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Sun, Jun 05


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Festival Finale House Concert

Come and celebrate another awesome year of Spenard Jazz Fest with musical performances from local faves Melissa Fischer, Mark Manners, Karrie Pavish Anderson, and SJF 2022 headliners, Ed Littlefield and Albino Mbie.

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Festival Finale House Concert
Festival Finale House Concert

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Jun 05, 2022, 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM

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About the Event


  • Karrie Pavish Anderson is no stranger to Spenard Jazz Fest. Aside from being our 2021 social media coordinating queen, Karrie also debuted The Climbing Project LIVE!, based on The Climbing Project, a pandemic-inspired global collaborative chorale version (and documentary) of her song Climbing, that she debuted as part of the 2020 Hunker Down Edition of Spenard Jazz Fest.
  • Mark Manners is one of Alaska's premier guitarists, as well as an accomplished composer.  As a faculty member of the Alaska Jazz Workshop, Mark has performed in the annual AJW faculty concerts with fellow instructor John Damberg,  Rolling Stone trombonist Michael Davis, as well as other jazz masters including Maynard Ferguson's baritone saxophonist Denis DiBlasio, amongst others.
  • Melissa "JazzMom" Fischer is a deeply-accomplished performer with a musical pedigree much too long to sum up here. On top of performing weekly at such venues as Sullivan's Steakhouse, Platinum Jaxx, and the wildly popular summer jazz series at the Anchorage Museum, she is also mom of the four children and two dogs. Check out her website for more on Melissa and her career.


  • Albino Mbie makes music that aims to combine disparate entities into an organic whole while retaining their unique, undiluted flavors. Imbued with worldly vibe, Mbie’s incredibly approachable music exudes sophistication, and yet simplicity. To learn more about Albino Mbie, check out his website, or listen to (and watch!) Albino Mbie by checking out his YouTube Channel
  • Ed Littlefield is a freelance percussionist, educator, and composer based out of Seattle, WA. He is Lingít from Sitka, Alaska and has released three albums featuring traditional native melodies, which he also arranged into the jazz idiom with the Native Jazz Quartet. When not performing live, Littlefield is an active educator around the country, facilitating artist residencies for students and teachers to help them learn more about Lingít culture and music and traditional ways of knowing. To learn more about Ed Littlefield, check out his website.


  • 40 minutes

    Melissa Fischer

  • 45 minutes

    Mark Manners

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