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The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is one of the  finest big bands formed by Jazz at Lincoln Center managing and artistic director, Wynton Marsalis. Marsalis displayed love for music from a very young age. He began to receive training in classical trumpet at the age of twelve. Since 1982, he has recorded more than seventy jazz and classical albums that have earned him nine Grammy Awards. He is the only artist to have garnered both classical and jazz Grammy Awards in two successive years, 1983 and 1984. In 1997, Marsalis became the Pulitzer Prize winner for his wonderful production, Blood on the Fields.

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The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra: Wynton Marsalis Curtis Phillips Center For The Performing Arts Gainesville Wednesday
12/6/2017 7:30 PM
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The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Walt Disney Concert Hall Los Angeles Friday
3/23/2018 8:00 PM
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About The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra

Founded in 1988, The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra was formed as part of the Lincoln Center’s summer concert series, Classical Jazz. The orchestra is made up of fifteen top-notch jazz soloists including Ryan Kisor, Marcus Printup, Kenny Rampton, Vincent Gardner, Chris Crenshaw, Elliot Mason, Sherman Irby, Ted Nash, Walter Blanding, Victor Goines, Joe Temperley, Dan Nimmer, Carlos Henriquez and Ali Jackson. These talented musicians keep the jazz tradition alive by performing a diverse repertoire of legendary collections by different artists. On top of this, a few new works and arrangements are also a part of the musical.  The musicians keep on presenting their biggest hits and keep the senses of audience engaged throughout the show.

The jazz orchestra has gained immense international fame by performing in several countries around the world. In 1995, the orchestra made its debut in Europe, followed by Russia in 1999 and then toured China, Taiwan, Japan and Australasia in 2000. In spring 2000, the JLCO kicked off its tour in the US with its wonderful production, For Dancers Only. It has worked in collaboration with several leading orchestras including the Russian National Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Boston, Chicago and London Symphony Orchestras as well as the Orchestra Esperimentale in São Paolo and Brazil. In 2006, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra has also performed a composition known as Congo Square that has been co-written by Marsalis and Addy. In collaboration with the Berlin Philharmonic in Berlin and the New York Philharmonic in New York City, the JLCO has performed Swing Symphony in 2010. 

Jazz at Lincoln Center is a major performing arts institution that is run as a non-profit organization at the Time Warner Center in Manhattan, New York. The institution in dedicated to extend the appreciation of the art of jazz among the growing jazz lovers in and around the New York City. It organizes several events, education and outreach programs every year and caters to the audiences of all ages. The acoustics and lighting effects at Lincoln Center are simple amazing. The design of this large auditorium is conducive to the intimate feel needed for jazz and cabaret acts. The house is laid out just in the right manner so that a larger audience can enjoy an intimate space with the performing artists. All in all, it is just the right place for an elegant evening. The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is a must-watch because everything from the venue to the music is excellent. Some of the brilliant guest conductors include Benny Carter, Gerald Wilson, Ray Santos, John Lewis, Jon Faddis, Jimmy Heath, Robert Sadin, David Berger and Loren Schoenberg who make sure that people in attendance relish this enlivening roller coaster ride. The New Yorkers have a reason to celebrate because The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra tickets are up for sale. You do not have to worry about the price because cheap The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra tickets are also available, so pick your deals now.

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