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JLCO with Wynton Marsalis in New York

JLCO with Wynton Marsalis
Ensemble JLCO with Wynton Marsalis
Date Thursday, November 18th, 2021
Time 8:00pm
Event Type Concert
Project Wynton at 60
Venue Frederick P. Rose Hall
Address Broadway at West 60th Street
Location New York, NY, United States
Venue Phone +1 212-721-6500
Webcast Watch Webcast

Join the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis for a special concert celebration of Marsalis’s milestone 60th birthday.

Known for its impressive musical range, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will take its dynamism to a new level, offering two distinct sets in a single evening. The JLCO will pay homage to Jazz at Lincoln Center’s co-founder and Managing and Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis with a career retrospective. Audiences will be treated to select works from across Marsalis’s four decades of composing, arranging, and playing.

Marsalis will also perform with a small group composed of JLCO members and special guests—something he hasn’t done in Rose Theater since 2011. Fans wanting to see Marsalis front and center should take full advantage of this opportunity to wish the maestro many happy returns.


The performance is 90-minutes, with no intermission.
Special Guest trumpeters include: Giveton Gelin, Summer Camargo, Anthony Hervey, Tatum Greenblatt

Tickets are also available for a webcast of today’s performance, which will be available on-demand for a week after the initial air date. Join us from anywhere in the world and wish the maestro many happy returns!




  • VITORIA SUITE: Mvt XII, Mendizorrotza Swing
  • SHANGHAI SUITE: Mvt. II, The Monkey King’s March
  • ABYSSINIAN: Offertory Part 3, The Holy Ghost
  • SPACES: Part VIII, A Nightingale
  • SUITE FOR HUMAN NATURE: Mvt. XXIV, Windjammers (with Summer Carmago, Giveton Gelin, Tatum Greenblatt & Anthony Hervey, trumpet)
  • ROCK CHALK SUITE: Part XI, I Cry Before My Country, I Leap Across the Seas
  • SIX SYNCOPATED MOVEMENTS: D in the Key of F (Sherman Irby, Victor Goines & Rhythm Section)
  • SPACES: Part X, Bees Bees Bees
  • GOODBYE (Wynton Marsalis & Rhythm Section)
  • BIG TRAIN: Mvt. 12, The Caboose


HAPPY BIRTHDAY (for Wynton): with special guests Jon Faddis, trumpet; Anat Cohen, clarinet; Jeffery Miller, trombone; Herlin Riley, tambourine; Dirty Red, washboard; and guest trumpeters Summer Camargo, Giveton Gelin, Tatum Greenblatt & Anthony Hervey