Wynton starts the European Tour 2007 with the JLCO

Wynton is in Europe now for his Summer Tour 2007 with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO). Tonight we will play in Vilnius (Lithuania) and tomorrow he will play in Warsaw (Poland) for the JVC Jazz Festival.

Then, they will play in Germany, Belgium, Turkey, Netherlands, Spain, UK and France. The new dates in Spain (Valencia, Madrid, Peñíscola and San Feliu de Guixol) have been confirmed in the latest hours. Please, check the complete tour schedule for more info about venues.
Please send us comments, reviews and photos with Wynton if you attend one of the concerts. They will be published here and on Wynton’s Flickr gallery.

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  1. I saw the great Wynton Marsalis in Vincennes, France in concert at Parc Floral on Saturday, July 28, 2007. I am American writer, living in France, maried to a Frenchman. We invited some French friends to the concert. It was extraordinary. Would like to get in touch with Mr. Marsalis about a business question.

    Please have him contact me at or call me in France at 01-41-74-99-14. The country code is 33.

    Thanks very much,

    Vernetia Couty Smith on Jul 31st, 2007 at 12:51pm

  2. Maybe next year Ian.
    The summer dates for 2007 are complete.

    Luigi on Jul 16th, 2007 at 4:35am

  3. Wynton,

    i was wondering if you were going to play a concert in ireland anytime soon? preferably cork because i would love to see you n its impossible for me to go to the uk.


    ian on Jul 15th, 2007 at 5:44pm

  4. So, what’s up over there? How did the Blue Note festival go? What songs from Big Train are being played?

    Live Earth happened in so many cities on the planet and on all 7 of the habitable continents. NBC broadcast a Saturday night 3 hour special of highlights and interviews. They chose to end the broadcast with a rendition of Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World”. (Their trumpet player got out 4 phrases before he blew a bit off and that was the end of him.) American Jazz and the Trumpet, it’s a global icon.

    Karen on Jul 8th, 2007 at 1:18am