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  • Wynton joined by African drum master Yacub Addy and Odadaa

    Posted on May 2nd, 2003 in Concerts, Speech | 1

    Part of a Drum Symposium produced in collaboration with the Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University, which will feature lecture-demonstrations, and films. Friday & Saturday, May 2 & 3, 2003, 8 pm at Miller Theater, Columbia University. On Saturday, May 3, 2003, from 10:30am to 5pm at Columbia University, Wynton will speak to a Symposium on the Drums in Jazz entitled: Cymbalism. Featuring Roy Haynes, Steve Berrios, Andrew Cyrille, Stanley Crouch and many others. More info on Jazz at Lincoln Center web site   Keep reading »

  • New tour dates for Wynton with the Septet and LCJO

    Posted on April 30th, 2003 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Tour | 0

    We have just updated all the 2003 tour schedule for Wynton. Now we have new dates with the Wynton Marsalis Septet and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, during summer and autumn. Check the new dates   Keep reading »

  • Wynton plays with Joe Lovano

    Posted on April 23rd, 2003 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center | 0

    The Michael Brecker Quartet, Dave Holland Quintet, and the Wynton Marsalis Septet with special guest tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano, will perform in a variety of different combinations at Avery Fisher Hall (Lincoln Center, New York). On April 25, 2003. More info on Jazz at Lincoln Center web site Wynton also played on April 21,22 with drummer Ali Jackson’s quintet at the Jazz Standard in New York.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton and LCJO play: Evolution of the Groove

    Posted on March 19th, 2003 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra | 0

    Legendary drummer Joe Chambers performs and composes a new commission for the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra that illustrates the dynamic role of the drum in jazz. Augmented by a script written by celebrated writer Stanley Crouch, LCJO drummer Herlin Riley also leads the orchestra in a historical journey of the groove, from the talking drum of Africa to its place as the heartbeat of modern jazz. Features a new concerto composed by Wynton Marsalis for the multi-faceted Herlin Riley. On March 20 and 21, 8 pm at Alice Tully Hall. More info on Jazz at Lincoln Center web site   Keep reading »

  • Valentine swing with Wynton and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra

    Posted on February 13th, 2003 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra | 0

    Bring your dancing shoes and join the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis on the most romantic night of the year. On Friday, February 14, 2003. Dance Lesson 8 pm – Dance 9 pm. At The Supper Club – 240 West 47th Street, New York More info on Jazz at Lincoln Center web site   Keep reading »

  • Wynton plays with Chano Domínguez at Lincoln Center

    Posted on February 8th, 2003 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra | 0

    The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis continues its collaboration with other musical art forms by devoting two nights to the fusion of flamenco and jazz. Horns singing the blues meet the centuries-old tradition of song, dance and the guitar. Noted Spanish pianist Chano Dominguez and his Flamenco Jazz Ensemble will premiere works by Dominguez and Marsalis. On February 13 and 15, 2003, 8 pm Alice Tully Hall. More info on Jazz at Lincoln Center web site   Keep reading »

  • Wynton is special guest at Alice Tully Hall

    Posted on February 1st, 2003 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center | 2

    On Tuesday, February 4, 2003, standard classics and new originals in the style of Stéphane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt. Violinist Mark O’Connor, a protégé of Grappelli, along with guitarist Frank Vignola and bassist Jon Burr , will be joined by special guests Jane Monheit and Wynton Marsalis . More info on Jazz at Lincoln Center web site   Keep reading »

  • Special Report: Wynton in Paris performing All Rise

    Posted on January 16th, 2003 in All Rise, Concerts, iTunes, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Podcast, Video | 10

    On January the 9th, Wynton Marsalis with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, the National Orchestra of France directed by Kurt Masur and the Morgan State Choir from Baltimore, performed “All Rise” in Paris. We attended the concert and take you behind the scenes ! Here you have some photos from the event (Quicktime 7 player needed – Click the link below to open the Quicktime video directly or right-click to save the video on your hard disk) Wynton playing in Paris (Quicktime 7 – 9.5 mb) Wynton playing in Paris (Quicktime 7 – 31.7 mb) Wynton playing in Paris (Quicktime 7 – 21.9 mb) — Subscribe for free to our podcast on iTunes   Keep reading »

  • Wynton plays the music of Benny Goodman

    Posted on December 11th, 2002 in Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra | 0

    On December 12 and 14, 2002, at Alice Tully Hall, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis rip-roar through the joyous music of Benny Goodman, the bandleader most respected for popularizing our nation’s rhythm and swing. Special guest stars include clarinetist Bob Wilber, keeper of the Goodman style, fiery latin jazz great Paquito D’Rivera, and guitarist James Chirillo. More details on Jazz at Lincoln Center web site   Keep reading »

  • Wynton and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra remember September/11

    Posted on September 11th, 2002 in Commemoration, Concerts, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra | 2

    Jazz at Lincoln Center will join the City of New York and the nation in remembering the heroes and victims of September 11th. The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra (LCJO) with J@LC Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis will perform in a special concert on September 11, 2002 at 7pm on the Great Lawn of Central Park as part of the City of New York’s official events commemorating this tragedy. The LCJO will present the Duke Ellington classic “A Tone Parallel to Harlem” in the concert also featuring the Orchestra of St. Luke’s and the Stuyvesant High School Choir.   Keep reading »