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Photography by Frank Stewart for Jazz at Lincoln Center

Photo Gallery | Jul, 16th 2015

Blue Engine Records Tour

Get a behind the scenes look into the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis' Summer 2015 Blue Engine Records Tour, including photos from Chautauqua Auditorium, Riverbend Music Center, The Rose Music Center At The Heights, Seiji Ozawa Hall At Tanglewood, and The Music Hall.


BlueEngineRecords.org

news | Jul, 16th 2015

All Aboard Blue Engine Records

Jazz at Lincoln Center is excited to announce the launch of Blue Engine Records. This new platform to make its vast archive of recorded concerts available to jazz audiences everywhere. All Aboard.


Ahmet & Mica Ertegun Atrium in Frederick P. Rose Hall

news | Jul, 13th 2015

Renovating our Public Spaces

Please pardon our appearance while we renovate the public spaces within Fredrick P. Rose Hall. Beginning on July 3, 2015, Jazz at Lincoln Center will embark upon a major renovation of Frederick P. Rose Hall’s public spaces. Dizzy's Club Coca Cola will close July 3rd and reopen July 18th.


Photography by Frank Stewart

news | Jul, 11th 2015

Notes From The Road: Ted Nash

"Colorado is like a planet of its own." Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra saxophonist Ted Nash shares his Notes From The Road for the first few days of the Blue Engine Tour.


Photo by Francis Wolff

news | Jul, 1st 2015

The Newest Inductees Into The Ertegun Jazz Hall Of Fame

Jazz at Lincoln Center announces Dexter Gordon, James P. Johnson, and Lennie Tristano as the 2015 inductees into the Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame (EJHF). After gaining the majority popular vote cast by jazz fans around the world, the newest EJHF class will be celebrated during curated sets on July 1-2, 2015 at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola


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Listen to a playlist featuring some of John Lewis's greatest music!

Playlist: Get to Know "The Music of John Lewis"

Enrich your listening experience of "The Music of John Lewis," the new album from the JLCO with Wynton Marsalis ft. Jon Batiste, with an excerpt from its liner notes and a playlist exploring Lewis's oeuvre!

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Ingrid Jensen in RECOLLECT

Crate-dig with Jimmy Cobb, Sheila Jordan & more in RECOLLECT

Our new original video series RECOLLECT takes you record shopping with some of the world's greatest jazz artists, including Jimmy Cobb, Ron Carter, Sheila Jordan, and many more!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Buddy Rich

So the Story Goes: Buddy Rich on Music and Magic

In the latest installment of So the Story Goes, Buddy Rich—sometimes regarded as "the world's greatest drummer"—gets rhapsodic about the power of music and recounts that one time he played for the Queen of England.

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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.

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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.

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