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Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra with special guest Catherine Russell

Trumpeter/slide trumpeter, bandleader, arranger, and composer Steven Bernstein helps keep the New York music scene fun, fresh, and full of surprises. Bernstein’s nine-piece “little big band” Millennial Territory Orchestra is a delightful showcase of his witty, genre-crossing, and sometimes irreverent approach to writing and arranging music. The group performs early swing gems, songs by The Beatles, Don Redman, Ray Charles, Fats Waller, Sly & the Family Stone, and Prince, and some originals—all reinterpreted with the feel of an early 20th Century dance band that was somehow exposed to nearly an extra century’s worth of contemporary musical ideas.

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Late Night Session: Gabe Schnider

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Steven Bernstein’s Sexmob

Legendary New York City band Sexmob is a quartet of blisteringly talented, boundary-pushing musicians who play wholly reimagined hits from all corners of popular music. You might recognize the tune, but we guarantee you’ve never heard them like this before! Born in New York City’s downtown scene during the 1990s, Sexmob is now coming up to Jazz at Lincoln Center to light up the Dizzy’s Club stage for one night only.

The Appel Room 2019-2020 Season

Adonis Rose & the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra

with René Marie and John Boutté

The Grammy Award–winning New Orleans Jazz Orchestra blends the stylistic versatility of a big band with a New Orleans-style emphasis on groove and accessibility. With an expansive repertoire of originals, jazz staples, New Orleans classics, and pop, rock, R&B, and soul hits, the NOJO is a band for all types of listeners, and an especially great entry-point for new fans of jazz. Joining them are vocalists René Marie and John Boutté.

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Mary Stallings

Audiences will enjoy one of the most famous views in the city while Mary Stallings sings her heart out alongside saxophonist Houston Person and a trio led by young pianist Emmet Cohen. “Perhaps the best jazz singer singing today,” according to the New York Times, Mary Stallings has performed with the likes of Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Geri Allen, and Harry “Sweets” Edison. This performance is a true multigenerational showcase, bringing two veterans together with a trio of young, first-rate instrumentalists.

Rose Theater 2019-2020 season

Steve Miller

Cannonball Adderley and the Blues

Renowned blues-rock guitarist, multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Steve Miller continues his exploration of the blues at Jazz at Lincoln Center. This soul-stirring program features the Patrick Bartley Sextet and supreme vocalist Brianna Thomas in a spirited celebration of saxophone legend Cannonball Adderley.

Ertegun Atrium

WeBop Family Jazz Party

Holiday Jazz Jam

Come celebrate the holidays at our annual Holiday Jazz Jam with Mr. Tim and the WeBop Family Jazz Band! Families will sing and swing into the season with this fun and interactive show.

Rose Theater

Tan Dun conducts The Orchestra Now

Grammy and Academy Award-winning composer and conductor Tan Dun returns to lead the U.S. premiere of his Violin Concerto: Rhapsody and Fantasia, along with works by Stravinsky, Debussy, and Bartók.

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Monday Nights with WBGO: Ted Rosenthal Trio: Winter Wonderland

Ted Rosenthal, a Long Island native, first gained international acclaim by winning the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Piano Competition in 1988. Tonight, the Ted Rosenthal Trio returns for another Winter Wonderland show, continuing what has become a popular holiday tradition at Dizzy’s Club. The repertoire showcases the trio’s impeccable musicianship, and thanks to Rosenthal’s skills as an arranger, his reinterpretations leave intact the timelessness of the best-known Christmas songs.

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Etienne Charles: Creole Christmas

Trumpeter, percussionist, composer, and recent Guggenheim Fellow Etienne Charles returns to celebrate another holiday at Dizzy’s Club. Using jazz as a foundation to engage 20th century Caribbean folk and pop traditions, his powerful band incorporates musical elements from Trinidad, Jamaica, Haiti, and Martinique in a fluid blend of jazz tradition, rhythms of the Caribbean, and an emphasis on the Afro-Caribbean history of calypso music.

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Late Night Session: Charles Turner & Uptown Swing

With vocalist Charles Turner.

Rose Theater 2019-2020 season

Big Band Holidays

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis continues a beloved New York tradition that plays to sold-out audiences every December. Featuring guest vocalists Alexis Morrast and Denzal Sinclaire and soulful, big band versions of classics like “Jingle Bells” and “Joy to the World,” Big Band Holidays is an uplifting holiday program sure to get you into the spirit of the season.

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Duchess: Harmony for the Holidays

Inspired by vocal groups like the Boswell Sisters and the Andrews Sisters, Duchess boasts tight vocal harmonies that are both technically challenging and easy on the ears. Rather than performing straight takes on the classics, however, their arrangements are uniquely tailored for their voices and 21st century tastes. Duchess is also well known for their sense of humor and playfulness, so come ready to let loose, have a good time, and enjoy some old musical gems sung in dazzling three-part harmony.

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Riley’s Red Hot Holidays

This swinging holiday show features a collective of New York’s finest rising stars. Tonight’s music director is trumpeter Riley Mulherkar, who has directed a number of outstanding events at Jazz at Lincoln Center, including a Dizzy Gillespie career retrospective, a headlining performance by vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater, some swinging Mardi Gras celebrations, Diane Schuur’s November 2018 concerts in The Appel Room, and, of course, the beloved Red Hot Holidays show. Join us at Dizzy’s Club for one of the season’s most upbeat and sincere holiday celebrations.

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Barry Harris Trio

90th Birthday Celebration

Pianist Barry Harris is a living institution in jazz. An exemplary musician since the 1950s, he’s worked with the likes of Miles Davis, Max Roach, Coleman Hawkins, Dizzy Gillespie, Dexter Gordon, and Yusef Lateef. As vital as ever, Harris is an example of what makes New York City the jazz capital of the world; his live performances are widely celebrated, yet down-to-earth affairs, and his live jazz workshops have made him an invaluable educational resource for musicians. Swing by Dizzy’s Club to see the living legend himself, and help us throw him a well-deserved 90th birthday bash!

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Late Night Dance Session: Charles Turner & Uptown Swing

With vocalist Charles Turner.

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An Evening with the Barry Harris Trio

90th Birthday Celebration

90-year-old pianist Barry Harris is a living institution in jazz. An exemplary musician since the 1950s, he’s worked with the likes of Miles Davis, Max Roach, Coleman Hawkins, Dizzy Gillespie, Dexter Gordon, and Yusef Lateef. As vital as ever, Harris is an example of what makes New York City the jazz capital of the world. Don’t miss the master at Dizzy’s Club!

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Carlos Henriquez Nonet

Carlos Henriquez is the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra’s bassist and “an emerging master in the Latin jazz idiom.” (DownBeat) This week at Dizzy’s, Henriquez and his all-star nonet will ring in the New Year with a series of energetic concerts. Hailing from the Bronx, Henriquez is a rare virtuoso in both jazz and Afro-Cuban traditions and a vital voice in the infectious cultural fusion of Latin jazz. Henriquez regularly headlines concerts in The Appel Room and music directs shows in Rose Theater (including Rubén Blades’ historic performances with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra), so these shows at Dizzy’s are an exciting opportunity to experience his talents from right up close.

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Late Night Session: Willerm Delisfort

With pianist/compositionist Willerm Delisfort.

Dizzy's Club Holidays

New Year’s Eve with Carlos Henriquez

Carlos Henriquez rings in the New Year with his all-star nonet at Dizzy’s Club. Hailing from the Bronx, Henriquez is a rare virtuoso in both jazz and Afro-Cuban traditions and a vital voice in the infectious cultural fusion of Latin jazz. Join him at Dizzy’s Club to kick off the new year with good vibes, great food, an unbeatable view, and some of the world’s best musicians.

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Gonzalo Rubalcaba Trio d’été

Multi-Grammy Award–winner Gonzalo Rubalcaba is one of the great pianists and bandleaders of our time. Join us for an evening with a superb piano trio that blends contemporary jazz with the sounds of Rubalcaba’s classical background and native Cuba.

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Monday Nights with WBGO: Ashley Pezzotti Quintet

Ashley Pezzotti is a young jazz vocalist rapidly making a name for herself, and 2019 was quite a year for Pezzotti, with highlights including the release of her critically acclaimed and encouragingly titled debut album We’ve Only Just Begun. Lovers of the Great American Songbook—and tunes inspired by it—should make sure to see Pezzotti perform live, especially when her quintet is practically a next-generation all-star band, comprising multiple regular Jazz at Lincoln Center headliners.

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Ed Cherry Quartet featuring Peter Bernstein

Tonight’s performance is a masterclass in jazz guitar, featuring Ed Cherry’s first Dizzy’s Club appearance in nearly a decade! Sharing the spotlight is fellow guitar master Peter Bernstein, similarly renowned for his beautiful tone, thoughtfully developed solos, and tasteful, soulful phrasing. Cherry is perhaps best known for his long associations with such singular bandleaders as Dizzy Gillespie, Henry Threadgill, Roy Hargrove, and Jimmy Smith, but he’s an elite leader himself, and his partnership with Bernstein gives guitar fans everything they could ask for.

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Amina Figarova Sextet

Hailing from Azerbaijan, the New York-based Amina Figarova is an internationally influenced—and recognized—composer, pianist, and bandleader. The Amina Figarova Sextet has been a hit at major festivals like the Newport Jazz Festival and New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, and it’s always a treat to have Figarova back in the intimate Dizzy’s Club.

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The Brianna Thomas Band

“Everybody Knows” Album Release

Soulful vocalist Brianna Thomas returns to Dizzy’s Club to celebrate the long-anticipated release of her sophomore album, Everybody Knows. Thomas is a versatile young performer oozing with personality, and she’s a true audience favorite at Jazz at Lincoln Center, with recent performances including her own headlining shows in The Appel Room, hosting an exclusive Valentine’s Day evening at Dizzy’s Club, and performing as the featured vocalist in multiple concerts with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Steve Miller. All fans of great jazz vocalists, especially those who enjoy the blues, should make sure not to miss one of the best young talents in the business.

Rose Theater 2019-2020 season

Spiritual Sounds and The Jazz Age

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis revisits two of its most acclaimed originals: Victor GoinesUntamed Elegance, a thoroughly modern trip to the Jazz Age of the 1920s, and Chris Crenshaw’s God’s Trombones, inspired by a poetic take on traditional Black American church sermons. Each suite highlights the ensemble’s boundless creativity, commitment to artistic vision, and the peerless musical range of its individual members.

The Appel Room


The highly acclaimed Booking Dance Festival returns for its eighth annual extravaganza at Jazz at Lincoln Center! Featuring five hours of extraordinary dance highlighting 30 lauded companies, over 250 dancers, 40 diverse choreographic works and two world premieres.

Internationally renowned for presenting Booking Dance Festivals at the Olympics in Beijing and London along with 5-star annual line-ups at the Edinburgh Fringe, Producer Jodi Kaplan brings the best of dance from across the USA to NYC for another once-in-a-lifetime experience!

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Russell Hall Presents The Feeling of Romance

With an unfailing groove, blistering chops, an abundance of character, Russell Hall has fast become of the New York City’s preeminent bassists. He’s an old friend of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s, having come up through the Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition & Festival—and winning “Most Outstanding Bassist" every year. Now he’s an in-demand artist at all of the top venues alongside a tight-knit group of like-minded young musicians, many of whom are featured tonight.

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Brubecks Play Brubeck

Since 2010, Darius, Chris, and Dan Brubeck have toured together in salute to the legacy of their father, Dave Brubeck's. After making their United States debut in 2014 at Dizzy’s Club, they return once again to perform new material from the huge Dave Brubeck catalog, as well as original pieces and well-loved hits like “Take Five” and “Blue Rondo a la Turk.” Join us and enjoy the next generation of Brubecks in this kickoff to Dave Brubeck’s centennial year.

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Isaiah J. Thompson Quartet

Up-and-coming pianist extraordinaire Isaiah J. Thompson headlines Dizzy’s Club alongside some of the finest young musicians on the scene. It’s a group of exciting and distinctive players who share an admirable passion for the core tenets of jazz: blues, swing, and improvisation. If you haven’t heard of Thompson yet, you will surely be hearing his name more and more frequently as his career continues to take off.