The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Tickets
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Jan 12 2020
Kennedy Center Concert Hall
May 21 2020
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The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO), comprises of fifteen of the best jazz soloists as well as ensemble performers and made its debut in 1988. This extraordinarily versatile orchestra leads and performs educational events in the United States as well as in other countries. It has staged performances in dance venues, concert halls, jazz clubs, with ballet troupes, symphony orchestras and local students. As this phenomenal orchestra takes the stage once again, buy your Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra tickets to be a part of a wonderful performance.
Dedicated to maintaining the jazz heritage of America, the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra is an essential part of Jazz at Lincoln Center program in the New York City, serving as an extremely versatile music band for a vast range of music concerts. JLCO's mission is to enrich, entertain and expand an international community for jazz through education, performance and advocacy. Education is most important part of the mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center. Jazz at Lincoln Center's educational programs have nurtured more than 110,000 teachers, general audiences and students. With Wynton Marsalis as its music director, the Lincoln Center Orchestra stays on tours most time of the year. The orchestra performs a huge collection, from its own creations to unusual historic compositions, including arrangements and compositions by Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Fletcher Henderson, Billy Strayhorn, Benny Goodman, and Oliver Nelson among many others.
Over the past years, JLCO has performed in collaboration with several leading symphony orchestras of the world including the Russian National Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, the Boston, Orchestra Esperimentale and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Television broadcasts of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra programs have widened the awareness of its ingenious efforts. JLCO concerts have been aired in England, U.S.A, France, Germany, Spain, Norway, Argentina, Brazil, Australia and many other countries. To date, fourteen recordings featuring JLCO have come out and globally distributed. These recordings including Portrait in Seven Shades, Vitoria Suite, A Love Supreme, Big Train and They Came to Swing among others.
The artistic director of JLCO, Wynton Marsalis started his classical trumpet training when he was twelve and instantly began performing in local music bands of various genres. In 1982, Wynton Marsalis made his debut and since then has recorded over seventy classical and jazz albums that have earned him nine Grammy Awards. The rich repertoire of Marsalis' compositions includes Citi Movement/Griot New York, Sweet Release, Big Train an At the Octoroon Balls. In 1997, he turned out to be the first jazz musician who received Pulitzer Prize in music. Wynton Marsalis also came up with eight recordings and a number of new compositions such as the ballet Them Twos. Marsalis is a respected spokesman and teacher for music education around the world, and has earned doctorates from many colleges and universities all through the country. Wynton Marsalis is also a known author and has penned five books which include To a Young Musician, Moving to Higher Ground, Letters from the Road and How Jazz Can Change Your Life among others. Fans never miss a chance to buy Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra tickets to watch the live performance of this renowned artist.
Another renowned member of JLCO is Walter Blanding, who started playing saxophone at the age of six. Tough Young Tenors is his debut album that was released in 1991 and was termed as one of the finest jazz records of the year. The artistry of Walter started to impress the critics and listeners alike. In 1998, he joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and has toured, recorded and performed with many honorable artists such as Roy Hargrove. Chris Crenshaw is another highly acclaimed jazz artist associated with JLCO. He first performed as a keyboardist in a gospel music group called the Echoes of Joy. Chris has been Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra's member since 2006. Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra tickets will give you a chance to listen to some high class jazz music.
The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Tickets Prices
The average The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra tickets price will cost you between $89 and $265, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Washington on 21/05/2020. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 12/01/2020 at the Mechanics Hall, Worcester.
Minimum get in price is for The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra tickets is $50 for the event being held at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Washington on 21/05/2020 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Mechanics Hall, Worcester on 12/01/2020 will set you back $194.
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|Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra: Wynton Marsalis||Worcester||Mechanics Hall||12-Jan-20||$265||$194|
|Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra: Wynton Marsalis||Washington||Kennedy Center Concert Hall||21-May-20||$89||$50|
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