After a great 7-year run, she closed the doors this year to focus on new things.  She will be preparing some of her signature Pan Asian dishes including kimchi pancakes, steamed fish in banana leaf, short rib ragu and more.

See Dinner Menu

Dinner service begins at 5:30 pm, music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

 

DEC

28

8:00 pm

-

10:00 pm

The Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. Present

Jazz & Dinner Series

Night #3 -Charlie Porter, A Tribute to Joe Zawinul

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

Joe Zawinul belonged in a category unto himself — a European from Vienna, heartland of the classical music tradition who learned to swing as freely as any American jazz musician, and whose appetite for growth and change remained insatiable. His curiosity and openness to all kinds of sounds made him one of the driving forces behind the electronic jazz-rock revolution of the late ’60s and ’70s — and later, he would be almost alone in exploring fusions between jazz-rock and ethnic music from all over the globe.

As a multi-genre trumpeter, Charlie Porter, who has accompanied Joe Zawinul extensively through out the US and abroad, has decided to make this show a tribute to him.

Charlie Porter Quintet features Enzo Irace on guitar, Nicole McCabe on alto saxophone, Ross Garlow on bass, Daniel Rossi on drums and Charlie on trumpet.

 

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

A New York trained chef, Johanna got her chops at Public, two of David Chang’s Momofuko restaurants and Del Posto. Upon arriving in Portland, she worked for Cathy Whims at Nostrana, and then opened up her own restaurant Smallwares. After a great 7-year run, she closed the doors this year to focus on new things.  She will be preparing some of her signature Pan Asian dishes including kimchi pancakes, steamed fish in banana leaf, short rib ragu and more.

See Dinner Menu

Dinner service begins at 5:30 pm, music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover at the door. 21+ on

 

DEC

29

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

The Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. Present

Jazz & Dinner Series

Night #4 – Andrew Oliver’s Hot Jazz Trio

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

“It’s easy to assume that Jelly Roll Morton, Sidney Bechet et al can’t speak to a younger generation, but pianist Andrew Oliver’s quartet lays that notion to rest.” – Sunday Times (UK)

As an American pianist currently living in London, England, Andrew Oliver specialize in early jazz, stride piano, ragtime, and tango. He performs solo and with the Dime Notes, a quartet putting their own classy and stomping spin on a wide range of early jazz repertoire. Playing yet with two other ensembles, one called the Vitality Five, who are a raucous band that performs energetic and authentic 1920s music and Horniblow’s Hot Three, a trio unearthing a unique mix of obscure washboard bands and modernists 1920s novelty music. Take a journey back to when drinking and having fun was sin and against the law, but people sure as heck did it anyway!

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

A New York trained chef, Johanna Ware, got her chops at Public, two of David Chang’s Momofuko restaurants and Del Posto. Upon arriving in Portland, she worked for Cathy Whims at Nostrana, and then opened up her own restaurant Smallwares. After a great 7-year run, she closed the doors this year to focus on new things.  She will be preparing some of her signature Pan Asian dishes including kimchi pancakes, steamed fish in banana leaf, short rib ragu and more.

See Dinner Menu

Dinner service begins at 5:30 pm, music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

 

DEC

30

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

The Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. Present

Jazz & Dinner Series

Night #5 – Bobby Torres, A Tribute To Nina Simone

Guest Chef Johann Ware

She was one of the most extraordinary artists of the twentieth century, an icon of American music. She was the consummate musical storyteller, a griot as she would come to learn, who used her remarkable talent to create a legacy of liberation, empowerment, passion, and love through a magnificent body of works. She earned the moniker ‘High Priestess of Soul’ for she could weave a spell so seductive and hypnotic that the listener lost track of time and space as they became absorbed in the moment. She was who the world would come to know as Nina Simone.

Bobby Torres has been honing his unique Latin Jazz sound in Portland for the last 25 years. Before that, he was all over the world.

From New York City, to Woodstock with Joe Cocker, through ten years of world-touring with Tom Jones, to forming The Bobby Torres Ensemble – his own Latin Jazz group in Portland – Bobby Torres has been on the music scene for 50 years. Click here to read more about Bobby.

Bobby will be accompanied by his daughter Julana Torres (vocals), Cameron Morgan (guitar) and Dan Gaynor (piano).

Guest Chef Johanna Ware

New York trained chef, Johanna got her chops at Public, two of David Chang’s Momofuko restaurants and Del Posto. Upon arriving in Portland, she worked for Cathy Whims at Nostrana, and then opened up her own restaurant Smallwares. After a great 7-year run, she closed the doors this year to focus on new things.  She will be preparing some of her Pan Asian signature dishes including kimchi pancakes, steamed fish in banana leaf, short rib ragu and more.

See full menu here

Dinner service begins at 5:30 pm, music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

JAN

01

12:00 pm

-

9:00 pm

Happy New Year!

We will be closed all day on January 1st and 2nd and will reopen on January 3rd at our normal time.

JAN

02

12:00 pm

-

9:00 pm

Teutonic Wine Company will be closed

on January 2nd.

We will reopen on January 3rd with our regular hours.

JAN

03

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring Noah Simpson Quartet, Friday, Jan. 3rd

Come check out the infectious energy of the Noah Simpson Quartet.  The first Friday of every month, Noah Simpson brings his own exploratory spin to neo-soul and contemporary jazz.  One of the most exciting young trumpeters in the Pacific Northwest, this show will not disappoint!  The quartet will feature Chris Higgins on bass, Matt Sazima on keyboards and Daniel Rossi on drums.

Music begins at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate menu. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

JAN

08

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

featuring the Jon Ostrom Band, Jan. 8th

Portland’s Jon Ostrom is a talented and accomplished guitarist and songwriter playing jazz, funk, rock and bluegrass in various groups throughout his career. The imagery created by his guitar playing combined with his songwriting showcase his ability to create landscapes for deep grooves and improvisation. Who and what is the Jon Ostrom Band? Instrumental jazz and funk quintet based in Portland, OR. Two horns, drums, bass and guitar originals and covers – this band takes tunes into bop, free, jamband and funk territories.

Musicians include G. Bundy on saxophone and clarinet, Robert Pawlowski on trumpet and flugglehorn, Andy Love on drums, Tyler Smith on bass and Jon Ostrom on guitar.

We offer a small plate menu. Music starts at 7:30 pm. There is a $5 cover at the door. You must be 21+ to attend this event.

JAN

10

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

The Face of Jazz To Come

Featuring Nicole McCabe Quartet

Every second Friday of each month, Nicole McCabe will lead a quartet at Teutonic Wine Company. Nicole is a jazz alto saxophonist in Portland Oregon. Her influences include artists such as Cannonball Adderley, Kenny Garrett, Sonny Rollins, and many other artists rooted in the bebop and post bop era of jazz. She has performed along side some of Portland’s and beyond, most notable musicians such as Alan Jones, Joe Manis, Ron Steen, Charlie Porter and internationally known John Patitucci and Paquito D’Rivera. Nicole is also a teacher for the Musicality Company in Portland and teaches piano, clarinet, and saxophone regularly. Nicole has recently been offered a presidential scholarship for Berklee College of Music’s 5 week performance camp playing in the first year of the Women’s Performance Program ran by Terri Lyne Carrington.

Nicole McCabe Quartet features Jack Radsliff on guitar, Jon Lakey on bass and Andres Moreno on drums.

We offer a small plate menu 6 to 9 pm. Music starts at 7:30 pm.  $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

JAN

15

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

featuring Nancy King, Jan. 15th

She’s been called everything from a “cult figure” and an “uncompromising artist,” (Earshot Jazz) to “the greatest living jazz singer,” (Herb Ellis). As one of the few improvisers in vocal jazz to master the vocabulary, Nancy King has “indefatigable scat chops and a remarkably elastic range.” (The Oregonian) She is an adored local legand as we are more than excited to host her at our winery. Accompanying her on piano is Steve Christofferson.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. We offer small plate menu options 5 to 9 pm. $10 cover at the door. 21+ only.

JAN

17

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring Painted Mantis, Jan. 17th

Emerging from Portland’s exciting community of young, jazz musicians, Painted Mantis creates social music for an atmosphere of communal exploration. Painted Mantis reaches for the extreme musical possibilities – combining explosive melodies and dance-inducing grooves with serene atmospheric soundscapes. Just as comfortable strapped to a rocket to Mars as they are while meditating peacefully in a canoe, Painted Mantis is here to take you on an adventure through time and space. The destination may sometimes be a little unclear, but the journey is guaranteed to be a unique and fantastic experience.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate menu. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

JAN

22

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

Dan Faehnle Quartet, Jan. 22nd

Dan Faehnle’s musical career began in 2000 with a pretty big splash, playing with Diana Krall and her quartet for three years, touring the world and receiving accolades from venerable publications like the New York Times, Los Angeles Time, Jazz Time, Downbeat Magazine and among other international publications. He is originally from Ohio but his established his roots here in Oregon, having the opportunity to play with local greats like Leroy Vinnegar, Chuck Israels, Dave Frishberg and Dick Berk. His ongoing associations with these legendary musicians led him to numerous live performances and CD recordings. Faehnle has also worked with such noted musicians as Joey DeFrancesco, Eddie Harris, Zoot Sims and more.

Dan will be accompanied by Jon Lakey on bass, Alan Jones on drums and special guest.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover at the door, 21+ only.

JAN

24

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring NaMu, Jan. 24th

NaMu is a Portland-based seven-piece instrumental band and brainchild of composer and trumpet player Chang Park. Born in Korea, moved to Harlem NY and then finally settling in Portland. NaMu melds genres of jazz, funk, hip/trap, metal, house/idm together into a brave new breed of sound. The word “NaMu” means tree in Korean and is represented by the kanji symbol. The band uses the concept of the tree as a metaphor for how music shapes a community. Trees spread out their roots and have far reaching effects on their surroundings, fostering ecosystems from the ground up. NaMu seeks to foster art and compassion in their community in the same way.

Members include Chang Park (trumpet), Lee Hauser (drums and electronics), Lee Burlingame (alto sax) Kaleb Davies, (drums), Miguel Hernandez (guitar), Patrick Golichink (bass).

We offer a small plate menu 6 – 9 pm. Music starts at 7:30 pm, $5 cover at the door,  21+ only.

JAN

29

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

TBD – stay tuned, info coming soon.

JAN

31

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

The Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

Featuring Tour de Force

The newly forged power trio Tour de Force, masterfully crafts musical implements of destruction for an eager audience. At the base of the forge sits Sam Arnold, the anvil; a virtuous savage wielding a six-stringed axe. Keyboardist Dario LaPoma sits at the bellows, setting the forge ablaze with his glowing embers; breathing life into the belly of the beast. Battery technician Machado Mijiga, brings the hammer down upon the mix. With deafening crashes, the musical blade is born; a blade which penetrates the very essence of its audience. Come and experience the aural smithing at Teutonic Wines on January 31st!

We offer a small-plate menu 6 to 9 pm. $5 cover at the door. Music starts at 7:30 pm. 21+ only.

FEB

05

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

Mike Gamble’s Second Wind, Feb. 5th

Gamble is an adventurous guitarist and multi-instrumentalist whose work with electronic modes of composition are integrated endlessly into his setup. Gamble has spent the last 15 years immersed in the creative jazz, experimental rock and improvised music scene primarily in NYC, with close ties to New Orleans, Burlington, Boston, San Francisco and now in Portland OR, where he currently lives.

Mike Gamble’s second wind features Todd Sickafoose on bass and Mike Lockwood on drums.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover. 21+ only.

FEB

07

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

Featuring Noah Simpson Quartet

Come check out the infectious energy of the Noah Simpson Quartet.  The first Friday of every month, Noah Simpson brings his own exploratory spin to neo-soul and contemporary jazz.  One of the most exciting young trumpeters in the Pacific Northwest, this show will not disappoint!  The quartet will feature Chris Higgins on bass, Matt Sazima on keyboards and Daniel Rossi on drums.

Music begins at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate menu. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

FEB

12

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Wednesday, February 12

7:30 pm — 10:00 pm

Dmitri Matheny Quartet

Teutonic Wine Company

3303 SE 20th Avenue

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

Dmitri Matheny Quartet, Feb. 12th

Celebrated for his warm tone, soaring lyricism and masterful technique, American musician Dmitri Matheny has been lauded as “one of the most emotionally expressive improvisers of his generation” (International Review of Music).  First introduced to jazz audiences in the 1990s as the protégé of Art Farmer, Matheny has matured into “one of the jazz world’s most talented horn players” (San Francisco Chronicle).

Born on Christmas Day, 1965 in in Nashville,Tennessee, Dmitri was raised in Georgia and Arizona. Attracted to his father’s collection of jazz and classical LP records, Dmitri began piano lessons at age 5, switched to the trumpet at age 9, and took up the flugelhorn at 18. Click here to read more.

Musician line up includes Dmitri Matheny on flugehorn, Steve Christofferson on piano, Eric Gruber on bass and Michael Reynor on drums.

Show will begin at 7:30, we offer a small plate menu, $5 cover charge at the door,  21+ only.

FEB

19

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

featuring John Stowell Trio, Feb. 19th

John is a unique jazz guitarist influenced as much by pianists and horn players as he is by guitarists. His original take on harmony, chords and improvisation sets him apart.

He has taught internationally for over 40 years in every educational setting.
His clinics are informal, hands-on and informative. In addition to music theory and guidelines for improvisation, John shares his professional experience with the business of music.

John Stowell will be accompanied by Jon Lakey on bass and Alan Jones on drums.

We offer a small plate menu (6 to 9 pm). Music starts at 7:30 pm, $5 cover at the door, 21+ only

FEB

26

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

Featuring Alan Jones Sextet

Stay tuned, more info to come.