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  • Download Wynton’s wallpapers for iPhone

    Posted on January 10th, 2009 in Photo | 3

    If you use an iPhone and love Wynton, now you can download five awesome images to use as wallpaper on your iPhone. Simply click on the following thumbnails to open the full size wallpaper and download your favorite image on your computer…   Keep reading »

  • Antwerp 2008: Photo and video from the sound check

    Posted on August 17th, 2008 in Photo, Video | 12

    Wynton and his quintet o played at the sound check this morning, for the concert that will start at 9 PM at Jazz Middelheim Festival in Antwerp (Belgium). Wynton was also interviewed by the national TV and Radio of Belgium. Following you can check some photos and short video clip from the sound check. Wynton Marsalis Quintet – “Sophie-Rose Rosalee” [flv:/mediaclips/marciac2008/sophierose.flv 450 250]   Keep reading »

  • Marciac 2008: Photos and video from sound check with Richard Galliano

    Posted on August 13th, 2008 in Photo, Video | 15

    Wynton and Richard Galliano played at the sound check this afternoon, for the concert that will start at 11 PM at Marciac Jazz Festival. Following you can check some photos and short video clip from the sound check. Soon we’ll publish the complete video clips from the event. Wynton Marsalis and Richard Galliano – “Billie” [flv:/mediaclips/marciac2008/billie.flv 450 250]   Keep reading »

  • Marciac 2008: Photo and video from rehearsals with Richard Galliano

    Posted on August 13th, 2008 in Photo, Video | 10

    Yesterday, Wynton rehearsed with Richard Galliano. The song they rehearsed are: Comes love, La Foule, Them There Eyes, If You Love Me, Miss Brown To You, What a little Moonlight Can Do, Padam, Billie, A Sailboat in the Moonligth, L’Homme á la Moto, Strange Fruit, La Vie en Rose. Following you can enjoy some photos from the rehearsals and a short video-clip of Wynton’s duet with Richard Galliano on the notes of “L’Homme á la Moto” (The Man on the Bike). The complete video-clips from the rehearsals will be available soon from our podcast on iTunes. Wynton Marsalis and…   Keep reading »

  • Marciac 2008: First rehearsal day with the Quintet

    Posted on August 11th, 2008 in Photo, Video | 11

    Today, Wynton and his Quintet (Walter Blanding, Dan Nimmer, Carlos Henriquez, Ali Jackson) rehearsed together for the upcoming concert with Richard Galliano. Wynton wrote some nice arrangements (just wrote…) and tomorrow Mr. Galliano will come with his accordion to rehearse with the Quintet. The song they played today are: Them There Eyes, Comes Love, A Sailboat in the Moonlight, Miss Brown to You, What a Little Moonlight Can Do, Strange Fruit, La Foule, La Vie en Rose, Billie. Following you can enjoy some photos from today and a short video-clip of Wynton playing La Vie en Rose. Wynton Marsalis Quintet –…   Keep reading »

  • Marciac 2008: photos from Master Class and Septet’s concert

    Posted on August 10th, 2008 in Photo, Video | 8

    On August 8, the Wynton Marsalis Septet performed for the concert at Marciac Jazz Festival, starting at 11 pm. Wynton, Wes Anderson, Marcus Roberts, Wycliffe Gordon, Reginald Veal and Victor Goines performed wonderfully on that night. The setlist was: Majesty of the Blues, Free to Be, And the Band Played On, Son, Spiritual Awakening, Green Chimneys, Superb Starling, Altar Call, Sunflowers. Encore: The Death of Jazz, Knozz-Moe-King, Happy Feet Blues. On August 7, Wynton also gave a master class for the new kids at Marciac College. Following you can give a look to some pictures from the master class and the sound check…   Keep reading »

  • Marciac 2008: photo and setlist for first rehearsal day

    Posted on August 6th, 2008 in Photo, Video | 4

    Today Wynton and his Septet spent their day in Tarbes (France) to rehearse some songs for their August 8, concert at Marciac Jazz Festival 2008. Here you have the set lists of songs they rehearsed: - Son (from: In This House, On This Morning) – Altar Call (from: In This House, On This Morning) – And the Band Played On (from: Blue Interlude) – Spiritual Awakening (from: Deep in the Shed – Marcus Roberts) – Free To Be (from: The Magic Hour) – Superb Starling (from Levee Low Moan) – Reflections (from: Marsalis Plays Monk) – Four in One (from: Marsalis Plays Monk) – The Majesty of Blue (from: The Majesty…   Keep reading »

  • Reviews and photos about Abyssinian 200 performance

    Posted on April 16th, 2008 in Photo, Review | 2

    Abyssinian 200: A Celebration, was performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center on April 10, 11 & 12. Here you have some reviews by the New York Times, the New York Sun, Everything Jersey and Stanley Crouch’s column on NewYork Daily News. More images in our Abyssinian 200 Gallery. High-res images also available from JALC Gallery Photo and video from rehearsals of Abyssinian 200   Keep reading »

  • Wynton plays for Marian McPortland 90th birthday

    Posted on March 25th, 2008 in Concerts, Photo | 0

    Wednesday, March 19, 2008, Marian McPartland celebrated her 90th birthday in a style befitting the “Grande Dame of Piano Jazz” with a little help from friends including Norah Jones and Wynton Marsalis at Jazz at Lincoln Center. “Getting up here is really a job,” quipped McPartland, who has been slowed by arthritis in her legs and is recovering from a fractured pelvis, after being assisted onstage. But the years fell away once her hands touched the keyboard. Wynton Marsalis duets with Marian McPartland at JALC She started both sets Wednesday night – on the eve of her actual birthday – with the traditional jazz…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s soundtrack for The War is out

    Posted on September 19th, 2007 in Composition, Documentary, Photo, Soundtrack | 15

    On September 23, 2007, PBS will air “THE WAR”, a new seven-part documentary series directed and produced by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. The new film explores the history and horror of the Second World War from an American perspective by following the fortunes of so-called ordinary men and women who become caught up in one of the greatest cataclysms in human history. Wynton composed a number of songs for the original soundtrack. He also played them with Victor Goines, Walter Blanding, Carlos Henriques, Ali Jackson, Mark O’Connor, Bill Charlap, and Doug Wamble. You can watch to a video-clip from the…   Keep reading »