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Monday, February 11th, 2019

Celebrating Miles Davis in March at Jazz at Lincoln Center

New York, NY (February 11, 2019) - Jazz at Lincoln Center announces two additional shows in its three-part salute to Miles Davis during the 2018-19 season: Family Concert: Who is Miles Davis?, March 23 at 1pm and 3pm; and Marcus Miller: Electric Miles, March 29-30 at 8pm. The Jazz for Young People concert is an hour-long narrated concert about Miles Davis, led by trumpet master and former Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra member Sean Jones. Far from a typical career retrospective, this Family Concert shows not only what Davis accomplished, but also how he did it. Families discover how Davis listened with open ears, found inspiration in the genius of others, and brought many influences into his own individual and evolving vision. Sean Jones is joined by Patrick Bartley (alto sax), Aaron Holbrook (tenor sax), Helen Sung (piano), Endea Owens (bass), and Domo Branch (drums) for this event. Both performances on Saturday, March 23 at 1pm and 3pm are webcast live at jazz.org/live and on Facebook.

Thursday, February 7th, 2019

Dizzy's Club March 2019 Lineup Announced

New York, NY (February 7, 2019) - The Dizzy’s Club stage showcases the diversity of burgeoning jazz talent today, ranging from students at premier institutions of all ages, women breaking boundaries, to international jazz leaders. Highlights in the month of March include the return of the DIVA Jazz Orchestra (March 21-24) and Renee Rosnes (March 7-10); Lakecia Benjamin as part of Carnegie Hall’s citywide Migrations: The Making of America festival (March 13); The Azar Lawrence Experience (March 1-3); Brubeck Institute Jazz Quartet with special guest Lewis Nash (March 11); New York Youth Symphony Jazz with Ryan Keberle and Matt Holman (March 12); the Jazz at Lincoln Center Youth Orchestra with special guest Marshall Gilkes (March 18); and 12-year old pianist Brandon Goldberg (March 25). The Fat Tuesday tradition continues with A Gotham Kings Mardi Gras Celebration, led by Alphonso Horne on trumpet (March 5).

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

Monterey Jazz Festival On Tour featuring Cécile Clorin Salvant, Bria Skonberg, Melissa Aldana, Christian Sands, Yasushi Nakamura and Jamison Ross

New York, NY (February 6, 2019) - On March 15-16, at 7 and 9:30pm, six of the fastest-rising stars in jazz will join forces for the first time in Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room to kick off Monterey Jazz Festival’s 60th Anniversary Tour. This celebratory performance will feature musicians who are outstanding representatives of the next generation of jazz artists and educators and have close ties to the Monterey Jazz Festival and with Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019

Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Free (and almost free) Performances, Cultural and Education Events March and April 2019

New York, NY (February 5, 2019) --Throughout March and April, Jazz at Lincoln Center offers discounted tickets to some of the most anticipated concerts in Rose Theater and The Appel Room and an extensive range of free cultural events for all ages, including Family Concerts. Jazz at Lincoln Center offers special pricing for students year-round.

Wednesday, January 30th, 2019

World Premiere of Kurt Elling's The Big Blind, March 1-2, 8pm, Rose Theater

New York, NY (January 30, 2019) - Jazz at Lincoln Center presents the world premiere of Kurt Elling’s The Big Blind, March 1-2 at 8pm in Rose Theater. The Grammy-winning vocalist delves into the world of musical theater with this original noir radio drama, co-written with Grammy-nominated songwriter Phil Galdston and inspired by true historic events. Set in the seedy underbelly of the 1950s Chicago nightclub scene, Elling stars as Jack Lewis, an up-and-coming jazz singer who faces the loss of his voice, both literally and figuratively, when his personal and professional choices upend his life. Exclusively for this premiere performance, Elling has assembled an all-star cast, including Broadway legend Ben Vereen who doubles as the story’s narrator and Lewis’ sax-playing mentor; NEA Jazz Master Dee Dee Bridgewater who brings her sultry stylings to the part of the requisite femme fatale; Broadway star and jazz chanteuse Allison Semmes (Motown the Musical, The Book of Mormon) as the young ingénue; and Foley artist Jeff Ward.