world music, jazz, popular music

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Jazz Legends, sponsored by Lexus

no interval
Béla Bartók National Concert Hall
  • Produced by Müpa Budapest
  • JAZZ LEGENDS

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Dear Audience,

We are delighted that Müpa Budapest is reopening its doors. In a compliance with current legal requirement, entry into the Müpa Budapest building is unrestricted for all our visitors: immunity certificate is not required.
In line with feedback from our audience and our research with regard to reopening, and with our audiences sense of safety in mind, it is not compulsory, but recommended to wear a mask in our building and tickets will be sold with empty spaces to allow appropriate social distancing.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in ensuring the gradual reopening of the venue takes place in a manner that is acceptable for all. We look forward to seeing you at Müpa Budapest performances soon!

Led by Wynton Marsalis, the 15-strong Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra was formed from the most outstanding instrumental soloists and session musicians of our time. This strikingly versatile ensemble boasts a huge repertoire spanning original compositions by its members, pieces commissioned by Jazz at Lincoln Center, rare gems from jazz history, and evergreen hits made famous by the likes of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Fletcher Henderson, Thelonious Monk, Mary Lou Williams, Dizzy Gillespie, Benny Goodman and Charles Mingus.
JLCO has been the resident orchestra of Jazz at Lincoln Center since 1988. Its responsibilities include the staging of educational performances in New York, the rest of the United States and worldwide. Since it formed, the JLCO has performed in 300 cities across six continents, including productions with symphony orchestras, dance troupes, local students and top guest artists. Wynton Marsalis, the driving force and artistic director behind this organisation committed to educating audiences receptive to the values of Jazz at Lincoln Center and jazz as a whole, was born in 1961 in New Orleans. He laid the foundations for his career as a teenager in the Art Blakey Jazz Messengers. Since 1982, he has released more than 60 jazz and classical music records, of which nine have won Grammy Awards. His oratorio Blood on the Fields earned him a Pulitzer Prize. He is not only a superb performer, but also a pioneer of jazz education and internationally renowned teacher having received honorary degrees from several dozen American universities and written six books. Kofi Annan appointed him a UN Messenger for Peace in 2001.

Lexus is the the key sponsor of the Jazz Legends programme.

Presented by: Müpa Budapest

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  • artistic director, trumpet
    Wynton Marsalis
  • trumpets
    Ryan Kisor
    Kenny Rampton
    Marcus Printup
  • trombones
    Chris Crenshaw
    Vincent Gardner
    Elliot Mason
  • alto and soprano saxophones, recorders, clarinets
    Sherman Irby, Ted Nash
  • tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet
    Walter Blanding
  • tenor and soprano saxophones, clarinet, bass clarinet
    Victor Goines
  • baritone and soprano saxophones, bass clarinet
    Paul Nedzela
  • piano
    Dan Nimmer
  • double bass
    Carlos Henriquez
  • drums
    Obed Calvaire



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