|Ensemble||Wynton Marsalis Septet|
|Date||Thursday, December 26th, 2013|
|Time||7:00pm – 11:00pm|
|Address||Broadway at 60th Street|
|Location||New York, NY, United States|
|Venue Phone||+1 212-258-9892|
The Wynton Marsalis Septet features the best of the best, with each legendary member a true leader on his instrument. Led by nine-time GRAMMY® Award and Pulitzer Prize winner Wynton Marsalis, the group’s repertoire includes originals from Marsalis and his band mates, as well as a diverse selection of favorites from throughout jazz history. With an array of straight jazz, blues, bop, New Orleans music, and Marsalis’ own extended compositions, music fans will find a lot to dig into during these sets. A shining example of polish and discipline, the group navigates these demanding pieces with deceptive ease, leaving room for expressive, subtle detail and off-the-cuff interaction. Most excitingly, every player gets plenty of time to solo – and these soloists are inexhaustible, endlessly resourceful, and nothing short of magnificent. Please make your tax-deductible contribution today in support of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s mission and programs, and secure your seats for this exclusive week of performances.
Two sets: 7:00pm and 9:30pm
Event Details & Information:
$125 per person includes one $35 cover and one special tax-deductible contribution of $90. Each customer will receive an acknowledgement for tax purposes. Seats will be sold general admission, table and high table seating. Depending on house availability, customers may be seated with another party. Maximum of eight seats per order. Exchanges are not available for these events. Doors open at 5:30pm daily. All food and beverage costs will be charged on site at Dizzy’s. The standard Dizzy’s menu will be available during this time. Customers using their MasterCard® will enjoy a 10% discount on food and beverage.
- Wess “Warmdaddy” Anderson – alto sax, sopranino sax
- Eric Reed – piano
- Wycliffe Gordon – trombone
- Victor Goines – tenor sax, soprano sax, clarinet, bass clarinet
- Reginald Veal – bass
- Herlin Riley – drums, tambourine