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  • Wynton featured on Wall Street Journal’s campaign

    Posted on December 9th, 2008 in Video | 1

    Last year, the Wall Street Journal launched a new campaign, “Every Journey Needs a Journal”, that showed the paths celebrities lives have taken, and how people you might not consider to be WSJ reader value it to guide them on that journey. The campaign featured the personal “stories”, bios and behind-the-scene video of some notable folks such as Wynton, Jake Burton, Cheryl Crow, Kenneth Cole, Steven Levitt, Alice Waters, Paul Teutul Sr.   Keep reading »

  • Wynton’s video clip for “Just ask the Locals ” campaign

    Posted on November 25th, 2008 in Video | 3

    NYC & Company – the City’s marketing, tourism and partnership organization – launched the third phase of the Just Ask The Locals tourist appreciation campaign. The campaign, which features local New York City celebrities and experts offering insider tips and suggestions on what to see and do around the five boroughs, has expanded its online presence to include real-time mobile events updates and enhanced content. Following you can watch Wynton’s video clip for this campaign and on the Nycgo.com web site you can read his recommendations about great places to have great jazz and food around NY City… Other…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton and Stanley Crouch speaking about Louis Armstrong

    Posted on November 15th, 2008 in Video | 2

    Apple’s iTunes U is offering a lengthy in-depth account of the life of the great Louis Armstrong – and a huge show (a 1.5 hour video) is available now for free from iTunes U. (open directly in iTunes) The show comes from The Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University. It featured presenters Wynton Marsalis and Stanley Crouch alongside host Robert O’Meally, and is a video recording of a lecture given at the University, on February 1, 2000. The lecture formed part of the Jazz and American Culture lecture series, featuring live performances from Wynton playing trumpet and piano, and in-depth question…   Keep reading »

  • Marciac 2008 Video: The Septet plays Spiritual Awakening and Superb Starling

    Posted on October 23rd, 2008 in Video | 1

    The Marciac 2008 video series continues with three new video clips filmed on August 6-7, 2008. The following clips will show you the Wynton Marsalis Septet rehearsing a Marcus Roberts’ song entitled: Spiritual Awakening (from the album: Deep in the Shed) and Superb Starling (from Wynton’s album Levee Low Moan). Moreover, we show you also a different take for the song: The Majesty of the Blues. Enjoy… (Quicktime 7 is required to view the clips – Right-click on the link to save the video-clip on your computer. If you are using Internet Explorer to download the files, be sure to save the file…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton at Colbert Report. Watch the episode

    Posted on October 21st, 2008 in TV show, Video | 16

    Yesterday night Wynton was featured guest at Colbert Report. Following you can watch the full episode. The Colbert ReportMon – Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c   Keep reading »

  • Wynton tells about Jazz and the night on NY1.com

    Posted on October 20th, 2008 in Video | 3

    As part of NY1’s Jazz Lives Here coverage, Arts Reporter Stephanie Simon took a day-long tour of the world of jazz in New York City. In the early morning she interviewed Wynton at home, and he improvised at the piano and with the trumpet and told some funny anecdotes. Check the video on NY1.com   Keep reading »

  • Marciac 2008 Video: The Septet plays Sunflowers and The Majesty of The Blues

    Posted on October 11th, 2008 in Video | 6

    Our Marciac 2008 video series continues with two new video clips filmed on August 6-7, 2008. The following video clips will show you the Wynton Marsalis Septet rehearsing two great tunes from Wynton’s albums entitled: “The Marciac Suite” and “The Majesty of The Blues”. Septet personnel was: Wynton Marsalis (trumpet); Wycliffe Gordon (trombone); Victor Goines (tenor sax, bass clarinet); Wes “Warm Daddy” Anderson (alto sax); Marcus Roberts (piano); Reginald Veal (bass); Herlin Riley (drums). (Quicktime 7 is required to view the clips – Right-click on the link to save the video-clip on your computer. If you are using Internet Explorer to download the…   Keep reading »

  • Marciac 2008 Video: The Septet plays “Altar Call” and “Son”

    Posted on October 3rd, 2008 in Video | 1

    Our Marciac 2008 video series continues with two new video clips filmed on August 6-7, 2008. The following video clips will show you the Septet rehearsing two great tunes from Wynton’s album: “In This House, On This Morning”. Septet personnel was: Wynton Marsalis (trumpet); Wycliffe Gordon (trombone); Victor Goines (tenor sax, bass clarinet); Wes “WarmDaddy” Anderson (alto sax); Marcus Roberts (piano); Reginald Veal (bass); Herlin Riley (drums). (Quicktime 7 is required to view the clips – Right-click on the link to save the video-clip on your computer. If you are using Internet Explorer to download the files, be sure to save the file…   Keep reading »

  • Video: Ahmad Jamal performing with Wynton at JALC

    Posted on September 26th, 2008 in Review, Video | 1

    On September 18-20, 2008, Jazz at Lincoln Center opened its 2008-09 season, with master of jazz piano, Ahmad Jamal, and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis performing in Rose Theater. The concert was reviewed by the New York Times, Variety.com, All About Jazz and PopMatters. Following, you can give a look to a video clip from one of the evening… Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis 9/20/08 From Rose Theater, NY, NY Featuring Ahmad Jamal   Keep reading »

  • Wynton and Geoffrey Ward interviewed by GOOGLE

    Posted on September 22nd, 2008 in Books, Interview, Video | 21

    On September 5, 2008, The Musicians@Google program welcomed Wynton and Geoffrey Ward to Google’s New York office to discuss their new book “Moving to Higher Ground: How Jazz Can Change Your Life,”. The event was moderated by with Google’s own Jim Lecinski. Here you have a video clip of the interview (43 minutes) where Wynton speaks about jazz, taps to explain the rhythm and plays the trumpet to explain the blues. Enjoy it… Wynton and Geoffrey Ward interviewed for the Musicians@Google program The book is available in all the best stores and online from Music Today. You can also…   Keep reading »