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Treasures of New York: Lincoln Center with Patti LuPone
 
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Tony winner Patti LuPone, a Juilliard graduate, hosts and narrates this documentary exploring the ambitious renovation and fascinating history of Lincoln Center.
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The Perfect Home: 50 Years at Lincoln Center
 
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Former Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins and former Principal dancer Jacques d'Amboise talk about how Philip Johnson and George Balanchine created the perfect home for dance, and look back at the New York State Theater's opening night in 1964, as part of New York City Ballet's celebration of 50 years at Lincoln Center.
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Celebrating 30 Years of Jazz at Lincoln Center
 
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Jazz at Lincoln Center's 2017-18 concert season is our 30th. Thank you for helping make our first three decades such a success–it's been quite a ride! We hope you'll keep on swinging with us and enjoy this brief look back over our history. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Lincoln Center - New York
 
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Lincoln Center is a performaning arts center in Manhattan NYC. The center is used for ballet, movies, opera and festivals. For more about New York: http://guideforthetraveler.com/america/new-york/
Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center, Time Warner Center, New York - "Along Broadway" Video Tours
 
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Dedicated to Columbus Circle, this episode of the "All Along Broadway" video tours of New York city is the last one of the series. Make sure to check out the other episodes: "Wall street" ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwx_lomIrMw& ), "Union square" ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIUXvqrl-Mc& ) , "Madison Square" ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqpyEdUEiiY ) and "Times Squares" ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWFhe3xXSj0 ) Running the length of Manhattan from its southern tip known as Bowling Green to the northern part of the city, Broadway crosses many neighborhoods and creates "squares" when it crosses the streets that run east to west along the way. Columbus Circle Columbus Circle is formed where Broadway intersects with Central Park West and 59th Street and is the only intersection with a round shape. There is a contrast between nature on one side of the circle, outlined by Central Park with its beautiful trees and its horses with carriages, and the modern skyscrapers on the other side. Christopher Columbus Monument In the middle of the circle stands a statue of Christopher Columbus, designed in 1892 by Italian sculptor Gaetano Russo, in commemoration of Columbus' discovery of the "New World". Museum of Art and Design On the south side of Columbus Circle you can admire the Museum of Art and Design building. As originally constructed, the building had Venetian styles but was disliked by many. The building was redesigned in 2008 amid a fight to preserve the original design. The new design has been equally criticized. The museum offers one of the finest collections of American craft including works of clay, glass, metal, fiber and wood. Trump International Hotel & Tower The Trump International Hotel Tower is one of the many towers owned by business magnate Donald Trump. It stands tall over the northern corner of Columbus Circle. Part of it is occupied by upscale luxury apartments and part of it contains a five star luxury hotel. As an alternative to hotels, don't forget that New York Habitat ( http://www.nyhabitat.com ) offers vacation rental apartments http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apartment/vacation at affordable prices for you and your family. Not only are they cheaper than hotels, they have fully equipped kitchen to cook a meal like at home. Take a look at this 1 Bedroom Vacation Rental Apartment in Midtown West (NY-14136 http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apartment/vacation/14136 ). Located just 3 blocks from Columbus Circle, this apartment is located on the 6th floor of an elevator building with a doorman. Another choice is this apartment located on Central Park South which is also a 1 Bedroom vacation rental (NY-11135 http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apartment/vacation/11135 ). This apartment is available for 2 people and is situated on the 12th floor of a 40-story high rise building, but best of all this accommodation is located literally across the street from Central Park! Don't forget that New York Habitat is famous too for different types of apartment rentals in New York http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apartment.html , and especially for fully furnished apartment rentals http://www.nyhabitat.com/new-york-apartment/furnished . Time Warner Center The Time Warner Center consists of two modern skyscrapers built in 2000 which house a mix of offices, restaurants, shops a hotel and residential apartments. It is called the Time Warner Center because is houses the corporate offices and Worldwide Headquarters of Time Warner. Furthermore, the CNN headquarters and the Jazz at Lincoln Center complex are also located in the building. Jazz at Lincoln Center, Rose Hall Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a complex of various theaters located a few blocks up from Columbus Circle, but the jazz portion of it is located right here at the Frederick P. Rose Hall inside the Time Warner Center. In Rose Hall you will find state-of --the art rehearsal studios, jazz instructional programs, theaters and many jazz events. Restaurants & Shopping Most of the shopping in Columbus Circle is found inside the Time Warner Center. There are upscale shops like A/X Armani Exchange, Swarovski and many others. Plus the center has become known for its trendy restaurants which include: Landmarc Restaurant, Bar Masa, Stone Rose, Grand Lounge with 5000 sq. ft of seating and views of Columbus Circle Subway Station -- 59th Street & Columbus Circle A fast way to get around New York City is to move by subway. The Columbus Circle subway station is quite large and has entrances and exits from West 57th to 61st Street. Ask for a free subway map from the worker in the station booth and catch the 1, A, B, C, D trains to other areas of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens or the Bronx. Make sure that you check out our blog for other great videos and informations: http://www.nyhabitat.com/blog/2010/08/25/columbus-circle-all-along-broadway/
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Life at Fordham Lincoln Center
 
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Learn more at http://fordham.edu/admission
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THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF DAVE BRUBECK - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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The Life and Music of Dave Brubeck April 12, 2014 Rose Theater The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis explores Brubeck's extraordinary legacy with fresh arrangements that illuminate the breadth and scope of his work. Brubeck is credited with bringing jazz to the mainstream in the 1950s and 60s and releasing the first jazz album to sell over a million copies. 2:14 Unsquare Dance 7:42 Three to Get Ready 12:47 The Duke 18:43 Cassandra 25:40 Strange Meadowlark 32:01 Who Will Take Care of Me? 36:45 It's a Raggy Waltz 43:16 Tokyo Traffic 51:07 Take Five 57:18 Lost Waltz 1:04:50 Upstage Rhumba 1:12:31 In Your Own Sweet Way 1:18:06 Fast Life 1:25:33 Bluette 1:31:50 Blue Rondo a la Turk Executive Producer: Len Riggio Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jazzatlincolncenter To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
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Wynton Marsalis Plays Blue Note Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra 2015
 
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Live At Harrogate International Festivals. The Life and Music of Dave Brubeck April 12, 2014 Rose Theater The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis explores Brubeck's extraordinary . Popular content related to Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra & Wynton Marsalis. Enjoy the music .. Wynton Marsalis Plays Blue Note Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra 2015.
Views: 110082 Richard Gimenez
We Are Jazz at Lincoln Center
 
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Jazz at Lincoln Center is about so much more than putting on shows. We're entertaining, enriching, and expanding a global community for jazz through performance, education, and advocacy. And we want you to join us. To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1
THE CASE AGAINST LINCOLN CENTER by Newsreel — "In 1955, they began the construction of the..."
 
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THE CASE AGAINST LINCOLN CENTER/El caso en contra del Centro Lincoln (1968) More than 20,000 Latino families were displaced to make way for Lincoln Center, home to the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Symphony. This film examines the patrons of art" complex (corporations and wealthy families) and the culture displayed there. Juxtaposing the atmosphere of Lincoln Center with the vibrant street culture of a displaced neighborhood, the film correctly predicts the process by which the West Side was to be turned into a high-rent area for the upper middle class. THE CASE AGAINST LINCOLN CENTER was screened as part of the 2015 REVIEWING RENEWAL exhibit at the Queens Museum. From January 11 to February 8, 2015, the non-profit organization 596 Acres recreated their online Urban Reviewer map, a map that features the more than 150 urban renewal plans adopted by the city of New York since 1952, on the Panorama of the City of New York, which was commissioned by Robert Moses for the 1964 World's Fair. For more information on the exhibition and the online map, please visit www.urbanreviewer.org. TWN thanks the 596 Acres team for showcasing two of our documentaries: THE CASE AGAINST LINCOLN CENTER and BREAK AND ENTER! Curator: Paula Z. Segal, Esq., 596 Acres, Inc. Exhibition Design: Mary Bereschka, Greg Mihalko, Stephan von Muehlen Design: Partner & Partners Event Production: Amy Fitzgerald, Oksana Mironova Documentation: Badrul Hisham Ismail, Christina Sukhgian Houle, Molly Garfinkel (City Lore): Clip Selection: Jakob Winkler
Views: 253 ThirdWorldNewsreel
Daybreak, Lincoln Center Campus
 
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There is nothing quite like the blue of a wintertime sky in New York City. And there are perhaps few places better to appreciate it from than McKeon Hall at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, where the views of midtown are second to none. After a few blustery January days, we were able to capture a stunning sunrise over Central Park South from the rooftop. Special thanks to Nathan Lincoln-DeCusatis, D.M.A., assistant professor of music, for providing the perfect jazz backdrop. This is what it’s like to wake at Fordham Lincoln Center!
Views: 3401 FordhamUniversity
UNTAMED ELEGANCE (Full Concert) - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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Untamed Elegance Composed and arranged by Victor Goines October 28, 2016 Rose Theater A grand decade when "the parties were bigger, the pace was faster, the buildings were higher, the morals looser," the Roaring Twenties were defined by jazz. Watch the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis commemorate the Jazz Age with "Untamed Elegance," a suite composed by master saxophonist and veteran JLCO member Victor Goines. Setlist: 3:51 - The Business of America is Business 11:14 - The Elephant in the Room 20:58 - Laboratories of Ideas 29:15 - The "It" Thing 36:06 - Drunk as a Skunk 44:43 - Bold, Naked, and Sensational Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Shareef Clayton - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Adam Birnbaum - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Featuring Jon Irabagon on saxophones Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Views: 130453 Jazz at Lincoln Center
Fordham University - Lincoln Center Campus Tour Highlights
 
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Did you know that Fordham University has two campuses in New York City? Our modern Lincoln Center campus is located in Manhattan near Central Park in the Upper West Side. Lincoln Center students enjoy being centrally located in New York City where they have easy access to amazing internships and the best of New York culture. Learn more about our Lincoln Center campus: https://www.fordham.edu/info/20311/fordham_college_at_lincoln_center
Views: 684 FordhamUniversity
My Fair Lady Lincoln Center Theater revival
 
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We focus on Lincoln Center Theater’s stunning revival of My Fair Lady with the production’s director, Bartlett Sher; Lincoln Center Theater’s Producing Artistic Director, André Bishop; as well as actors Lauren Ambrose, Harry Hadden-Paton, and Allan Corduner, who star as “Eliza Doolittle,” “Henry Higgins” and “Colonel Pickering,” respectively. Jesse Green, Co-Chief Theater Critic of The New York Times co-hosts with Susan Haskins
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NYC Dorm Tour | Fordham Lincoln Center
 
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Finally got around to filming a Fordham dorm tour! If you are watching this because you are interested in coming to Fordham, comment below :) This is a dorm tour of Fordham University Lincoln Center. FULL FORDHAM TOUR: https://youtu.be/3Dcuel7Dxvg Instagram: www.instagram.com/viennaskye Depop: www.depop.com/yikes Twitter: @_viennaskye
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Lin-Manuel Miranda at Lincoln Center’s American Songbook in 2012
 
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Alexander Hamilton was born on this day in 1757. Five years ago today in a performance for Lincoln Center’s American Songbook, Lin-Manuel Miranda presented 12 songs from a new project “The Hamilton Mixtape” that formed the basis of the phenomenal Broadway hit, Hamilton: An American Musical. Here’s one of the musical’s signature songs, “My Shot,” recorded in front of a live audience in its premiere performance at the Appel Room. “My Shot” is one of the tracks on the just-released compilation, also called “The Hamilton Mixtape,” of covers of some 20 songs by a Who’s Who of musical artists.
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Joey Alexander - Jazz at Lincoln Center Gala - 2014
 
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Jazz piano prodigy Joey Alexander plays Round Midnight by Thelonious Monk and Cootie Williams at the 2014 Jazz at Lincoln Center gala. Introduction by Billy Crystal.
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Wynton Marsalis's SPACES - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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SPACES by Wynton Marsalis April 2, 2016 Rose Theater Watch the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Lil Buck, and Jared Grimes perform the world debut of Marsalis's work SPACES. Songs: 3:03 Ch-Ch-Chicken 10:27 Monkey in a Tree 17:32 Pachyderm Shout 25:33 Leap Frogs 33:11 Mr. Penguin Please 40:09 Like a Snake 47:35 Those Sanctified Swallows 54:31 A Nightingale 1:01:54 King Lion 1:10:31 Bees Bees Bees Appropriate for all ages, this special concert was the debut performance of a previously unfinished work. Composed with the concept of an “animal ballet” in mind, Wynton Marsalis’s SPACES will attempt to recapture the natural fascination we have with the sounds and movements of animals. Movement is an essential aspect of both jazz music and natural life itself, and two extraordinary dance geniuses represent this connection in their work: Lil Buck, a groundbreaking young artist recently seen with Yo-Yo Ma, Madonna, and Cirque du Soleil; and Jared Grimes, a quadruple-threat tap dancer who in 2014 won the Astaire Award and choreographed on Broadway for After Midnight and Holler If Ya Hear Me. Damian Woetzel, choreographer and retired Principal Dancer with New York City Ballet, acts as choreographic consultant and worked with both dancers on the overall structure and choreography for SPACES seamlessly integrating it with Marsalis's musical composition. They joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in the world premiere of this visually captivating performance. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
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XANGO from Wynton Marsalis's OCHAS - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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OCHAS by Wynton Marsalis Part VIII: Agallu Shola September 20, 2014 Rose Theater Since the late 1990s, Jazz at Lincoln Center has celebrated Cuban music with collaborations with some of the island nation's finest musicians like Celia Cruz, Israel "Cachao" López, Candido Camero, and Bebo Valdés. Continuing this tradition, the 2014-15 season opened with a world premiere commissionfrom Wynton Marsalis featuring influential pianist, composer, and arranger Chucho Valdés; star percussionist and vocalist Pedrito Martinez; and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Together, they blended jazz with the traditional folkloric music of Cuba and the Santería religion to create a work that illustrates the ability of music to elevate us from social and political unrest to the greatest heights of humanity. Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Greg Gisbert - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Yesenia Selier - Dance Dreiser Durruthy Bombalé - Dance Denise DeJean - Vocals Amma Dawn McKen - Vocals Pedrito Martinez - Bata / Vocals Roman Diaz - Bata / Vocals Clemente Medina - Bata / Vocals Dan Nimmer - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Lincoln Center Moments
 
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Lincoln Center Moments, a performance-based program for people with dementia and their caregivers.
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2018-19 Jazz at Lincoln Center Season Announcement
 
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We're pleased to announce our 2018-19 concert season that highlights jazz’s diverse, adaptable, and inclusive nature and reveal both the music’s history and its continuing evolution. The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis (JLCO) anchors the 31st season with performances including the annual Monk Festival (October 25-27), a salute to Miles Davis (November 8-10), with special guests McCoy Tyner and Charles McPherson (April 5-6) and Joey DeFrancesco (May 17-18), as well as a first-ever collaboration with the National Symphony Orchestra of Romania (January 11-12). The season concludes with a multimedia concert event in partnership with the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art (June 7-8). Subscribers can purchase tickets now at http://www.jazz.org/subs Highlights of the season include: An exploration of early American music, connecting jazz, bluegrass and folk in American Roots: Mark O’Connor & Friends (October 5-6), with special guests Alvin Youngblood Hart and Lizz Wright; American music icon Marty Stuart’s Jazz at Lincoln Center debut in Steve Miller with Marty Stuart: Music from Appalachia (December 7-8), exploring classic Appalachian blues and bluegrass styles; Dance and jazz as an act of storytelling in Life of a Legend: Carmen de Lavallade (January 24-25), celebrating the living legend and 2017 Kennedy Center Honors recipient; Wadada Leo Smith: America’s National Parks (January 26) in a multimedia concert experience with visual projections of natural and cultural national parks; A Swingin’ Sesame Street Celebration: 50 Years and Counting (February 7-9), celebrating the milestone anniversary of the quintessential American children’s institution that brought Ray Charles, Dizzy Gillespie, Mary Lou Williams, and others into homes across the country; Kurt Elling’s The Big Blind: A Jazz Radio Drama (March 1-2), a one-of-a-kind “radio-style jazz thriller” written for an all-star cast including NEA Jazz Master vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater, renowned theater and screen actor Clarke Peters (The Wire, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri”), and a Tony Award-winning special guest to be announced, accompanied by a swinging big band; The world’s longest-running jazz festival comes to New York City to kick off its 60th anniversary tour in Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour Starring Cécile McLorin Salvant (March 15-16), also featuring Bria Skonberg, Melissa Aldana, Jamison Ross, Yasushi Nakamura, and Christian Sands; In Wynton Marsalis and Ken Burns: Country Music (April 25-27), iconic documentarian Ken Burns shares never-before-seen clips of his upcoming Country Music series. The films showcase the intertwined histories of songs made famous by Ray Charles, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Stephen Foster, and more. Subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Views: 75360 Jazz at Lincoln Center
ELEGUA from Wynton Marsalis's OCHAS - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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OCHAS by Wynton Marsalis Part I: Elegua September 20, 2014 Rose Theater Since the late 1990s, Jazz at Lincoln Center has celebrated Cuban music with collaborations with some of the island nation's finest musicians like Celia Cruz, Israel "Cachao" López, Candido Camero, and Bebo Valdés. Continuing this tradition, the 2014-15 season opened with a world premiere commissionfrom Wynton Marsalis featuring influential pianist, composer, and arranger Chucho Valdés; star percussionist and vocalist Pedrito Martinez; and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Together, they blended jazz with the traditional folkloric music of Cuba and the Santería religion to create a work that illustrates the ability of music to elevate us from social and political unrest to the greatest heights of humanity. Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Greg Gisbert - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Pedrito Martinez - Bata / Vocals Roman Diaz - Bata / Vocals Clemente Medina - Bata / Vocals Dan Nimmer - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Lincoln Center NYC
 
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Lincoln Center was envisioned as a major performing arts center that would develop and present the finest and brightest in all types of performing arts to a diverse audience drawn from all walks of life.  http://www.aboutlincolncenter.org/about/history/archive-today Mr. Worldwide/AFJr Videos Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcUax6YxDXaVvjUxpR0jHXpohHgSk92I_ NYC Must See Attractions Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcUax6YxDXaWWpB01nTjnlipU8JXChvNI NYC Greatest Cathedrals and Churches Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcUax6YxDXaWcsTx7Yn96kbmwGq0fT6iF Music: Uplifting POP Instrumental RFM. Premium Trax “Inspirational Sunrise” Main Camera: Canon EOS 80D Digtal SLR Camera And iPhone X
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YEMAYA from Wynton Marsalis's OCHAS - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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OCHAS by Wynton Marsalis Part VII: Yemaya September 20, 2014 Rose Theater Since the late 1990s, Jazz at Lincoln Center has celebrated Cuban music with collaborations with some of the island nation's finest musicians like Celia Cruz, Israel "Cachao" López, Candido Camero, and Bebo Valdés. Continuing this tradition, the 2014-15 season opened with a world premiere commissionfrom Wynton Marsalis featuring influential pianist, composer, and arranger Chucho Valdés; star percussionist and vocalist Pedrito Martinez; and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Together, they blended jazz with the traditional folkloric music of Cuba and the Santería religion to create a work that illustrates the ability of music to elevate us from social and political unrest to the greatest heights of humanity. Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Greg Gisbert - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Yesenia Selier - Dance Denise DeJean - Vocals Amma Dawn McKen - Vocals Pedrito Martinez - Bata / Vocals Roman Diaz - Bata / Vocals Clemente Medina - Bata / Vocals Chucho Valdes - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
OYA from Wynton Marsalis's OCHAS - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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OCHAS by Wynton Marsalis Part VI: Oya September 20, 2014 Rose Theater Since the late 1990s, Jazz at Lincoln Center has celebrated Cuban music with collaborations with some of the island nation's finest musicians like Celia Cruz, Israel "Cachao" López, Candido Camero, and Bebo Valdés. Continuing this tradition, the 2014-15 season opened with a world premiere commissionfrom Wynton Marsalis featuring influential pianist, composer, and arranger Chucho Valdés; star percussionist and vocalist Pedrito Martinez; and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Together, they blended jazz with the traditional folkloric music of Cuba and the Santería religion to create a work that illustrates the ability of music to elevate us from social and political unrest to the greatest heights of humanity. Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Greg Gisbert - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Denise DeJean - Vocals Amma Dawn McKen - Vocals Pedrito Martinez - Bata / Vocals Roman Diaz - Bata / Vocals Clemente Medina - Bata / Vocals Dan Nimmer - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
TAKE FIVE - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis perform Dave Brubeck
 
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The Life and Music of Dave Brubeck Take Five by Paul Desmond April 12, 2014 Rose Theater The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis explores Brubeck's extraordinary legacy with fresh arrangements that illuminate the breadth and scope of his work. Brubeck is credited with bringing jazz to the mainstream in the 1950s and 60s and releasing the first jazz album to sell over a million copies. Watch the full concert: https://youtu.be/PQ-yXQItCGg Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jazzatlincolncenter To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
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MOYUBA from Wynton Marsalis's OCHAS - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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OCHAS by Wynton Marsalis Introduction: Moyuba September 20, 2014 Rose Theater Since the late 1990s, Jazz at Lincoln Center has celebrated Cuban music with collaborations with some of the island nation's finest musicians like Celia Cruz, Israel "Cachao" López, Candido Camero, and Bebo Valdés. Continuing this tradition, the 2014-15 season opened with a world premiere commissionfrom Wynton Marsalis featuring influential pianist, composer, and arranger Chucho Valdés; star percussionist and vocalist Pedrito Martinez; and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Together, they blended jazz with the traditional folkloric music of Cuba and the Santería religion to create a work that illustrates the ability of music to elevate us from social and political unrest to the greatest heights of humanity. Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Greg Gisbert - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Pedrito Martinez - Bata / Vocals Roman Diaz - Bata / Vocals Clemente Medina - Bata / Vocals Dan Nimmer - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
THE KING AND I - Lincoln Center Theater (Television Commercial)
 
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Television commercial for THE KING AND I, directed by Bartlett Sher. Now playing at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. www.thekingandibroadway.com
Chick Corea Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
 
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I can't post the whole thing on YouTube. I saw Wynton and JLCO last night in Chicago. He raved about how wonderful it was to do that set with Chick.
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The Psalms Experience at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival
 
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Explore the timeless poetry of the Psalms and experience the universal depths of the human heart in this unprecedented choral project. For more information, visit: PsalmsExperience.org.
Views: 51213 Lincoln Center
UNSQUARE DANCE - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis perform Dave Brubeck
 
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The Life and Music of Dave Brubeck Unsquare Dance by Dave Brubeck April 12, 2014 Rose Theater The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis explores Brubeck's extraordinary legacy with fresh arrangements that illuminate the breadth and scope of his work. Brubeck is credited with bringing jazz to the mainstream in the 1950s and 60s and releasing the first jazz album to sell over a million copies. Watch the full concert: https://youtu.be/PQ-yXQItCGg Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=jazzatlincolncenter To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Views: 47027 Jazz at Lincoln Center
Wayne's World: Wayne Shorter With The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra
 
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For the radio show and more info: http://n.pr/1iNLTvE Wayne Shorter, 82, is widely acknowledged as of jazz's most important composers, as well as one of its premier saxophonists. He's also one of its most original thinkers, whose inspirations can be short as one sentence or as broad as a musing about the nature of the universe. Jazz Night In America visits Shorter at his home in Los Angeles to talk with him about where his ideas come from. And we catch him as a featured soloist with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra in a special career-spanning concert where band members devised special arrangements of his tunes. SKIP TO 3:18 - “Yes Or No” 14:14 - How Wayne deals with his own success 17:07 - “Contemplation” 24:14 - What it was like to arrange Wayne's tunes 26:24 - “Endangered Species” Recorded May 16, 2015 @ Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center MUSICIANS Wayne Shorter (tenor and soprano saxophone), Wynton Marsalis (trumpet), Walter Blanding (saxophone), Chris Crenshaw (trombone), Vincent Gardner (trombone), Victor Goines (saxophone), Carlos Henriquez (bass), Sherman Irby (saxophone), Ali Jackson (drums), Ryan Kisor (trumpet), Elliot Mason (trombone), Ted Nash (saxophone), Paul Nedzela (baritone saxophone), Dan Nimmer (piano), Marcus Printup (trumpet), Kenny Rampton (trumpet) FOLLOW US! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jazznight Twitter: https://twitter.com/jazznight Instagram: https://instagram.com/jazznightinamerica/
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OGUN from Wynton Marsalis's OCHAS - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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OCHAS by Wynton Marsalis Part II: Ogun September 20, 2014 Rose Theater Since the late 1990s, Jazz at Lincoln Center has celebrated Cuban music with collaborations with some of the island nation's finest musicians like Celia Cruz, Israel "Cachao" López, Candido Camero, and Bebo Valdés. Continuing this tradition, the 2014-15 season opened with a world premiere commissionfrom Wynton Marsalis featuring influential pianist, composer, and arranger Chucho Valdés; star percussionist and vocalist Pedrito Martinez; and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Together, they blended jazz with the traditional folkloric music of Cuba and the Santería religion to create a work that illustrates the ability of music to elevate us from social and political unrest to the greatest heights of humanity. Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Greg Gisbert - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Pedrito Martinez - Bata / Vocals Roman Diaz - Bata / Vocals Clemente Medina - Bata / Vocals Dan Nimmer - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Film Society Talks | Matthew McConaughey | Dallas Buyers Club (Full)
 
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Matthew McConaughey discussed his Oscar-winning role in "Dallas Buyers Club," as well as his career and approach to acting, as part of our Free Talks series at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. http://filmlinc.com/freetalks
Christmas Music: JINGLE BELLS (Live) - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in concert perform "Jingle Bells" off their new live album, BIG BAND HOLIDAYS. Buy BIG BAND HOLIDAYS and make the Yuletide swing: http://ow.ly/2AsJ306B5CY Put some swing in your holiday season with BIG BAND HOLIDAYS, the new album from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis! The first holiday album ever released by DownBeat Readers Poll's Best Big Band of 2013 & 2014, Big Band Holidays features original big band arrangements of timeless favorites including Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, We Three Kings, and White Christmas. Nine-time GRAMMY Award winner and Pulitzer Prize winner Wynton Marsalis and the JLCO are joined by special guest vocalists Cécile McLorin Salvant, Gregory Porter, and René Marie on what's sure to become a holiday classic. Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Views: 42348 Jazz at Lincoln Center
Sneak Peak! FALSETTOS on Live from Lincoln Center
 
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FALSETTOS ran September 29, 2016 - January 8, 2017 at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
Views: 165733 LincolnCenterTheater
MR. PENGUIN PLEASE from Wynton Marsalis's SPACES - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
 
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SPACES by Wynton Marsalis Mr. Penguin Please April 2, 2016 Rose Theater Watch the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Lil Buck, and Jared Grimes perform "Mr. Penguin Please" during the world debut of Marsalis's work SPACES. Appropriate for all ages, this special concert was the debut performance of a previously unfinished work. Composed with the concept of an “animal ballet” in mind, Wynton Marsalis’s SPACES will attempt to recapture the natural fascination we have with the sounds and movements of animals. Movement is an essential aspect of both jazz music and natural life itself, and two extraordinary dance geniuses represent this connection in their work: Lil Buck, a groundbreaking young artist recently seen with Yo-Yo Ma, Madonna, and Cirque du Soleil; and Jared Grimes, a quadruple-threat tap dancer who in 2014 won the Astaire Award and choreographed on Broadway for After Midnight and Holler If Ya Hear Me. Damian Woetzel, choreographer and retired Principal Dancer with New York City Ballet, acts as choreographic consultant and worked with both dancers on the overall structure and choreography for SPACES seamlessly integrating it with Marsalis's musical composition. They joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in the world premiere of this visually captivating performance. Personnel: Lil Buck - Dancer Jared Grimes - Dancer Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Dan Block - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Ryan Kisor - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Dan Nimmer - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Conductor - Damien Sneed Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts - Project of the Week 8/11/14
 
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One of the largest and best-known arts complexes in the world, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts encompasses 12 independent companies and 15 venues bringing a wide range of events to five million visitors per year. Part of Lincoln Center's $650 million West 65th St. redevelopment plan, the redesigned Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has a free standing glass-walled restaurant topped with a 10,000 sf sloped vegetated roof that doubles as a campus lawn - The Hypar Pavilion. Shaped in the form of a hyperbolic paraboloid, architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro and FX Fowle Architects, in collaboration with other experts, first tested mock-ups of the greenroof lawn at 1/16 the size of the actual space. The roof reaches a full height of 11 feet from the plaza level and 23 feet from the sidewalk level and extends down to the plaza on the south end, providing access for pedestrians. Consisting of a blend of tall fescue and Kentucky Blue grasses, the slope varies from a 1:12 pitch at the landing point to a 3:12 slope at the edges. About 50% of the roof is at a 2:12 slope, providing a fairly comfortable climb for visitors. American Hydrotech teamed with the design firms to meet the challenge of installing a greenroof of this imposing shape: GardNet®, a flexible 3-dimensional cellular confinement system, provides the appropriate measures to cope with the shear forces and growing media retention on the steep slopes. See the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts' Hypar Pavilion, one of the projects highlighted in Richard Hayden's video presentation Sloped and Complex Green Roofs http://youtu.be/RpR9_7iB4gI?list=PLC299891B44CEFE83 from the Greenroofs & Walls of the World™ Virtual Summit 2011 on the greenroofsTV channel on YouTube. Click here: http://www.greenroofs.com/projects/pview.php?id=423 to see more information about this project in The International Greenroof & Greenwall Projects Database http://www.greenroofs.com/projects/. Did we miss your contribution? Please let us know to add you to the profile. Would you like one of your projects to be featured? We have to have a profile first! Submit Your Project Profile http://www.greenroofs.com/submit_a_project.htm.
Views: 1212 Greenroofs.com
THE KING AND I Montage
 
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A montage of scenes from Rodgers & Hammerstein's THE KING AND I directed by Bartlett Sher. Winner! 4 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical! Now playing at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. www.TheKingAndIBroadway.com www.Facebook.com/KingAndIBway www.Twitter.com/KingAndIBway
Views: 157397 LincolnCenterTheater
Iain reviews My Fair Lady (Lincoln Center) 5/7/2018
 
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Iain reviews My Fair Lady (Lincoln Center) 5/6/2018
Views: 1446 IainLovesTheatre
THE STRAWBERRY (from HANDUL OF KEYS) - JLCO with Wynton Marsalis ft. Myra Melford
 
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The Strawberry From HANDFUL OF KEYS Composed by Myra Melford September 22, 2016 Rose Theater Pianist Myra Melford joins the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis for a jaunty romp through Ted Nash's arrangement of her own composition, "The Strawberry." This is the first single off the JLCO's album "Handful of Keys," out now! Order "Handful of Keys" from our webstore: http://ow.ly/Jbtj30euNDG Order the deluxe bundle of "Handful of Keys," featuring JALC 30th Anniversary gear, from our webstore: http://ow.ly/fz0D30euNBM Personnel: Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Victor Goines - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Greg Gisbert - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Myra Melford - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
Views: 11909 Jazz at Lincoln Center
Hilary Knight's Lincoln Center Party
 
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I made this little video for the magical Hilary Knight. It's just some pictures and videos I took at his party celebrating his Lincoln Center exhibit - "Hilary Knight Stage Struck." In attendance were so many wonderful people, including Peter Mintun, Liliane Montevechhi, William Ivey Long, Anna Sui, Santo Loquasto, and Carmen de Lavallade. I have put as a soundtrack, The Peter Mintun Orchestra featuring The Jesters, "I'll Take Romance." This from the Lincoln Center website: Hilary Knight was born stage-struck, ninety years ago. Best known as the illustrator of the American classic Eloise, he cites the performing arts as the single greatest influence on his life and career. As a child, Knight was fascinated by the circus and could not get enough of Broadway. His artist parents introduced him to musicals with Jumbo in 1935. His early theatrical influences were Ethel Merman in Red, Hot and Blue; Gertrude Lawrence in Lady in the Dark; and the sensational Carmen Miranda in The Streets of Paris. The movies were another source of inspiration and obsession. Designer Adrian’s extravagant costumes for The Great Ziegfeld (1936) mesmerized him; child star Sabu in Elephant Boy (1937) became a hero. After studying at the Art Students' League with Reginald Marsh, and then a stint in the US Navy in World War II, Knight designed sets under the exacting eye of the legendary George Abbott at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine. Eloise became a national and international bestseller in the 1950's, and Knight's children's book career took off with titles such as Where's Wallace, and The Circus is Coming! Yet his work in the theater continued with iconic Broadway posters, including No, No, Nanette, Irene, Half a Sixpence, and the burlesque musical Sugar Babies, starring Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller, among many others. Now for the first time, Hilary Knight’s stage-struck life is the subject of a comprehensive exhibition that includes original artwork for posters; theatrical illustrations for Vanity Fair magazine (where Knight is a contributing editor); Knight’s most recent work — three-dimensional portraits in stage-like settings — and costume and set designs for performances and revues that reveal that for Hilary Knight, all the world is indeed a stage.
Views: 110 Rusty Frank
RECESSIONAL: THE GLORY TRAIN - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
 
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Watch a live performance of "Recessional: The Glory Train." This is the first single from THE ABYSSINIAN MASS, a new album from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis featuring Damien Sneed and Chorale Le Chateau. Buy THE ABYSSINIAN MASS with exclusive tote bag and 2013 Tour Diary: http://ow.ly/XTz1E Buy from iTunes: http://ow.ly/Y7LeR Buy from Amazon: http://ow.ly/Y7ZXP In 2008, nine-time GRAMMY® Award winner Wynton Marsalis was commissioned to write a piece commemorating the 200th anniversary of Harlem’s Abyssinian Baptist Church. The result was a sacred celebration: a sweeping composition for a big band and 70-piece gospel choir. In 2013, award-winning recording artist Damien Sneed and his choir, Chorale Le Chateau, joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis for a 16-city, 19-concert tour across the American South that took the musicians into deep dialogue with the black tradition. Now, THE ABYSSINIAN MASS—Marsalis’s first original recorded composition in six years—documents this piece’s immense power to make audiences clap their hands and sing along to its joyous spirituality, its profound swing, and its bluesy swagger. This landmark double album also includes a new essay from renowned public intellectual Leon Wieseltier and a bonus DVD documentary that features performances, interviews, and insights into the process behind THE ABYSSINIAN MASS. The album’s exploration of the African American experience places it in the tradition of Marsalis's Pulitzer Prize-winning composition and record Blood on the Fields. As THE ABYSSINIAN MASS​ reminds us, “In this great land of ours, everyone has a place.” No matter your faith or background, THE ABYSSINIAN MASS is a sprawling, soulful triumph and a swinging affirmation of just how good being human can feel. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
BEES BEES BEES from Wynton Marsalis's SPACES - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
 
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SPACES by Wynton Marsalis Bees Bees Bees April 2, 2016 Rose Theater Watch the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Lil Buck, and Jared Grimes perform "Bees Bees Bees" during the world debut of Marsalis's work SPACES. Appropriate for all ages, this special concert was the debut performance of a previously unfinished work. Composed with the concept of an “animal ballet” in mind, Wynton Marsalis’s SPACES will attempt to recapture the natural fascination we have with the sounds and movements of animals. Movement is an essential aspect of both jazz music and natural life itself, and two extraordinary dance geniuses represent this connection in their work: Lil Buck, a groundbreaking young artist recently seen with Yo-Yo Ma, Madonna, and Cirque du Soleil; and Jared Grimes, a quadruple-threat tap dancer who in 2014 won the Astaire Award and choreographed on Broadway for After Midnight and Holler If Ya Hear Me. Damian Woetzel, choreographer and retired Principal Dancer with New York City Ballet, acts as choreographic consultant and worked with both dancers on the overall structure and choreography for SPACES seamlessly integrating it with Marsalis's musical composition. They joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in the world premiere of this visually captivating performance. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org
“Up and Away” at Lincoln Center (with Audio Description)
 
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A version of this video without audio description is available at: https://youtu.be/BeCAZs5ldhc How "Up and Away," commissioned by Lincoln Center Education, changed going to the theater for children on the autism spectrum and their parents. Help us spread the magic of the performing arts: http://donate.lincolncenter.org. (Video description: Throughout the video, we hear from three parents about the importance of “Up and Away” for their families. Interspersed are scenes of “Up and Away” actors engaging with children and their families in hot air balloon stations within a colorfully decorated room.)
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MONKEY IN A TREE from Wynton Marsalis's SPACES - Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
 
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SPACES by Wynton Marsalis Monkey in a Tree April 2, 2016 Rose Theater Watch the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Lil Buck, and Jared Grimes perform "Monkey in a Tree" during the world debut of Marsalis's work SPACES. Appropriate for all ages, this special concert was the debut performance of a previously unfinished work. Composed with the concept of an “animal ballet” in mind, Wynton Marsalis’s SPACES will attempt to recapture the natural fascination we have with the sounds and movements of animals. Movement is an essential aspect of both jazz music and natural life itself, and two extraordinary dance geniuses represent this connection in their work: Lil Buck, a groundbreaking young artist recently seen with Yo-Yo Ma, Madonna, and Cirque du Soleil; and Jared Grimes, a quadruple-threat tap dancer who in 2014 won the Astaire Award and choreographed on Broadway for After Midnight and Holler If Ya Hear Me. Damian Woetzel, choreographer and retired Principal Dancer with New York City Ballet, acts as choreographic consultant and worked with both dancers on the overall structure and choreography for SPACES seamlessly integrating it with Marsalis's musical composition. They joined the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis in the world premiere of this visually captivating performance. Personnel: Lil Buck - Dancer Jared Grimes - Dancer Sherman Irby - Alto saxophone Ted Nash - Alto saxophone Dan Block - Tenor saxophone Walter Blanding - Tenor saxophone Paul Nedzela - Baritone saxophone Vincent Gardner - Trombone Chris Crenshaw - Trombone Elliot Mason - Trombone Ryan Kisor - Trumpet Kenny Rampton - Trumpet Marcus Printup - Trumpet Wynton Marsalis - Trumpet Dan Nimmer - Piano Carlos Henriquez - Bass Ali Jackson - Drums Conductor - Damien Sneed Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP108sGgYT_TlG2YRColGcg?sub_confirmation=1 To learn more about Jazz at Lincoln Center, visit us at http://www.jazz.org