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  • Wynton’s article on The New Republic

    Posted on November 2nd, 2005 in Articles | 0

    Strength in Swing is the title of an article written by Wynton on the pages of The NewRepublic on line (free registration needed)   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s latest concerts reviewed on the web

    Posted on November 2nd, 2005 in Articles, Review | 1

    On saturday, October 29 Wynton was at Burlington with his quartet. He played at Flynn Center on Saturday night, while that afternoon he was at University of Vermont Recital Hall to give lesson to the guys of UVM Jazz ensamble. On Sunday October 30 he was in Cambridge. Here are two reviews of that concert on Boston Herald and on Boston Globe   Keep reading »

  • Wynton amazes Dartmouth audience

    Posted on October 26th, 2005 in Articles, Review | 0

    This is the title of a web review made by The Darthmouth about the concert held by Wynton, yesterday at Spaulding Auditorium.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s concerts in Ottawa and Montreal reviewed on the web

    Posted on October 24th, 2005 in Articles, Review | 0

    Wynton has just concluded his tour in Canada (Montreal and Ottawa) with is quartet. Here are two reviews by Montreal Gazette and Ottawa Citizen   Keep reading »

  • All Rise concert reviewed on the web

    Posted on October 13th, 2005 in All Rise, Articles, Concerts, Review | 0

    Two web review have been published about the recent All Rise concert held by Wynton and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra in London and Manchester. You could read them on Manchester on line and the on Music and vision   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s five favorite jazz recordings

    Posted on September 23rd, 2005 in Articles | 4

    Last Saturday, the Wall Street Journal (weekend edition) asked Wynton Marsalis what his five favorite jazz recordings are: John Coltrane Quartet – Crescent (1964) Billie Holiday – Lady in Satin (1958) Thelonious Monk – Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington (1955) Duke Ellington – The New Orleans Suite (1970) Charlie Parker – One Night in Birdland (1950)   Keep reading »

  • William Vacchiano, Wynton’s trumpet professor, died at 93

    Posted on September 23rd, 2005 in Articles | 3

    William Vacchiano, a trumpeter whose musical career started in Maine and took him to the New York Philharmonic and The Juilliard School, died at 93 on September 19, 2005. Vacchiano was principal trumpet for 31 years at the New York Philharmonic and he never missed a performance before leaving in 1973. He continued to a teach until 2002 at The Juilliard School, where his students included Wynton Marsalis and Miles Davis.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed by Rolling Stone Magazine

    Posted on September 23rd, 2005 in Articles, Interview | 1

    Native Son: Wynton Marsalis…this is the title of a very interesting interview that Wynton gave to David Fricke for the Rolling Stone Magazine   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed by New York Daily News

    Posted on September 12th, 2005 in Articles, Interview | 1

    On September 12, 2005 Wynton has been interviewed by David Hinckley for the New York Daily News, about the hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s article on TIME Magazine today

    Posted on September 12th, 2005 in Articles | 0

    From TIME Magazine, September 12, 2005 Vol. 166 No. 11 Saving America’s Soul Kitchen How to bring this country together ? Listen to the message of New Orleans By Wynton Marsalis Now the levee breach has been fixed. The people have been evacuated. Army Corps of Engineers magicians will pump the city dry, and the slow (but quicker than we think) job of rebuilding will begin. Then there will be no 24-hour news coverage. The spin doctors’ narrative will create a wall of illusion thicker than the new levees. The job of turning our national disaster into sound-bite-size commercials with somber string music will…   Keep reading »