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Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Gerald Cannon Sextet


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

LATE NIGHT SESSION: Matt Dwonszyk


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Will Calhoun


Irene Diamond Education Center

An Expert's Guide to Jazz 301- Week Five: An Economic History of Jazz

Taught by Ben Young

The economic ebb and flow of Jazz and its effect on artists and their music, with a particular emphasis on the economic developments from 1950 onwards.


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Ignacio Berroa Trio: Straight Ahead from Havana


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

LATE NIGHT SESSION: Mathis Picard


Varis Leichtman Studio

High Priestess of Soul: Nina Simone

Class Six: The Life and Music of Nina Simone Reviewed

Drawing on the first five weeks, the final class will tie it all together in an overview and review, connecting many of the points covered into a final look and summary of this incredible artist’s life and career.


The Appel Room

Michael Feinstein: Swinging with the Count

The 2017–18 Jazz & Popular Song series closes with a swinging celebration of Count Basie. Singer, historian, host, director, and all-around entertainer Michael Feinstein provides a glamorous evening of timeless vocal stylings, entertaining anecdotes, and the Tedd Firth Big Band's irresistible swing.


Irene Diamond Education Center

Jazz 101 Week Six – Cool Jazz, Hard Bop, Modal Jazz, Free Jazz

Taught by Seton Hawkins

As the 1940s gave way to the 1950s, Jazz developed many new offshoot styles. Cool Jazz arrived, seeking a marriage of BeBop and Swing Era music. Hard Bop sought to infuse bop with Blues and Gospel roots. Modal Jazz wanted to rebuild the music’s harmonic system completely, while Free Jazz sought to uproot many (and sometimes all!) of our preconceptions of what this music should sound like! Join us as we explore these many styles, and the innovators who created them.


Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

NYCO presents: Brokeback Mountain

After successful premieres in Europe, this intrinsically American work exploring conflict between love and identity finally debuts in the U.S. Inspired by the 2005 blockbuster film, American composer Charles Wuorinen approached author Annie Proulx to adapt her short story into an opera. This production, led by conductor Kazem Abdullah, is the second production in City Opera's LGBT Pride Initiative.


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Benny Green Trio


The Appel Room

Eddie Daniels, Harlem Quartet and Ted Nash

Jazz in the Chamber

Eddie Daniels is the preeminent jazz and classical clarinet virtuoso, described by Benny Goodman as his "successor" and by Leonard Bernstein as a "thoroughly well-bred demon" who "combines elegance with virtuosity." He'll be playing alongside composer, fellow woodwind master, and two-time 2017 Grammy Award winner Ted Nash of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Joining this formidable pair is a swinging jazz rhythm section and the Harlem Quartet. The string group will add extra color to Nash’s brand new composition and to his arrangements of pieces by Vivaldi, Bach, and Ravel.


Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

NYCO presents: Brokeback Mountain

After successful premieres in Europe, this intrinsically American work exploring conflict between love and identity finally debuts in the U.S. Inspired by the 2005 blockbuster film, American composer Charles Wuorinen approached author Annie Proulx to adapt her short story into an opera. This production, led by conductor Kazem Abdullah, is the second production in City Opera's LGBT Pride Initiative.


Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

NYCO presents: Brokeback Mountain

After successful premieres in Europe, this intrinsically American work exploring conflict between love and identity finally debuts in the U.S. Inspired by the 2005 blockbuster film, American composer Charles Wuorinen approached author Annie Proulx to adapt her short story into an opera. This production, led by conductor Kazem Abdullah, is the second production in City Opera's LGBT Pride Initiative.


Visiting Presenter - Rose Theater

NYCO presents: Brokeback Mountain

After successful premieres in Europe, this intrinsically American work exploring conflict between love and identity finally debuts in the U.S. Inspired by the 2005 blockbuster film, American composer Charles Wuorinen approached author Annie Proulx to adapt her short story into an opera. This production, led by conductor Kazem Abdullah, is the second production in City Opera's LGBT Pride Initiative.


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Jazz at Lincoln Center Youth Orchestra


Irene Diamond Education Center

An Expert's Guide to Jazz 301- Week Six: Fusions

Taught by Ben Young

Topics covered:
LATIN JAZZ AND RELATED STYLES:
Mario Bauzá, Dizzy Gillespie, Chico O’Farrill, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Stan Getz, Tito Puente
THIRD STREAM:
Scott Joplin, George Gershwin, Bix Beiderbecke, Duke Ellington, John Lewis, Gunther Schuller, George Russell, Charles Mingus, Ornette Coleman, Wynton Marsalis
FUSION:
Miles Davis, Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, John McLaughlin, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock
And If There’s Time: A SHOUT OUT FOR THE MILES DAVIS QUINTET 1964-68


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Alex Sipiagin Sextet


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Late Night Session: Joel Ross’ Parables


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Sharel Cassity ELEKTRA


Rose Theater - Sound Check

Membership Open Sound Checks

Members-only open sound check with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Go behind the scenes while the orchestra tunes up for their final concerts of the season.


Irene Diamond Education Center

Jazz 101 Week Seven – Fusions: Latin Jazz, Third Stream, and Jazz-Rock Fusion

Taught by Seton Hawkins

From its very beginnings, Jazz was always a fusion of musical styles. However, as the century progressed, Jazz began to work even more closely with other genres, giving birth to many new and exciting styles. Latin Jazz emerged, fusing Jazz vocabulary with Afro-Cuban musical traditions. Third Stream sought to marry Jazz and Classical music, while Fusion looked to the burgeoning rock scene for inspiration. In this class, we’ll cover how these styles emerged, and how they came to reshape Jazz.


Rose Theater

Wynton Marsalis

30th Anniversary Landmark Concert

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra presents the world premiere of Wynton Marsalis' new extended work: The Ever Fonky Lowdown. This JALC-commissioned piece is the latest entry to Marsalis' renowned canon of music exploring America's relationship to racial matters, a topic he revisits once per decade. This subject has yielded some of his best work: the 1986 Grammy Award-winning Black Codes (From the Underground), 2007's From the Plantation to the Penitentiary, and 1994's Blood on the Fields – the first jazz composition ever to win a Pulitzer Prize.


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Felix Peikli & Joe Doubleday's Showtime Band


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

Dion Parson & 21st Century Band