Facilities Maintenance Technician

Job Description

SFJAZZ is seeking a Facilities Maintenance Technician. This position is key to ensuring certain facilities projects are completed on time and within budget. The Facilities Maintenance Technician creatively completes a wide variety of tasks around both reactive and preventative maintenance as well as proactively planning for projects that provide solutions for improving the performance of the department and building as a whole. Performs a variety of highly complicated tasks with finesse, grace, tact, and goodwill. Able to find solutions that work within the architectural and sound design requirements and limitations of the SFJAZZ Center and within the budgetary constraints of a non-profit performing arts facility.

Reports to: Facility Operations Manager
Department: Operations

About SFJAZZ: SFJAZZ is one of the world’s most popular and important presenters of jazz. The SFJAZZ Center is LEED Gold certified and a perfect stage for artists and the community to celebrate the living American art form of Jazz. The sixty-four million dollar center launched in 2013 and the 32-year old non- profit organization now crafts distinguished Programming and Education services from the heart of the San Francisco arts district.

Building Operations and Maintenance:

  • Test, monitor and evaluate performance of structures, equipment and building systems for SFJAZZ Center
  • Schedule, perform, and coordinate preventative and corrective maintenance for building equipment, systems, permanent interior elements, HVAC, MEP systems, grounds and exterior elements
  • Test, monitor and evaluate performance of building systems
  • Be trained in and assist with monitoring all computer-based building systems including HVAC, security, lighting and access control
  • Work with FOH, Operations, and Technical staff to identify repair needs
  • Coordinate and monitor work of vendors; assess work of the vendor, billing, work quality and timeliness of the completed vendor projects; deep knowledge of vendors and a vendor selection process; able to assess vendors capability to complete specialty tasks

Facility Function:

  • Highly attuned to the safety needs of audience, patrons, staff and vendors accessing and utilizing the facility; identify areas that need attention and find appropriate solutions
  • Is trained in and acts as a facilities department representative to the Emergency Response Team
  • Work to maintain the safe use of all facility systems; able to train other staff on safe and appropriate use
  • Reports, recommends and provides solutions for any unsafe conditions within or around the facility
  • Coordinates and uses the computer-based work-order system for initiation, prioritization and satisfactory resolution of facilities help desk tickets
  • Assists in the development, implementation, and enforcement of Facilities procedures, protocols and guidelines pertaining to safety, security and emergency planning
  • Assist with the documentation of all facilities record keeping systems including remediation projects for future reference and use
  • Any other duties as assigned

Other Skills and Attributes:

  • Creative problem solver with ability to adapt solutions to many different problems or needs
  • Ability to communicate complicated tasks to non-technical people
  • Ability to document the conditions and standards required to maintain all building systems and assets
  • Ability to accurately create timelines and deadlines for completion of projects - prioritizes and knows when to delegate tasks to a specialist
  • Proficient at budgeting projects and sticking to those budgets
  • Customer service oriented - able to work with and through a wide-variety of people across the organization to accomplish tasks
  • Familiar with researching and implementing best practices
  • Maintains appropriate tools and equipment on-site and make recommendations on needed additions for specialized tasks
  • Establishes and maintains working inventory of basic parts required for facility; maintains facilities specific assets and tools inventory
  • Maintains and establishes vendor relationships - assists in evaluating their Service Level Agreements and monitors their billing.

Education and Experience:

  • Requires a high school diploma and at least 10 years of experience in the field
  • Familiarity with the fields of plumbing, electricity, carpentry, painting, plastering, and machine servicing
  • Knowledge of the procedures and safety measures in area(s) of speciality
  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds unassisted and 50 pounds assisted and maneuver in and out of tight spaces, Climb stairs, ladders or go underneath the building. May be exposed to weather conditions. Some exposure to hazardous chemicals (protection provided). Some exposure to loud noises (protection provided)
  • Familiarity and willingness to conform to safety PPE requirements
  • Facility with hand tools and other building equipment including handcarts and moving equipment
  • To apply: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@sfjazz.org. All applications must be accompanied by a proper cover letter to be considered. Resumes will be accepted until position filled. Please no phone calls or faxes.

    SFJAZZ is an equal opportunity employer and is seeking to create a diverse and harmonious workplace.

DakhaBrakha

 
DakhaBrakha

Thursday, April 16, 7:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

DakhaBrakha
Ukranian Roots Series: DakhaBrakha  

DakhaBrakha

A sonic feast as well as a visual spectacle, Kiev’s DakhaBrakha weaves ancient Ukrainian folk melodies into a subversive musical tapestry that embraces indie rock, pop, hip hop, the avant garde, and traditional instrumentation from around the world. With a name (ДахаБраха) that translates as “give/take” in old Ukrainian, the quartet began a decade ago as the musical component of avant garde stage performances at the DAKH Theater in Kiev, cementing the group’s arresting visual image and signature theatrics. Over the course of five increasingly accomplished releases, DahkaBrakha has honed a haunting musical approach based around unearthly vocal harmonies and thunderous percussion, augmented by floating cello and accordion sonorities. Heralded by Rolling Stone as the “Best Breakout” performers at 2014’s Bonnaroo festival, the band calls their music “ethno-chaos,” a moniker that perfectly describes their fearless appropriation of African, Asian, Arabic and Western influences in creation of their singular sound. With the recent political and social unrest in Ukraine, DakhaBrakha has taken on the mission of cultural ambassador, celebrating national pride in uncertain times through the limitless power of music.

Artist Personnel

Marko Halanevych accordion, percussion, vocals
Nina Garenetska cello, percussion, vocals
Iryna Kovalenko keyboards, percussion, vocals
Olena Tsybulska percussion, vocals

Artist Website

"From the first moment the group starts performing, it's hard not to get caught up in the magic it weaves. …utter brilliance. " — NPR
"Visually striking and sonically mesmerizing " — Broadway World

Facility Operations Manager

Job Description

SFJAZZ is seeking an experienced and dynamic Facility Operations Manager. As a management position, the venue professional will lead a team of staff and vendors to execute facility programing, projects and work delivery systems, and provide facilities support to other departments and major events. This position will manage SFJAZZ Center's automated Building Management Systems and processes, and further define the physical plant standard operational and maintenance procedures to ensure the day-to-day immaculate functioning of the Center.

Reports to: Director of Operations
Department: Operations

About SFJAZZ: SFJAZZ is one of the world’s most popular and important presenters of jazz. The SFJAZZ Center is LEED Gold certified and a perfect stage for artists and the community to celebrate the living American art form of Jazz. The sixty-four million dollar center launched in 2013 and the 32-year old non-profit organization now crafts distinguished Programming and Education services from the heart of the San Francisco arts district.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Ensures full technological and mechanical functioning of the SFJAZZ Center physical plant. Develops strategic direction and programing for BIM/ CAFM management processes and software. Ensures that BMS and mechanical/electrical systems are fully functioning as per specifications. Continues to further develop and tone building systems performance and refine BMS programing.
  • Continues to develop LEED centered O&M and service delivery systems including, work orders, preventive maintenance programing, capital project direction, and management of craft building service providers including HVAC, sanitation, security, pest control and fire/life safety services.
  • In conjunction with the Director of Operations, develops and implements standards and performance metrics for all building work and service contractor performance. Conducts efficiency studies and recommends procedures and practices to improve operational efficiency. Serves as lead for liaison between SFJAZZ facilities and the various governmental code enforcement entities.
  • Continues post-construction work including warranty correction work and taking the lead to resolve problematic systems corrections.
  • Prepares and leads implementation of facilities standard operation policies. Teaming up with the Technical Director of Production and the House Manager, develops a performance venue safety plan.
  • Budget management: Working with the Director of Operations, generates and manages facilities operating budget. Tracks budget performance, discrepancies, forecasts performance issues such as unforeseen expenditures and cost avoidances, and responds proactively with corrective measures. Manages facilities procurement and inventory control system. Authorizes facilities expenditures and makes recommendations to Director of Operations for new expenditures and projects.
  • LEED and Energy Efficiency: Provides proactive leadership in environmental sustainability for the SFJAZZ physical plant. Actively maintains SFJAZZ Center LEED Gold certification and develops a “whole building” efficiency improvement plan and activities. Conducts and commissions building energy and utilities assessments as needed. Fully implements SFJAZZ Green Housekeeping Policy and SFJAZZ Waste Stream Policy. Leverages external resources and program opportunities to maintain and improve efficiency work.
  • Other tasks and projects as assigned.

DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Education or experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in facilities management, construction management, engineering, architecture, or a related field. IFMA or similar facilities management certifications helpful. Experience directing facilities at performance arts venues or cultural institutions facilities preferred.
  • Advanced skills in facilities management including a strong background in building technology and LEED Centered O&M planning and programing. Experience in working in prominent LEED certified public facilities in a management capacity.
  • Advanced skills in developing facilities departments including knowledge of facilities operations concepts, strategic planning, budget development and management, composing facilities policy and procedure and site plans. Advanced writing and verbal skills.
  • Advanced project management skills, able to manage sizable projects and work load concurrently.
  • Ability to navigate complex processes, organizational and action pathways. Resilient management skills, ability to operate in a developing dynamic organization. Temperament for working in a performance art venue with multiple stakeholders with an emphasis on delivering consistently high levels of internal and external customer service.
  • Demonstrates understanding and application of management approaches for work direction, motivation, performance management, and disciplinary action. Skilled at relationship building and ensuring stakeholder communication and buy-in. Promotes a culture of teamwork, accountability and team results.
  • An understanding of and ability to communicate with a diverse staff and client base.
  • Ability to communicate (both verbally and in writing) with building management staff and tenants.
  • California driver's license and clean DMV record required.
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds and work without an elevator, ability to climb a ladder, ability to climb and troubleshoot building systems such as HVAC duct work. Able to respond 24/7 for building emergencies.

Salary: The salary will be commensurate with experience.

To apply: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@sfjazz.org. All applications must be accompanied by a proper cover letter to be considered. Resumes will be accepted until position filled. Please no phone calls or faxes.

SFJAZZ is an equal opportunity employer and is seeking to create a diverse and harmonious workplace.

Resonance In Concert

Saturday, October 18, 8:00pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Visiting Presenter Series: Rentals - Series  

Resonance In Concert

Saturday, October 18 · 8PM
SFJAZZ Center · Robert N. Miner Auditorium

Twitter Tequila Happy Hour & Brian Blade Concert

 

Twitter Tequila Thursday
at SFJAZZ Center

followed by Brian Blade
& The Fellowship Band concert

Thursday, Sept 18 · 5:30PM Happy Hour · 7PM Concert

Thursday, September 18, 7:00pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Joe Henderson Lab

Brian Blade
Twitter Tequila Thursday Series: Exclusive Offer for Twitter  

Twitter Tequila Happy Hour & Brian Blade Concert

Happy Hour w/ Tequila Special Tasting
followed by Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band concert
Next Thursday, September 18
5:30 Happy Hour - Tasting, Tequila Special Lesson with Erik Adkins
7:00 Concert - Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band
SFJAZZ Center, Franklin & Fell (5 minute walk up Fell from Twitter headquarters)

$45, includes one Tequila Special and a reserved seat for the 7pm concert. Exclusive offer for Twitter employees - just 40 seats available. Concert is sold out to the public.

Happy Hour with Erik Adkins, 5:30 -- 6:45
Join Erik Adkins - 2012 Tales of the Cocktail award winner for best restaurant bar in the country (Slanted Door) and Slanted Door Group Bar Manager - for a demonstration, tasting, and history of South at SFJAZZ’s signature drink, the Tequila Special.

Concert with Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Drummer and composer Brian Blade is one of the most versatile and soulful musicians in jazz -- with long-term associations with Wayne Shorter, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Joshua Redman, Herbie Hancock, Emmy Lou Harris, Daniel Lanois, and many others. He formed the Fellowship in 1997 with pianist Jon Cowherd. Their latest record, released last May, is Landmarks on Blue Note Records.
Blue Note Spotlight: Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band's Landmarks
NPR First Listen: Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band's Landmarks

About SFJAZZ:
In January 2013, after 30 years of presenting at rented venues around the Bay Area, SFJAZZ opened the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley. The San Francisco Chronicle dubbed the SFJAZZ Center, “one of the most perfect performance spaces ever.”
The New York Times: As Open as the Genre It Celebrates

Artist Personnel

Brian Blade drums
Melvin Butler soprano & tenor saxophones
Myron Walden alto saxophone, bass clarinet
Jon Cowherd piano
Chris Thomas bass

Artist Website

"Post-bop sophistication is gently sifted through layers of gospel, country, folk and soul, with the implicit aim of balancing intellect against emotion. And it works. " — The New York Times
"It’s a profoundly important band, and Blade is widely acknowledged as one of the top drummers in jazz. " — DownBeat

Shows You Might Also Enjoy...

Dec 10-14: A Love Supreme
Jan 29-Feb 1: Eric Harland

Leaders Circle Manager

Job Description

As a member of SFJAZZ's Development staff, the Leaders Circle Manager plays a critical role in increasing individual donor support. He/she is responsible for overseeing the solicitation of annual Leaders Circle gifts between $1,200 and $5,000, annual gifts earmarked to SFJAZZ Education, capital campaign gifts, and SFJAZZ annual gala packages. The Leaders Circle Manager reports to the Individual Giving Director and provides direct support for all individual giving initiatives.

Reports to: Individual Giving Director
Department: Development

About SFJAZZ: SFJAZZ is one of the world’s most popular and important presenters of jazz. The SFJAZZ Center is a beautiful and perfect stage for jazz artists and the community to celebrate the living American art form of jazz. The $64 million dollar Center launched in 2013 and the 32-year-old non-profit organization now crafts distinguished programming and education services from the heart of the San Francisco arts district. The budget for the 2014/2015 Season is more than $12 million with about half coming from ticket revenues.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manage a mid-level annual fund donor program of up to 400 Leaders Circle Members under the direction of the Individual Giving Director.
  • Manage and meet aggressive contributed revenue goals.
  • With the Donor Services Coordinator, Donor Services Assistants, and key Marketing staff, manage all Leaders Circle Member marketing communications and gift administration.
  • Work with the Individual Giving Director, Development team, Events Assistant, and other key SFJAZZ Artistic, Operations, and Production staff to produce development-led regular and special events such as receptions at concerts, salons, meet and greets, and the annual gala.
  • Track and document all Leaders Circle cultivation and stewardship activities in the SFJAZZ Tessitura database and other tools.
  • Strategically leverage face-to-face engagements with Leaders Circle Members at concerts, events, and cultivation/solicitation/stewardship visits.
  • Develop individual moves management plans for a select portfolio of approximately 50 high capacity Leaders Circle Members and new prospects with an emphasis on securing a significant number of increased Leaders Circle gifts effectively populating the major and planned gift pipeline.
  • Assist SFJAZZ trustees and other volunteers in the cultivation and stewardship of their prospect lists and other fundraising activities as assigned.
  • Collaborate with Leaders Circle Ticket Concierge to ensure premium level customer service for all Leaders Circle Members in regards to all Box Office related items such as ticket purchases, returns, and related show experience.
  • Work with House Manager and Box Office Manager on-duty to guarantee the best Front of House experience for all Leaders Circle Members at SFJAZZ events.
  • Assist in team goal setting and budget management.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:

This list of duties and responsibilities is not to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time.

STATUS AND SCOPE:

  • 2-3 years fundraising experience with a focus on individual donors.
  • Available to work weeknights and weekends, often multiple times per week.
  • Strong desire to serve in a strategic, front-line annual gifts fundraising position.
  • Ability to personally identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward high-net worth individuals.
  • Ability to nimbly navigate the demands of both an annual direct response program and a high-touch major gifts program.
  • Desire to work and thrive in a fast-paced environment that often includes working evenings and weekends.
  • Collaborative work style and demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment.
  • Ability to manage projects from start to finish, consistently tracking and reporting on progress toward goals.
  • Superior verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Energetic, emotionally intelligent, and motivated to serve at a performing arts organization. Demonstrated success in using a donor database; Tessitura experience a plus.

Working Conditions: The work schedule varies from customary office hours to evenings and weekends, with peak periods of long hours during critical periods such as key fundraising months, VIP presentations, and special events.

Salary: The salary will be commensurate with experience.

To apply: Please send resume and cover letter to jobs@sfjazz.org. All applications must be accompanied by a proper cover letter to be considered. Resumes will be accepted until position filled. Please no phone calls or faxes.

SFJAZZ is an equal opportunity employer and is seeking to create a diverse and harmonious workplace.

McCoy Tyner Trio, Kenny Barron & Geri Allen

 

McCoy Tyner Trio

Echoes with a Friend
w/ Kenny Barron & Geri Allen

Sunday, January 18, 4:00pm · 7:00pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

McCoy Tyner
Echoes with a Friend Series: SFJAZZ Center 2nd Anniversary Celebration  

McCoy Tyner Trio, Kenny Barron & Geri Allen

 

McCoy Tyner Trio

Echoes with a Friend
w/ Kenny Barron & Geri Allen

Sunday, January 18, 4:00pm · 7:00pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Kenny Barron
Echoes with a Friend Series: SFJAZZ Center 2nd Anniversary Celebration  

McCoy Tyner Trio, Kenny Barron & Geri Allen

 

McCoy Tyner Trio

Echoes with a Friend
w/ Kenny Barron & Geri Allen

Sunday, January 18, 4:00pm · 7:00pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Geri Allen
Echoes with a Friend Series: SFJAZZ Center 2nd Anniversary Celebration  

The 4PM Show is a Members-Only Event.

McCoy Tyner Trio, Kenny Barron & Geri Allen

Jazz giant McCoy Tyner recorded his 1974 solo piano classic Echoes of a Friend to celebrate his years with the John Coltrane Quartet and as homage to his great mentor. Now forty years later, “Echoes With A Friend” celebrates McCoy’s music and artistry in an inter-generational concert featuring pianists Geri Allen and Kenny Barron. An enormous presence whose music has helped shape the evolution of jazz since the early 1960s, Tyner absorbed a global array of influences from Brazil, West Africa and the Caribbean, and has played an essential role in expanding jazz’s expressive palette, writing more than a dozen bona fide jazz standards and releasing dozens of enduringly vital albums. He was named an NEA Jazz Master in 2002. Carrying that influence forward, each performer will reveal McCoy’s impact through solo performances and with McCoy’s masterful rhythm section of bassist Gerald Cannon and drummer Francisco Mela. This very special event commemorates the second anniversary of the SFJAZZ Center’s Grand Opening celebration, a historic week of performances that featured multiple nights of McCoy’s artistry.

 

About Kenny Barron

Kenny Barron is a 2010 NEA Jazz Master who has helped define and extend the jazz tradition since his work with Dizzy Gillespie in the early ‘60s catapulted him into the spotlight. A nine-time GRAMMY nominee, his storied career has included extended associations with Stan Getz, Yusef Lateef and Freddie Hubbard in addition to his sparkling work as a leader, which has yielded nearly 50 albums in settings from solo piano to big band.

 

About Geri Allen

Easily one of the most accomplished pianists in jazz today, Geri Allen was a founding part of the groundbreaking Brooklyn-based M-Base Collective begun by iconoclastic saxophonist Steve Coleman. Over her expansive career, Allen has released 18 albums as a leader and collaborated with a pantheon of living masters including Ornette Coleman, Charles Lloyd, Wayne Shorter and Charlie Haden.

Artist Personnel

McCoy Tyner piano
Gerald Cannon bass
Francisco Mela drums

SPECIAL GUESTS
Kenny Barron piano
Geri Allen piano

"Tyner is one of the most brilliant pianists and commanding leaders in modern music. " — DownBeat
"With his winning combination of wit and grit, elegance and probing intelligence, Kenny Barron sets the standard for post-bop pianism. " — Boston Globe
"One of the more important jazz musicians of the last 25 years. " — The New York Times on Geri Allen

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Dec 10-14: A Love Supreme
Jan 8-11: Pharoah Sanders
Apr 9-12: Terence Blanchard

The Artistry of Ensemble: Winemaking & Jazz

 

The Artistry of Ensemble
Winemaking & Jazz

Monday, October 13, 6:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Luminary
Presented by SFJAZZ and Luminary Series: Special Event  

The Artistry of Ensemble: Winemaking & Jazz

 

The Artistry of Ensemble
Winemaking & Jazz

Monday, October 13, 6:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Michael Beaulac, Winemaker, Pine Ridge Vineyards
Presented by SFJAZZ and Luminary Series: Special Event  

The Artistry of Ensemble: Winemaking & Jazz

 

The Artistry of Ensemble
Winemaking & Jazz

Monday, October 13, 6:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Pamela Rose
Presented by SFJAZZ and Luminary Series: Special Event  

This is an SFJAZZ Members-only event. To become a Member or to learn more about membership, click here.

The Artistry of Ensemble: Winemaking & Jazz

SFJAZZ Members, join us for a very special evening of wine and music to celebrate the debut of Luminary, the first American wine to cross appellations and state lines and blend fruit from four iconic properties. Winemaker Michael Beaulac will lead an interactive wine tasting and jazz performance, accompanied by Pamela Rose, exploring the importance of blending in the creative composition of these two American art forms. It’s a night you won’t want to miss!

This is a complimentary event exclusively for SFJAZZ Members.

"My first job in the industry was wine buyer at a jazz supper club—that’s why these two art forms are so important to me. Creating wine is much like arranging a song; many different components must harmonize together, and the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. " — Michael Beaulac, Winemaker, Pine Ridge Vineyards
"Outstanding vocals…Rose hits that jazz & soul sweet spot with Wayne De La Cruz! " — Frank-John Hadley, DownBeat

The Artistry of Ensemble: Winemaking & Jazz

 

The Artistry of Ensemble
Winemaking & Jazz

Monday, October 13, 6:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Luminary
Presented by SFJAZZ and Luminary Series: Special Event  

The Artistry of Ensemble: Winemaking & Jazz

 

The Artistry of Ensemble
Winemaking & Jazz

Monday, October 13, 6:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Michael Beaulac, Winemaker, Pine Ridge Vineyards
Presented by SFJAZZ and Luminary Series: Special Event  

The Artistry of Ensemble: Winemaking & Jazz

 

The Artistry of Ensemble
Winemaking & Jazz

Monday, October 13, 6:30pm
at SFJAZZ Center, Miner Auditorium

Pamela Rose
Presented by SFJAZZ and Luminary Series: Special Event  

The Artistry of Ensemble: Winemaking & Jazz

Join us for a very special evening of wine and music to celebrate the debut of Luminary, the first American wine to cross appellations and state lines and blend fruit from four iconic properties. Winemaker Michael Beaulac will lead an interactive wine tasting and jazz performance, accompanied by Pamela Rose, exploring the importance of blending in the creative composition of these two American art forms. It’s a night you won’t want to miss!

"My first job in the industry was wine buyer at a jazz supper club—that’s why these two art forms are so important to me. Creating wine is much like arranging a song; many different components must harmonize together, and the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. " — Michael Beaulac, Winemaker, Pine Ridge Vineyards
"Outstanding vocals…Rose hits that jazz & soul sweet spot with Wayne De La Cruz! " — Frank-John Hadley, DownBeat

SFJAZZ Doodle

2014-15 Season Giveaway

To kick off the 2014-15 Season, we invite you to create a "doodle" of your favorite artist coming to the SFJAZZ Center, and share it with the world! It can be a simple sketch, a detailed portrait, done by hand or computer. Or, think outside the box, and use your own artistic medium. Three winners will be selected, each receiving a pair of tickets to the artist they doodled. We'll also give out SFJAZZ merch to three runner-ups. Don't forget, you can submit as many doodles as you like!

To Enter

  • Explore the SFJAZZ 2014-15 Season Lineup
  • Create a doodle, or two (or three)
  • Post your doodle on SFJAZZ's Facebook (comment on the post pinned to the top), or to Twitter and Instagram with hashtag #SFJAZZdoodle
  • Winners will be announced on Tuesday, September 16 (right after Opening Week feat. Eliane Elias and Paula West)
  • Most importantly: have fun and be creative!

Note: Sold-out performances are not eligible for this giveaway.

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