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Wynton Marsalis Septet in New York

Wynton Marsalis Septet
Event New Year’s Eve at Dizzy’s Club
Event Type Concert
Ensemble Wynton Marsalis Septet
Date Tuesday, December 31st, 2013
Time 7:30pm – 12:30am
Venue Dizzy’s Club
Address Broadway at 60th Street
Location New York, NY, United States
Venue Phone +1 212-258-9892
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The Wynton Marsalis Septet features the best of the best, with each legendary member an undisputed 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.
Reserve your seat now for this once-in-a-lifetime performance, and enjoy a four or five course meal (depending on set time), champagne, and a spectacular view of Central Park!


Two set: 7:30 pm and 11:00pm
Event Details & Information: Includes 4-5 course meal per person (see menu for details). Seats will be sold general admission, table and high table seating. Depending on house availability, customers may be seated with another party. $7 fee applies per seat sold by CenterCharge. $6 fee applies per seat sold via jalc.org. $2 facility fee applies per seat sold. There is no MasterCard discount for this event. Maximum of eight seats per order. Exchanges are not available for this event.



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