features & highlights


news | Feb, 26th 2018

March New Releases: Keith Jarrett, the Wynton Marsalis Septet, and more!

March brings us new music from Keith Jarrett, the Wynton Marsalis Septet, and more!


news | Feb, 21st 2018

Kick Out the Jams: Clapton, Tedeschi/Trucks, & Mayer Join Wynton Marsalis for United We Swing

Live music fans rejoice: our new, star-studded album United We Swing captures electric improvisers such as Eric Clapton, Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks, John Mayer, and Lenny Kravitz playing live alongside the Wynton Marsalis Septet.


Dave Douglas image courtesy artist, Dizzy image by William P Gottlieb, courtesy Library of Congress

news | Feb, 16th 2018

Groovin' High: Dave Douglas Shares Top Five Dizzy Tracks

It’s no secret that Dave Douglas loves Dizzy Gillespie. Here he shares 5 of his favorite, most-inspired tracks from the jazz legend & gets us ready for the debut of his new show.


news | Feb, 15th 2018

A Little Bit Country: Wynton Marsalis's New Album and Its Americana Tinge

As United We Swing: Best of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Galas—the upcoming album from the Wynton Marsalis Septet—demonstrates, there's a lot of common ground between jazz and country-western music.


news | Feb, 13th 2018

Ray Charles, John Legend, and more explore America's "Soul" on United We Swing

United We Swing—the new, star-studded album from the Wynton Marsalis Septet that's now available for pre-order—assembles a talented cross-section of elite musicians to explore the rhythms and harmonies that comprise the heart and soul of American music.


1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

popular


Ahmad Jamal - Photo by Frank Stewart for Jazz at Lincoln Center

Another 10 Essential Jazz Albums

Here's a list of 10 more must-have classics for to round out your collection of jazz records.

read more
Thelonious Monk at the 1965 Newport Jazz Festival with his children, T.S. and Boo Boo.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Thelonious Monk, by His Son T.S. Monk

Celebrate Thelonious Monk’s Centennial by getting to know the legend through his son’s memories.

read more
Chick Corea - photo by Frank Stewart for Jazz at Lincoln Center

Chick Corea: Five Essential Albums

Chick Corea is one of the most influential figures in jazz and one of the greatest living jazz pianists. In advance of his trio’s July 4 performance in Highland Park, IL, at the Ravinia Festival alongside the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, here are five essential albums from his discography.

read more
Wynton Marsalis performs on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Celebrating Spaces and The Abyssinian Mass with Colbert on The Late Show

Wynton Marsalis appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform with Jon Batiste, Stay Human, and acclaimed dancer Lil Buck. Check out video and behind-the-scenes content from their performance.

read more

10 Essential Jazz Albums

New to jazz and don't know where to start? With many artists and extensive catalogues of music, a new jazz listener can feel intimidated. We're here to help! Check out our list of 10 albums to get you started on your jazz journey and introduce yourself to some of jazz's great artists.

read more

A Visit to Clark Terry

On December 7, 2014 the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra drove 8 hours on an off day to play for Clark Terry on his 94th birthday. Victor Goines, James Chirillo, Ted Nash, Vincent Gardner, and Walter Blanding recall the day and the impact that Clark had on jazz.

read more

recommended


Joe Temperley, by Frank Stewart for Jazz at Lincoln Center

Notes from the Road: Remembering Joe Temperley

Before his passing in May, Joe Temperley spent 29 unforgettable years as the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra's baritone saxophonist and its beloved elder statesman. Between performances on their recent mini-tour of Canada, several JLCO members shared their memories of Temperley, who left behind an indelible legacy and a whole lot of stories.

read more

6 Underappreciated Jazz Artists You Should Check Out

April is Jazz Appreciation Month, so we thought we'd celebrate by delving into the careers of a handful of underappreciated jazz artists. Explore the careers of six musicians who deserve more accolades and learn the best places to start with their discographies.

read more