Wynton Marsalis Meets Vince Giordano

The Louis Armstrong Continuum – Music of the Hot Fives and Sevens
Musician and bandleader Vince Giordano joins Wynton Marsalis for this special engagement. The recordings by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five and Hot Seven, recorded between 1925 and 1929, are widely considered to be some of the most historically significant recordings in jazz history.


Dec 26-30
7:30pm & 10pm
A year-end contribution of $250 to Jazz at Lincoln Center is recognized with two seats for these special sets at Dizzy’s (food, beverage, and gratuity not included).
Reservations: 212-258-9892 (available by phone only)

Dec 31: New Year’s Eve
Early Diz: $350 per person
Doors open at 6pm; music begins at 7:30pm. Price includes music charge and 4-course meal.

Midnight Diz:
$500 per person
Doors open at 10pm; music begins at 11pm. Price includes music charge, cocktail reception, 5-course meal, and champagne toast.

Reservations: 212-258-9595/9795 (available by phone only)


Jon-Erik Kellso – Trumpet
Andy Stein – Violin
Ken Salvo – Banjo, Guitar
Vince Giordano – Bass, Tuba

Victor Goines – Sax, Clarinet
Dan Nimmer – piano
Carlos Henriquez – bass
Ali Jackson – drums
Chris Crenshaw – trombone
Wynton Marsalis – trumpet

Of your contribution, $180 is tax-deductible. Online reservations are not available for this event. Please note, single seats also require a donation of $250.

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  1. Thanks for a beautiful Christmas present.
    Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year.
    Wynton, we do love you.

    MTSCR on Dec 29th, 2012 at 9:39am