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Randy Brecker , Odean Pope, Larry McKenna , Robert "Bootsie" Barnes , Tony Williams and also Wynton Marsalis to add his support. The Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia features music performed, composed, and arranged by Philly's rich heritage of
Wynton Marsalis has taken his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra all the way to China and Russia, but the trumpeter says its current "Abyssinian: A Gospel Celebration Tour" is the most challenging in the band's 25-year history. The tour of U.S.
A doctor whose healing power is music, and whose fame is nationwide Carl H. "Doc" Severinsen comes to Naples to blow his sweet trumpet riffs with the Naples Jazz Orchestra on March 25. Severinsen, a Grammy winner with more than 30 albums, from big
Chad Batka for The New York Times Mr. Simon and Wynton Marsalis performed and brought their bands together for a concert of Simon songs at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Mr. Simon, not usually one to cede control of his music, brought his own band to
That entire year," Wynton writes of 1999 in his illuminating liner notes essay, from January 1st to the performance of All Rise with the New York Philharmonic on December 29th, I worked every day from 5 in the morning until 1 or 2 the next morning.
Jack Vartoogian Chico O'Farrill conducting the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra at Alice Tully Hall in 1998. We're kind of people caught between two worlds, said the pianist Arturo O'Farrill , Chico's 50-year-old son. As such, he added, it's his
Gregory Porter Will Celebrate The Success of His Motema Music Debut, Water, At Dizzy's Club Coca Cola on November 15 Crowned as ...."the next big male vocal jazz star" by Allmusic.com, Gregory Porter will celebrate the success of his Motema Music
Andy Farber is an award-winning jazz composer, arranger and saxophonist and has spent years performing with the likes of Jon Hendricks and Wynton Marsalis . Since 1994, Farber has been part of the Jazz @ Lincoln Center stable of writers and
On an opening night devoted to pre-second world war swing, the band unfolded early charts by Jelly Roll Morton, Duke Ellington, Don Redman and others with its familiar sepia-toned charm even if the dancehall raucousness that once drove them is