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April 2015

CALENDAR VIEW

 

The Appel Room

Cécile McLorin Salvant Sings Billie Holiday

Cécile McLorin Salvant has exploded on the jazz scene as a masterful interpreter of song, with a canny ability to select unique and rarely performed repertoire. The New York Times proclaims: “She radiates authority and delivers a set with almost a dramatic arc.”


Rose Theater

Celebrating Lady Day

At the centennial of Billie Holiday’s birth, we celebrate a jazz singer of monumental innovation. Vocalists Andy Bey, Molly Johnson and Sarah Elizabeth Charles will perform such personalized repertoire as “Don’t Explain,” “You Go To My Head,” and “Strange Fruit.” Joining Bey, Johnson, and Charles are music director and pianist Peter Martin, drummer Ulysses Owens, bassist Robert Hurst, and saxophonist Melissa Aldana.


The Appel Room

Michael Feinstein’s All or Nothing at All: Origins of a Legend

Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Jazz and Popular Song series, Michael Feinstein curates a series of performances dedicated to the life and legacy of Frank Sinatra (1915-1998) as we embark on the singer and Academy Award® winning actor’s centennial.


Rose Theater

Celebrating Joe Temperley: From Duke to the JLCO

For the past 25 years, saxophonist and clarinetist Joe Temperley has been the heart and soul of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.


Rose Theater

2015 NEA Jazz Masters

Join the National Endowment for the Arts and Jazz at Lincoln Center for a celebration of the 2015 NEA Jazz Masters: Carla Bley (Composer, Arranger, Bandleader, Keyboardist), George Coleman (Saxophonist, Composer, Educator), Charles Lloyd (Saxophonist, Flutist, Composer, Arranger), and Joe Segal (Jazz Presenter and Club Owner).


Rose Theater

John Scofield & Taj Mahal Celebrate Muddy Waters

Masters of their instrument and architects of distinctive styles, guitarist John Scofield and vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Taj Mahal are each legends in their own right. They will collaborate for the first time in a centennial celebration of the indelible influence of blues giant Muddy Waters (1915-1983), who changed the genre forever and permanently impacted rock ‘n roll.


April 2015

CALENDAR VIEW