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  • Soaking Up the Spaces at a New Jazz Center

    Posted on October 19th, 2004 in Review | 4

    Some basic impressions of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s new space, which opened last night: It is a sophisticated, cosmopolitan, fairly expensive-feeling experience; it is flexible and alive. Jazz has so many different connotations for different people. But at least some part of this three-theater complex, taking up the fifth and sixth floors of the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle, could ring the bells of recognition of someone who had never been to a jazz performance before and only possessed the received wisdom of photographs and album covers: yes, this seems right; this is jazz. And it contains enough attention to detail to impress those who have spent the better part of their lives hearing it, too.   Keep reading »

  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Opening Gala

    Posted on October 18th, 2004 in Review | 0

    In a companion broadcast with PBS, NPR presents “One Family of Jazz” — the opening-night gala concerts at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall, a new state-of-the art home for jazz in the Time Warner building on New York’s Columbus Circle.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton Marsalis and the temple of jazz

    Posted on October 17th, 2004 in Profiles & Interviews | 0

    Wynton Marsalis is scheduled to do an interview about Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s $128 million new permanent home and performance space. But the interview can’t get started because Marsalis, who has been JLC’s artistic director since its founding in 1991, can’t stop staring at the temporary stage in the Allen Room, one of Rose Hall’s three sumptuous theaters.   Keep reading »

  • Ed Bradely interviews Wynton for CBS’s 60 Minutes 2004

    Posted on October 14th, 2004 in Profiles & Interviews, Video | 0

    For more than a decade, Jazz at Lincoln Center has been trying to build a new home for jazz, a theater tailored to this unique art form. Now, what had been a dream for musician and artistic director Wynton Marsalis is about to become reality. And he tells Correspondent Ed Bradley it’s proof that jazz is not, as many critics have charged, struggling to survive.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton to appear on CBS’s 60 Minutes

    Posted on October 12th, 2004 in News | 0

    Tomorrow night Wed., October 13, CBS’s 60 Minutes Wednesday will air “Come Blow You Horn” a story on Wynton, the new Jazz at Lincoln Center complex in New York City and the future of jazz.   Keep reading »

  • Trumpeter Unmuted

    Posted on October 10th, 2004 in Profiles & Interviews | 0

    Oct. 18 issue - Wynton Marsalis gives a piece or two of his mind to NEWSWEEK’s Allison Samuels.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed by the New York Times Magazine

    Posted on October 3rd, 2004 in Profiles & Interviews | 0

    Do you feel personally responsible for the acoustics at your deluxe new home, Frederick P. Rose Hall? Acoustics is like a draft pick. Until you get out and start playing games, you don’t know how it’s going to go.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton and JALC introduce the Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame

    Posted on September 30th, 2004 in News | 0

    Jazz at Lincoln Center tonight will celebrate the dedication of the Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame and the official induction of its inaugural class of members. Located within the new home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, Frederick P. Rose Hall, the Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame, which interactively immerses visitors in the lives and artistry of jazz greats, was named by Jazz at Lincoln Center Board member Ahmet Ertegun and his wife, Mica, in honor of his late brother and Atlantic Records partner Nesuhi Ertegun.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton and the LCJO will play at Zoellner Arts Center

    Posted on September 28th, 2004 in Concerts | 0

    On October 2, the outstanding Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will replace Dance Theatre of Harlem at Zoellner Arts Center, for Gala 2004. The orchestra will bring “Out Here to Swing,” their highly successful international tour, to Baker Hall.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton playing for Sanford Bernstein

    Posted on September 27th, 2004 in Concerts, Photo | 0

    One year ago, on September 10, 2003, Sanford Bernstein, the prestigious investment firm, hosted an intimate evening of music with Wynton and a trio featuring Victor Jones on drums, Arturo O’Farrell on piano and George Mraz on bass. The event took place on the 41st floor on their office building with an incredible view of Central Park and Yankee Stadium in the distance. The famous Martin Cohen phographed the event and created a nice gallery   Keep reading »