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HUDSON: Jack DeJohnette • Larry Grenadier • John Medeski • John Scofield

Rose Theater • 8:00PM

Fri, Oct 6 • Sat, Oct 7

HUDSON is a new quartet of jazz luminaries, featuring drummer Jack DeJohnette, bassist Larry Grenadier, keyboardist John Medeski, and guitarist John Scofield. Named after the Hudson River Valley they call home, this instrumental tour de force performs an eclectic repertoire reflective of the region’s musical history – ranging from new, original compositions to interpretations of classics by Bob Dylan, The Band, Joni Mitchell, and Jimi Hendrix.

Eliane Elias: From Bill Evans to Brazil

Rose Theater • 8:00PM

Fri, Nov 3 • Sat, Nov 4

Brazil-born, New York City-based pianist, singer, and composer Eliane Elias is renowned equally for her mastery of straight-ahead jazz, Brazilian music, and the many fusions in between. In this unique Rose Theater concert, audiences will experience two sides of her artistry across two distinct sets. One half of the performance will be dedicated to the iconic Bill Evans Trio, with a band featuring both members of Evans’ final trio: drummer Joe LaBarbera and Elias’ husband, bassist Marc Johnson. The other half of the show is a “Brazilian Journey” through generations of great Brazilian compositions – including songs from Elias’ Made in Brazil, winner of the 2016 Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album. Drummer Rafael Barata and guitarist Rubens de La Corte Eliane and Johnson for this second set.

Celebrating Ornette Coleman

Rose Theater • 8:00PM

Fri, May 18 • Sat, May 19

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis celebrates one of jazz's great original geniuses: composer, Pulitzer Prize winner, and alto saxophonist Ornette Coleman (1930–2015). One of the all-time best melodists – regardless of musical tradition – this groundbreaking visionary left us with a profound body of work that demands ongoing exploration. With virtuosic big band arrangements of seminal works like "Una Muy Bonita," "Lonely Woman," and "Peace," the Orchestra will foray deep into Coleman's incomparable musical world.