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  • Photo from the reharsal of JALC Grand Opening Concert

    Posted on October 28th, 2004 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Photo, Special report | 0

    On Sunday afternoon, October 17 2004 we attended the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra rehearsal for the Frederick P.Rose Hall Grand Opening Concert. Here you have some photos of our special presence there. (thanks Isobel !) The new JALC building entrance on Columbus Circle The Frederick P.Rose Theater The LCJO rehearsing for the October 18 Concert The saxophone section of the LCJO (from the left: Joe Temperley, Ealter Balding Jr. and Wes Warmdaddy Anderson) The rhythm, trumpet and trombone section of the LCJO Wynton checkin’ if all is going well   Keep reading »

  • Let Freedom Swing: A Celebration of Human Rights & Social Justice

    Posted on October 27th, 2004 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Tribute | 0

    Thursday 28, Friday 29 and Saturday 30, October 2004, at 8pm in the Rose Theater, The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis celebrates the charismatic leaders who gave voice to the struggle, and whose words and deeds continue to be invoked as new struggles emerge. Six extraordinary world premiere musical commissions will paint a backdrop for inspirational oratory on liberty and triumph by Vaclav Havel, Lyndon Johnson, Robert Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Nelson Mandela, and Eleanor Roosevelt. Performed by celebrity readers and set to music by an international array of composers including Darin Atwater, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Darius Brubeck, and Zim Ngqawana, Jimmy…   Keep reading »

  • The Duke and the Count: LCJO with Wynton Marsalis in the Allen Room

    Posted on October 25th, 2004 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Tribute | 0

    This evening, October 25, 2004, at 7:30pm marks the only opportunity this season to experience the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton in The Allen Room. Unfolding under the stars are Duke Ellington’s 1943 Black, Brown, & Beige, a three-movement symphony, and the most important and successful longform work in the history of jazz. For lovers of Kansas City Swing, Wynton and the LCJO will present the recently re-discovered and highly-acclaimed 1960 Kansas City Suite, written by maestro Benny Carter for Count Basie. More info about tickets on www.jalc.org   Keep reading »

  • Wynton and the LCJO will play at Zoellner Arts Center

    Posted on September 28th, 2004 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Tour | 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 »

  • New tour dates for the Wynton Marsalis Quintet, LCJO and Small Group

    Posted on September 25th, 2004 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Quintet, Tour | 0

    We have just updated the 2005 tour schedule for Wynton with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and with the Small Group. There is also a 2004 date with the Quintet. Check the new tour dates   Keep reading »

  • Photos from the LCJO Summer 2004 tour

    Posted on September 23rd, 2004 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Photo, Tour | 4

    Thanks to Fernado Do-Couto we received wonderful photos from the LCJO European summer tour 2004. The photos are from Munich, Ljubljana, Fano, Manfredonia and Marciac. July 19, 2004 – LCJO swinging in Munich (Germany) July 21, 2004 – Jasper Marsalis, Eric Lewis, Fernando Do-Couto and Ron Westray in Ljubljana (Slovenia) July 21, 2004 – Wes “Warmdaddy” Anderson and Ted Nash dancing in Ljubljana (Slovenia) July 23, 2004 – Two Marsalis’ generations playing in Fano (Italy) July 23, 2004 – Wynton and Jasper Marsalis playing in Fano (Italy) July 23, 2004 – Jasper Marsalis “Hercules” in Fano (Italy) July 24, 2004 – Mrs Antonietta preparing italian lunch for Wynton and the boys in Manfredonia (Italy) July 24, 2004 – Lunch time for Wynton, the boys, me…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton photos in Marciac Festival 2004

    Posted on September 19th, 2004 in Concerts, Photo, Tour | 2

    Thanks to the photographer Jos L. Knaepen we are pleased to show you some photos of Wynton in Marciac Festival 2004. Jos says:“Wynton’s lips were painfull but he played like a GOD in the quintet.. gorgeous, as usual” Thank you Jos !   Keep reading »

  • All Rise opens Boston Symphony’s 2004 season at Tanglewood

    Posted on August 8th, 2004 in All Rise, Concerts, Tour | 0

    Kurt Masur opens Boston Symphony’s 2004 season at Tanglewood on July 9 with the Tanglewood premiere of Wynton Marsalis’ All Rise! This program – an encore of the work’s acclaimed Boston premiere at Symphony Hall last December – features the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, John Oliver, conductor, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Wynton on trumpet, soprano Laquita Mitchell, mezzo-soprano Cynthia RenĂ©e Hardy, tenor Brian Robinson, and bass Robert Honeysucker.   Keep reading »

  • The Wynton Marsalis Quartet in Marciac

    Posted on August 5th, 2004 in Concerts, Quartet, Tour | 0

    Tomorrow, July 6, like every year, Wynton will be in Marciac with his Quartet to play in the famous French Jazz Festival. The Wynton Marsalis Quartet personnel is: Wynton Marsalis (trumpet) Eric Lewis (piano) Carlos Henriquez (bass) Herlin Riley (drums)   Keep reading »