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Thursday, July 27th, 2017

Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festival 2017 Lineup Announced

Eighth Annual Festival to take place
September 1 – October 1 at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola

Curated programs Lessons From Our Masters,
Big Band Mondays,
and Flip Side Sessions will feature
Grassella Oliphant, Johnny O’Neal, Toshiko Akiyoshi,
Bruce Williams, Allyn Johnson, Dave Liebman,
Yasushi Nakamura, Corcoran Holt, the Mambo Legends Orchestra, and more


New York, NY (July 27, 2017) – Jazz at Lincoln Center will host its eighth annual Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festival at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, September 1 – October 1. The Festival will showcase the diverse talents of artists across generations with 22 unique programs over 31 days.

“For the last eight years, the Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festival has unofficially marked the opening of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s concert season, as we celebrate the great diversity that makes our art form so vibrant,” says Jason Olaine, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Director of Programming and Touring. “During the month of September, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola will present 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, Marquis Hill and Miki Yamanaka. You can experience the roaring energy of big band jazz with groups led by NEA Jazz Master Dave Liebman, Ryan Keberle and the Mambo Legends Orchestra, and also take in the small group interplay led by veterans Andrew Cyrille, Seamus Blake, and Steven Bernstein. This is the best month to truly experience how ‘all jazz is modern.’”

The Festival opens with the Lessons From Our Masters series. This year, it will highlight jazz veterans who deserve greater recognition, alongside multigenerational bands. Grassella Oliphant opens the Festival with a celebration of his 88th birthday on Friday, September 1. The Lessons From Our Masters series continues with pianist and vocalist Johnny O’Neal (September 2), followed by Toshiko Akiyoshi’s Trio (September 3) featuring NEA Jazz Master and pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi, bassist Steve Whipple, and drummer Tim Horner. 

Big Band Mondays returns for a second year, following its successful launch during the 2016 Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festival. This year will feature three big bands – Ryan Keberle’s Big Band Living Legacy Project Celebrates Gerry Mulligan (September 4), The Dave Liebman Big Band conducted by Gunnar Mossblad Celebrates John Coltrane (September 18), and The Palladium Era featuring The Mambo Legends Orchestra (September 25).

Flip Side Sessions offer a unique opportunity to experience two completely different sets of music in one night during Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola’s 7:30pm and 9:30pm nightly sets. This year’s Flip Side Sessions pairs Bruce Williams Sextet (7:30pm) with the Allyn Johnson Quartet (9:30pm) on September 5; and the Yasushi Nakamura Trio (7:30pm) with Corcoran Holt (9:30pm) on September 19.

Additional highlights include the Harold Mabern Trio (September 8-10) featuring critically acclaimed 81-year-old pianist Harold Mabern with bassist Nat Reeves and drummer Joe Farnsworth; the Herlin Riley Quintet (September 15-17; Jazz at Lincoln Center’s season opening weekend) with drummer Herlin Riley, pianist Emmet Cohen, bassist Russell Hall, trumpeter Bruce Harris, and saxophonist Godwin Louis; San Francisco-based vocalist Mary Stallings (September 21-24); and two memorable nights of music in partnership with the Festival of New Trumpet Music (September 11-12) with trumpeters Keyon Harrold, Marquis Hill, Igmar Thomas, and Leron Thomas. NEA Jazz Master Paquito D’Rivera will close the Festival with Paquito D’Rivera Ensemble: The Latin Jazz Chronicles (September 29-October 1) – this is a rare opportunity to see the legend at work in the intimate setting of Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola.

Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola is located in Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, on Broadway at 60th Street, New York City.
 

COCA-COLA GENERATIONS IN JAZZ FESTIVAL
SEPTEMBER 2017 LINE-UP:

GRASSELLA OLIPHANT
LESSONS FROM OUR MASTERS
September 1, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

The Lessons from Our Masters series features a master of jazz alongside a multigenerational band. Master drummer Grassella Oliphant kicks off this year’s series on his 88th birthday. This elder statesman played with Ahmad Jamal in 1952, Sarah Vaughan through the late 1950s, and released a couple of albums featuring heavyweights like Bobby Hutcherson, Clark Terry, and Grant Green. He then took a nearly 40-year hiatus from music before returning in 2010 as great as ever. Oliphant led a week of Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola Late Night Sessions in May 2017, prompting Jason Olaine, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Director of Programming and Touring, to say “this was one of the best—if not THE best—sets of music I’ve seen in Dizzy’s so far this year. Right up there at the top.”
Cover: $40
Student: $20

JOHNNY O’NEAL TRIO
LESSONS FROM OUR MASTERS
September 2, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

Pianist and vocalist Johnny O’Neal, bassist Ben Rubens, and drummer Itay Morchi
The Lessons from Our Masters series continues with pianist and vocalist Johnny O’Neal. In addition to playing the role of Art Tatum in Ray (2004), O'Neal is a favorite artist in clubs throughout New York City, and he has worked with Clark Terry, Ray Brown, Sonny Stitt, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, Milt Jackson's quartet, and more. In June 2016, O’Neal performed with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis as part of a high-profile Billy Strayhorn centennial celebration. The late, great Mulgrew Miller (himself an esteemed piano master) said of O’Neal: “There are so many outstanding things about Johnny’s playing... Number one: the touch. Johnny has a million dollar touch. Very few people touch the piano like that to get that kind of sound and feeling… The other thing is his feeling of swing, which is so natural. Then there’s Johnny’s personality—so engaging. And Johnny can play a ballad like few people, if any… He’s a very special artist.”
Cover: $45
Student: $25

TOSHIKO AKIYOSHI TRIO
LESSONS FROM OUR MASTERS
September 3, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

With pianist Toshiko Akiyoshi, bassist Steve Whipple, and drummer Tim Horner
The final performer of the Lessons from Our Masters is NEA Jazz Master and multi-Grammy Award winner Toshiko Akiyoshi. Akiyoshi is a brilliant pianist, bandleader, and composer known for her challenging and full-textured arrangements that sometimes evoke her homeland, Japan. It’s an honor to have such a genuinely groundbreaking artist here for a night at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola.
Cover: $35
Student: $20

RYAN KEBERLE’S BIG BAND LIVING LEGACY PROJECT CELEBRATES GERRY MULLIGAN
BIG BAND MONDAYS

September 4, 7:30pm & 9:30pm
Still in his mid-30s, Ryan Keberle is already an astoundingly versatile musician. He has worked closely with a variety of artists including Wynton Marsalis, Maria Schneider, Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, and Sufjan Stevens—not to mention performing with the Saturday Night Live band, in Broadway orchestras, and on film soundtracks. Keberle’s Big Band Living Legacy Project celebrates and carries on the musical heritage of big band jazz, featuring original members of classic big bands led by Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, Buddy Rich, and Benny Goodman, and is the perfect group to  kick off the 2017 Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festival’s Big Band Mondays series. This program is a celebration of Gerry Mulligan, a vastly influential saxophonist and composer, who would have turned 90 this year. In just the first five years of his career, Mulligan arranged and played with Miles Davis on Birth of the Cool, arranged for Stan Kenton, and formed an important piano-less quartet with Chet Baker. This timeless repertoire, and much more, will be brought to life through Ryan Keberle’s clever arrangements, passionate leadership, and expert big band.
Cover: $35
Student: $20

BRUCE WILLIAMS SEXTET
FLIP SIDE SESSIONS
September 5, 7:30pm

Alto saxophonist Bruce Williams has toured and recorded with artists including the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Roy Hargrove, the World Saxophone Quartet, and Branford Marsalis. In recent years, he has performed at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola as a sideman with Josh Evans, Stanley Cowell, Grassella Oliphant, Oliver Lake, and others. For one set only, he makes his Dizzy’s Club debut as a headliner, sharing some original music and perhaps a few standards. His originals range from slow, thoughtful ballads to greasy mid-tempo swing numbers and fast burners—all featuring engaging and twisting melodic hooks.
Cover: $30
Student: $15

ALLYN JOHNSON QUARTET
FLIP SIDE SESSIONS
September 5, 9:30pm
With pianist Allyn Johnson, saxophonist Mark Gross, bassist Richie Goods, and drummer Kush Abadey
Dubbed the “King of D.C. piano” by the Washington City Paper, Allyn Johnson is a respected D.C. mainstay, and he is always a welcome addition to the New York scene when he is in town. In just the last year or so, Johnson has performed at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola with bandleaders Ulysses Owens, Jr., Tim Green, Marcus Printup (of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra), and more. He is now leading his own single-set performance as part of the Flip Side Sessions series. Johnson’s style ranges from straight-ahead jazz to contemporary gospel and electronic fusion.
Cover: $30
Student: $15

STEVEN BERNSTEIN'S MILLENNIAL TERRITORY ORCHESTRA
September 6, 7:30pm & 9:30pm
With trumpeter/slide trumpeter Steven Bernstein, trombonist Curtis Fowlkes, violinist Charlie Burnham, clarinetist Doug Wieselman, tenor saxophonist Peter Apfelbaum, guitarist Matt Munisteri, drummer Ben Perowsky, and bassist Ben Allison
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 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.
Cover: $30
Student: $15

BRIANNA THOMAS: ELLA SANG THE BLUES
September 7, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

With vocalist Brianna Thomas, organist Greg Lewis, and guitarist Marvin Sewell
Soulful vocalist Brianna Thomas recreates Ella’s great 1963 blues album, These are the Blues, featuring tunes like “St. Louis Blues,” “See See Rider,” and “Hear Me Talkin’ to Ya.” Thomas is a versatile young performer oozing with personality, and she is particularly adept when it comes to the blues. She is also an audience favorite at Jazz at Lincoln Center, having performed an intimate Valentine’s Day evening at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, the acclaimed Ladies Sing the Blues shows in The Appel Room, and multiple concerts with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Steve Miller in Rose Theater, to name a few recent appearances.
Cover: $40
Student: $25

HAROLD MABERN TRIO
September 8-10, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

With pianist Harold Mabern, bassist Nat Reeves, and drummer Joe Farnsworth
Harold Mabern is an 81-year-old jazz veteran who has played with icons like Wes Montgomery, Sarah Vaughan, Lee Morgan, Sonny Rollins, and Miles Davis, and he continues to release albums prolifically as both a sideman and bandleader. A leading voice in both hard bop and soul jazz, Mabern calls himself “a blues pianist who understands jazz,” and his style is easy to love. Bassist Nat Reeves and drummer Joe Farnsworth will be joining him on stage, both of whom are also long-term members in the groups of other jazz titans like Pharoah Sanders.
Cover: Fri $40 / Sat $45 / Sun $35
Student: $25

MONDAY NIGHTS WITH WBGO:
KEYON HARROLD: THE FLOW ANTHOLOGY WITH
MARQUIS HILL, IGMAR THOMAS, AND LERON THOMAS
FESTIVAL OF NEW TRUMPET MUSIC
September 11-12, 7:30 & 9:30pm

With trumpeters Keyon Harrold, Marquis Hill,
Igmar Thomas, and Leron Thomas

Jazz at Lincoln Center collaborates with the Festival of New Trumpet Music (FONT Music)—founded by renowned trumpeter Dave Douglas—to present today’s great young trumpeters. This year’s performance has been curated by trumpeter Keyon Harrold, a first-call musician not only in the jazz world, but also with platinum-selling artists in R&B, pop, gospel, blues, and hip hop settings. He recently received the 2017 Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media for the Miles Davis-inspired film Miles Ahead. Harrold will be joined by three extremely exciting trumpeters: Igmar Thomas, Leron Thomas, and last year’s FONT curator Marquis Hill, also the winner of the 2014 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Trumpet Competition. This evening is not just for the hardcore trumpet fans, though; anyone interested in checking out some of the freshest sounds in the city should stop by.
Cover: Mon $30 / Tues $35
Student: $20

Live webcast and artist interview with WBGO host Rhonda Hamilton will begin at 7:15pm EST on jazz.org/live. WBGO is proud to partner once again with Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola on Monday Nights with WBGO. The series features talented new artists as well as groups from some of the area's great college jazz programs. Each performance is hosted by WBGO announcer Rhonda Hamilton.

 

TO SASSY WITH LOVE: A SALUTE TO SARAH VAUGHAN WITH CAMILLE THURMAN AND CHARENEE WADE
September 13-14, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

The multi-talented Camille Thurman is an award-winning composer, formidable saxophonist, and second-place winner of the prestigious Sarah Vaughan Vocal Competition. She has performed with artists ranging from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Dr. Billy Taylor, George Coleman, Lew Tabackin, and George Benson to Chaka Khan, Alicia Keys, and Missy Elliot. Co-headlining the evening with her is vocalist extraordinaire Charenee Wade, who is a regular highlight of the annual Festival and someone who works exceptionally well with other singers. She is also a gifted interpreter, as recently demonstrated in her tribute to Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson.
Cover: Wed $30 / Thurs $40
Student: $25

HERLIN RILEY QUINTET
September 15-17, 7:30pm & 9:30pm
With drummer Herlin Riley, pianist Emmet Cohen, bassist Russell Hall, trumpeter Bruce Harris, and alto saxophonist Godwin Louis
Veteran drummer and founding Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra member Herlin Riley has been the drummer of choice for bandleaders such as Ahmad Jamal and Wynton Marsalis. Riley’s sound is rooted in his home of New Orleans, but his rhythmic vocabulary expands miles beyond any one style or location. During this performance, he will demonstrate his skills as bandleader, with a quintet featuring some of the best young talent in New York, including trumpeter Bruce Harris, pianist Emmet Cohen, bassist Russell Hall, and saxophonist Godwin Louis.
Cover: Fri $40 / Sat $45 / Sun $30
Student: $25

THE DAVE LIEBMAN BIG BAND, CONDUCTED BY GUNNAR MOSSBLAD, CELEBRATES JOHN COLTRANE
BIG BAND MONDAYS
September 18, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

NEA Jazz Master saxophonist Dave Liebman is a living legend who has recorded on over 500 albums, including more than 70 as a leader. He returns to the Festival after having celebrated his 70th birthday at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola during last year’s Coca-Cola Generations in Jazz Festival. As part of the Big Band Mondays series, this one-night-only performance will feature Liebman’s acclaimed Big Band and the music of John Coltrane. The group’s recent tribute to Wayne Shorter showed its ability to transform the demanding, idiosyncratic music of a master saxophonist into effective big band charts.
Cover: $35
Student: $20

YASUSHI NAKAMURA TRIO
FLIP SIDE SESSIONS
September 19, 7:30pm

With bassist Yasushi Nakamura, pianist Lawrence Fields, and drummer Clarence Penn
Yasushi Nakamura is here for one set only, and that is all it takes to understand why he is one of New York’s most in-demand bassists. An elite rhythm section member and soloist, Nakamura has an unstoppable swing feel and hard-earned versatility. He will be joined by a similarly excellent pair of rhythm section members and bandleaders: pianist Lawrence Fields and drummer Clarence Penn.
Cover: $30
Student: $20

CORCORAN HOLT
FLIP SIDE SESSIONS
September 19, 9:30pm

Corcoron Holt is a rising star bassist who has performed with a long list of greats. At Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, he recently appeared in the bands of Tia Fuller, Josh Evans, Wycliffe Gordon, Bria Skonberg, and Russell Gunn alongside NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Cobb. Such elite company suggests the caliber of Holt’s musicianship. This Flip Side Session will mark Holt’s headliner debut at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola.
Cover: $30
Student: $20

LITTLE JOHNNY RIVERO & HIS GIANTS*
September 20, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

With leader/conga player Little Johnny Rivero, bassist Luques Curtis, pianist Zaccai Curtis, alto saxophonist Louis Fouché, trumpeter Jonathan Powell, and drummer Obed Calvaire
New York’s own conguero legend, Little Johnny Rivero, returns to Jazz at Lincoln Center—this time as a headliner in our most intimate venue. Rivero has played with all-time Latin jazz greats in New York and Puerto Rico since his teens, and he continues to do so as a bandleader, ensemble member, and featured soloist. Anyone who has seen Rivero perform in Eddie Palmieri’s band—to name just one of his high-profile and long-running gigs—knows that his groove, energy, and dazzling rhythmic feats light up stages of any size.
Cover: $30
Student: $20

MARY STALLINGS AND THE MIKE LEDONNE TRIO
September 21-24, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

With vocalist Mary Stallings, organist Mike LeDonne, drummer Jason Brown, and guitarist Ed Cherry
Mary Stallings is one of jazz’s most accomplished vocalists. Over the course of a nearly 60-year career, she has worked with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie, Harry “Sweets” Edison, Geri Allen, and more. Don’t Look Back, her album recorded live at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, was described as “mature, modern jazz singing for lovers and those looking for love, by a vocal artist great enough to help you find and keep it.” (New York Daily News) For this performance, Stallings will perform with the Mike LeDonne Trio, comprised of rising star drummer Justin Brown, jazz veteran guitarist Ed Cherry, and prolific organist Mike LeDonne.
Cover: Wed, Thu $40 / Sat $45 / Sun $35
Student: $25

THE PALLADIUM ERA FEATURING THE MAMBO LEGENDS ORCHESTRA
BIG BAND MONDAYS
September 25, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

With timbales player Jose Madera; bongos player Johnny Rodriguez; saxophonist Mitch Frohman; percussionist George Degaldo; baritone saxophonist Pete Miranda; trumpeters Pete Nader and John Walsh; bassist Jerry Madera; pianist Sonny Bravo; singers Cita Rodriguez, Marco Bermudez and Frankie Vazquez
The former musicians of the legendary Tito Puente Orchestra have come together as the Mambo Legends Orchestra. This incomparable New York institution keeps the ‘50s and ‘60s Palladium Era sound alive and well, adding new musical concepts to genre standards set by Tito Puente, Machito, and Tito Rodriguez. Every member of this all-star band is a living master of the music, and they are led by Johnny Rodriguez, Mitch Frohman, and musical director Jose Madera—each of whom spent over 25 years working with Tito Puente.
Cover: $40
Student: $25

ANDREW CYRILLE AND BILL MCHENRY
September 26, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

Andrew Cyrille is one of the preeminent jazz and avant-garde drummers, having worked with Cecil Taylor, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Coleman Hawkins, Mary Lou Williams, and other significant artists. He is also a powerful force as a composer and bandleader. He will be joined by tenor saxophonist Bill McHenry—a perfect artistic match who has worked extensively with other famously lyrical drummers, like Paul Motian. Each of tonight’s musicians is both an uncompromising individualist and a democratically-minded team player, and their collaboration promises a thoughtful, cutting-edge musical dialogue.
Cover: $35
Student: $20

SEAMUS BLAKE QUINTET
September 27, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

Tenor saxophonist Seamus Blake has been an integral part of bands led by John Scofield, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Eric Reed, and the Grammy Award-nominated Mingus bands. First-place winner of the 2002 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition, Blake has long been known for his superior talent on the instrument. But he is also an explorative, genre-crossing composer and the leader of a diverse array of interesting projects, including 16 albums as a leader.
Cover: $35
Student: $20

JOE SANDERS QUARTET
September 28, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

With bassist Joe Sanders, tenor saxophonist John Ellis, pianist Aaron Parks, and drummer Eric Harland
Joe Sanders is a young bassist who has already played with Ravi Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, Jimmy Heath, Wayne Shorter, Dave Brubeck, Mulgrew Miller, Geri Allen, Jeff “Tain” Watts, and many more. His quartet tonight features two of the most in-demand rhythm section members in jazz—pianist Aaron Parks and drummer Eric Harland—plus frequent Dizzy’s Club headliner, saxophonist John Ellis. These outstanding musicians have played with one another in multiple groups, and while this configuration might be new to the Dizzy’s audience, their joint experience and musical camaraderie will be evident.
Cover: $40
Student: $25

PAQUITO D’RIVERA ENSEMBLE: THE LATIN JAZZ CHRONICLES
September 29 – October 1, 7:30pm & 9:30pm

With clarinetist Paquito D'Rivera, pianist Alex Brown, bassist Oscar Stagnaro, drummer Mark Walker, trumpeter/valve trombonist Diego Urcola, percussionist Arturo Stable
14-time Grammy Award winner Paquito D’Rivera returns to the intimate setting of Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola. Not only is he one of the world’s foremost saxophone and clarinet virtuosos, D'Rivera is also a composer whose contributions to classical music and Latin jazz have earned him both a Carnegie Hall Lifetime Achievement Award and the status of NEA Jazz Master. Though D’Rivera regularly sells out top concert halls in New York City, he knows how to channel his magic into the club setting, working crowds into a frenzy with deceptive ease. Catch him at Dizzy’s before he takes the Rose Theater stage in March 2018!
Cover: Fri $45 / Sat $45 / Sun $40
Student: $25

 

*Denotes artist debut at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola

 

SEPTEMBER 2017 LATE-NIGHT SESSIONS LINEUP:
Doors open at 11:15pm every Tuesday through Saturday for the Late Night Sessions featuring some of the most talented up and coming jazz artists, with special-invite jam sessions on Thursdays and Saturdays hosted by Julian Lee.

Tuesday-Saturday, August 29-September 2
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Patrick Bartley

Tuesday-Saturday, September 5-9
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Marquis Hill

Tuesday-Saturday, September 12-16
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Evan Sherman Entourage (9/12, 9/13, 9/15)
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Evan Sherman Big Band (9/14)
LATE NIGHT DANCE SESSION: Evan Sharman Big Band (9/16)

Tuesday-Saturday, September 19-23
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Miki Yamanaka Quartet (9/19-9/20)
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Miki Yamanaka Organ Trio (9/21-9/23)

Tuesday-Saturday, September 26-30
LATE NIGHT SESSION: Julian Lee

 

WHERE:
Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, 5th floor, Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, on Broadway at 60th Street, New York City.

HOW:
Call 212-258-9595 or visit www.jazz.org/dizzys.
Dinner and drinks served nightly. Minimum of $10 applies to all.

General Admission: $20-$45 (unless noted otherwise).
Students: $5-$30 with valid student ID (selected sets only).
Late Night Session: $5-$20.

WHEN:
Headliner sets are at 7:30pm & 9:30pm (unless noted otherwise).

Many of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s concerts stream live in high-definition audio and video for free to a global audience. The concerts will also be available on Livestream’s mobile and connected TV applications with real-time DVR, chat, photos and other materials available to fans worldwide at www.jazz.org/live


Jazz at Lincoln Center proudly acknowledges
its major corporate partners:
Bloomberg, Brooks Brothers, Centene Charitable Foundation,The Coca-Cola Company, Con Edison, Entergy, SiriusXM, Steinway & Sons, The Shops at Columbus Circle at Time Warner Center, and United Airlines.

 

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT DIZZY’S CLUB COCA-COLA:
Rebecca Kim
Assistant Director, Public Relations
Jazz at Lincoln Center
212.258.9807
rkim@jazz.org