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Lincoln Center’s Wynton Marsalis Releases New Symphony

Wynton Marsalis, the artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, recently released a recording of “Blues Symphony (Symphony No. 2)” for The Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Cristian Macelaru. This is the second symphony from Marsalis, who is a Pulitzer Prize-winning director. The symphony has seven beautiful movements, taking the listener...
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On the Next All This Jazz -- Wynton Marsalis: Music from Throughout His Career

Jazz people! Hello -- and do tune in for the next broadcast of All This Jazz, airing Saturday the 5th on Public Radio 89.5 KWGS HD-1...from 9pm till midnight! We'll present a wide array of modern jazz, both recent and classic, both newly released and historically treasured. And in the 3rd and thematic hour of the program, running from 11pm to 12am, our special theme will be Wynton Marsalis...Music from Throughout His Career. The brilliant trumpeter / composer / bandleader will soon perform a much-anticipated concert here in T-Town with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and our own Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, so this feels like the perfect time to listen back to several notable Wynton recordings from over the decades. And elsewhere in our show, we’ll spin tunes by Vincert Herring, Horace Silver, Bobby Hutcherson, Veronica Swift, Charlie Haden, and more. Join us! Or, if you prefer, listen to the rebroadcast of All This Jazz on Sunday night, the 6th, from 7pm till 10pm on Jazz 89.5 KWGS HD-2…. And thank you.
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SummerStage Confirms Free 2021 Concert Series in NYC: Wynton Marsalis, Questlove’s ‘Summer of Soul,’ Patti Smith and More

New York City’s SummerStage is back this summer, with a slew of free, performances and screenings in New York City’s scenic parks. Some of SummerStage’s free offerings include the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis (June 17), Gloria Gaynor (July 11), Sun Ra Arkestra (July 24), a screening of Questlove’s lauded documentary Summer of Soul (…Or When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) on July 24, and Patti Smith on Sept. 19.
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Newport Jazz Festival 2021: Wynton Marsalis, Khruangbin, Mavis Staples, More

Newport Jazz Festival will return in 2021 after being canceled last year due to the pandemic. This year’s event will return to Fort Adams in Newport, Rhode Island, from July 30-August 1. Performers announced for the lineup include Wynton Marsalis, Khruangbin, Mavis Staples, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Andra Day, Cory Wong, Yola, and more. Check out the lineup so far below.
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NY PopsUp Presents Joe Iconis, Albany, Wynton Marsalis and The Bronx

New York, NY – NY PopsUp, the statewide initiative designed to celebrate and reinvigorate the arts in New York, will present an array of performances this week from the Bronx to upstate New York. Performances include a piano bar in Union Square Park featuring Joe Iconis, Lauren Marcus, Richard Baskin, Jr., and Will Van Dyke; a day in Albany at Empire State Plaza; Orquesta Broadway in the Bronx, curated by NY PopsUp Artist Council Member Ayodele Casel; and Bobby Sanabria’s Multiverse Big Band and Ascensión in the Bronx.
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Watch: World Famous Jazz Musician Wynton Marsalis Discusses Upcoming BOK Concert

As part of the Centennial commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, one of the world's top jazz musicians and educators is bringing his original composition to the BOK Center. Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, along with the Tulsa Symphony and Festival Chorus will perform All...
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Tulsa Symphony, Wynton Marsalis to perform in remembrance of Tulsa Race Massacre

TULSA – On the somber occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, the Tulsa Symphony and Festival Chorus will join forces with world-renowned trumpeter, composer, educator and bandleader Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra to present All Rise (Symphony No. 1), Marsalis’ epic blues suite that “was written themes of unity and spiritual ascendance.”
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Things to do in Orlando, May 19-25: Wynton Marsalis, Fringe Fest, Foreigner

Our selections of the best events this week. The classic rockers play Orlando as a warmup for their upcoming tour, so get ready to rock out to the climatic one-two punch of "Cold as Ice" and "Hot Blooded," as well as "I Want to Know What Love Is" and other hits aplenty over two nights. 7:30 p.m., $50-$100. Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, 445 S. Magnolia Ave., drphillipscenter.org.
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Let's Talk About Wynton Marsalis

Because at the heart of a people, you'll find the art of the people. It’s one thing to be competing with yourself. Wanting to do something, anything, a little bit better the next time out. Maybe it’s a habit of semi-successful people. But what about when the finish line is constantly being moved by everyone you’re connected to — super successful parents, siblings, past versions of yourself — and of this you’re keenly aware? Welcome to a day in the life of Wynton, just one of the famous Marsalis musicians, and dig on him dropping into this episode of The Carlos Watson Show. You can find excerpts below or listen to the full interview on the show’s podcast feed.