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Wynton playing in Marciac

On August 5 and 6, 2005, Wynton will be in Marciac (France), to play at the famous european jazz festival.

The August 5 concert is entiltled My Brasilian Heart and Wynton will be with a special ensamble made by:
Ze Nogueira (soprano sax); Emile Parisien (alto sax); Olivier Temime (tenor sax); Frédéric Couderc (saxophone baryton); Lionel Segui trombone; Daniel Zimmerman (trombone); Hervé Meschinet (flute); Vladimir Dubois (french horn); Marcos Nimrichter (piano); Mario Adnet (guitar); Carlos Henriquez (bass); Herlin Riley (drums); Cyro Baptista (percussion)

On the August 6 concert, Wynton will play with strings:
The CNR Instrumental Ensemble from Toulouse directed by Bob Sadin.
Wynton Marsalis (trumpet); Eric Prost (tenor and soprano sax); Marcos Nimrichter (piano); Carlos Henriquez (bass); Herlin Riley (drums)

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