Playlist: Get Ready for the 8th Annual Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festival!


Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, Generations in Jazz, Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festival, Mary Stallings, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Harold Mabern, Paquito D’Rivera, Camille Thurman, Keyon Harrold, Brianna Thomas, Bruce Harris, Miki Yamanaka, Dave Liebman, Ryan Keb

News | Aug, 21st 2017

It’s almost September, and that can only mean one thing: the Coca-ColaGenerations in Jazz Festival is just about here!

Once again, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola invites you to spend your September experiencing living legends like Mary Stallings, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Harold Mabern and Paquito D’Rivera, as well as up-and-coming phenoms including Camille Thurman, Keyon Harrold, Brianna Thomas, Bruce Harris, and Miki Yamanaka across 31 days for the eighth annual Coca-ColaGenerations in Jazz Festival.

Listen to a playlist featuring selections from participating artists:

Take in the roaring energy of big band jazz with groups led by NEA Jazz Master Dave Liebman, Ryan Keberle, and the Mambo Legends Orchestra, and witness the impressive small group interplay led by veterans Andrew Cyrille, Seamus Blake, and Steven Bernstein. This year's festival brings back Lessons from our Masters, which features a master of jazz alongside a multigenerational band; Flip Side Sessions, which features two separate rising stars in the 7:30 and 9:30 set slots; and Big Band Mondays.

The Coca-ColaGenerations in Jazz Festival kicks off Jazz at Lincoln Center’s 30th anniversary season and will feature over 200 artists throughout the month in Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola who will prove once again that “all jazz is modern!”

Get ready for the Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festivalwith our Spotify playlist, then secure your seat by making a reservation today!

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Photo by Frank Stewart for Jazz at Lincoln Center.


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