Jazz occupies a special place in the American cultural landscape. It’s played in elegant concert halls and run-down bars, and can feature esoteric harmonic experimentation or good old-fashioned foot-stomping swing. Nobody embodies the scope of modern jazz better than Wynton Marsalis. As a trumpet player, bandleader, composer, educator, and ambassador for the music, he has worked tirelessly to keep jazz vibrant and alive. In this bouncy conversation, we talk about various kinds of music, how they might relate to physics, and some of the greater challenges facing the United States today. Thanks to KentPresents for bringing us together. Keep reading »
Here…Now is the first web-only album released by Wynton Marsalis.Keep reading »
Starting today you can freely download the last track entitled: Heaven
Wynton is giving a gift to the fans for the Christmas Holidays.Keep reading »
On January 1, 2007, he is going to release a new album entitled: Here…Now
The complete album and all the songs never have been released on CD before.
Finally we have completed the video-editing on digital tapes, and are ready to show you the awesome video-clips about Wynton rehearsing with his quintet at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, on August 2-3 2006.Keep reading »
Our podcast is now on iTunes Music Store !Keep reading »
..Buddy Bolden could play so loud, he could make the rain stay up in the sky.Keep reading »
Then he could turn around and play a song so sweet, it would make your mama cry…
Perugia (Italy) summer 1993, the Wynton Marsalis Septet performing for Umbria Jazz Festival.Keep reading »
In this video-clip Wynton duets with trombonist Wycliffe Gordon from the windows of his hotel room.
Wonderful !!! (thanks to our friend Vittorio Pio for this video)