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Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

NYCO Presents: L'amore Dei Tre Re

Set in the Middle Ages, the melodrama of Italo Montemezzi's 1913 masterpiece is fueled by a lush symphonic score influenced by Wagner and Debussy. City Opera's new production of L'Amore dei Tre Re (The Love of Three Kings), conducted by Pacien Mazzagatti and directed by Paul Curran, will be the first performance in New York City in over a decade.


Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

NYCO Presents: L'amore Dei Tre Re

Set in the Middle Ages, the melodrama of Italo Montemezzi's 1913 masterpiece is fueled by a lush symphonic score influenced by Wagner and Debussy. City Opera's new production of L'Amore dei Tre Re (The Love of Three Kings), conducted by Pacien Mazzagatti and directed by Paul Curran, will be the first performance in New York City in over a decade.


Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

NYCO Presents: L'amore Dei Tre Re

Set in the Middle Ages, the melodrama of Italo Montemezzi's 1913 masterpiece is fueled by a lush symphonic score influenced by Wagner and Debussy. City Opera's new production of L'Amore dei Tre Re (The Love of Three Kings), conducted by Pacien Mazzagatti and directed by Paul Curran, will be the first performance in New York City in over a decade.


Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

NYCO Presents: L'amore Dei Tre Re

Set in the Middle Ages, the melodrama of Italo Montemezzi's 1913 masterpiece is fueled by a lush symphonic score influenced by Wagner and Debussy. City Opera's new production of L'Amore dei Tre Re (The Love of Three Kings), conducted by Pacien Mazzagatti and directed by Paul Curran, will be the first performance in New York City in over a decade.


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Monday Nights with WBGO: Emmet Cohen Trio featuring Tootie Heath


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James Morrison Quartet


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Late Night Session: Evan Sherman


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Christian McBride Big Band


Visiting Presenter - The Appel Room

LYNDA CARTER: Red, Rock ‘n Blues

LYNDA CARTER returns to The Appel Room with a brand new show. “Red, Rock ‘n Blues” will rock New York for two nights on April 20th and 21st. 


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Late Night Dance Session: Evan Sherman Big Band


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Purchase Jazz Orchestra with special guest Mike LeDonne


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Chimy Presents Four by Four


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Noah Halpern: Booker Little Project


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Joe Locke: "Subtle Disguise"


Rose Theater

Black, Brown & Beige & The Best of Basie

30th Anniversary Landmark Concert

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis plays essential big band music by Duke Ellington and Count Basie. The first part of the evening will be a full performance of Ellington's groundbreaking masterpiece Black, Brown & Beige. Originally composed for his 1943 debut at Carnegie Hall, it was advertised as "Duke Ellington's first symphony," and Ellington described the powerful three-movement suite as a "tonal parallel to the history of the American Negro." For the second half of the concert, the JLCO will swing through a number of classic Basie standards, channeling the unstoppable swing and iconic blues riffs that always brought the house down.


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Temple University Jazz Band with Terell Stafford and special guest Ann Hampton Callaway


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Alexis Cuadrado Presents Shoes


Multiple Venues

Michael Feinstein: The Enchanting Lena Horne

Michael Feinstein continues the Jazz & Popular Song series with a glamorous tribute to an American national treasure: the enchanting Lena Horne (1917–2010). Horne was an iconic singer, dancer, actress, and activist who began her career at age 16 in the Cotton Club choir line, appeared in such musical films as Stormy Weather and Cabin in the Sky, and lit up Broadway stages in the Tony and Grammy Award-winning Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music.


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Darcy James Argue Secret Society


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Bruce Forman Trio


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Elio Villafranca Quintet: On Any Given Night In Havana, A Tribute to Tata Güines


Rose Theater

Zakir Hussain and Dave Holland: Crosscurrents

Crosscurrents is an international super-group led by 2017 NEA Jazz Master bassist Dave Holland and the world's foremost tabla virtuoso, Zakir Hussain. Holland is a famously versatile bassist who has led numerous Grammy Award-winning bands and anchored groundbreaking groups led by Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Joe Henderson, and Jack DeJohnette. Hussain is a living master of the 3,000-year-old tabla percussion tradition and "one of the architects of modern world music." (NPR) Crosscurrents' extraordinary lineup also features American saxophonist Chris Potter, called "the most compelling saxophonist of his generation" (Detroit Free Press), plus four of India's most progressive musicians: guitarist Sanjay Divecha, pianist Louiz Banks, drummer Gino Banks, and the worldwide-celebrated vocalist Shankar Mahadevan


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MasterVoices presents Orphic Moments

MasterVoices presents Orphic Moments, an inventive evening that pairs Matthew Aucoin’s new dramatic cantata, The Orphic Moment, with an innovative staging of Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice​. Conducted by Ted Sperling, directed by Zack Winokur, with scenic design by Douglas Fitch, Orphic Moments features countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, soprano Kiera Duffy, soprano Lauren Snouffer, dancer Bobbi Jene Smith, violinist Keir GoGwilt, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and MasterVoices.


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Jeff Hamilton Trio


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Essentially Ellington Alumni Band


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Juilliard Jazz Orchestra: Music of Duke Ellington


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Berklee College of Music


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Glenn Zaleski Trio


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Lauren Sevian’s LSQ CD Release Party


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American Pianists Association Competition Finalists in Concert


The Appel Room

Miriam Makeba & Nina Simone: Singing Protest & Memory with Somi

Miriam Makeba and Nina Simone were two of the most uncompromising vocalists and activists of the 20th century. In Singing Protest & Memory, fiery rising star vocalist and composer Somi will channel their irrepressible spirits and iconic music. Somi has been described as "a new high priestess of soul" by the Huffington Post and as "the quintessential artist citizen of the world" by NPR. To help celebrate the relatively unknown but very close sisterhood between Makeba and Simone, Somi has invited British superstar Laura Mvula as a special guest for the evening.