Subscribe now for free! JAZZed. CLICK HERE to signup now!

jazz at lincoln center

  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Virtual Concert, ‘Freedom, Justice, and Hope’ with Bryan Stevenson, to Premiere on May 21

    Frank Hammel | May 19, 2021On May 21, at 7:30 pm (and available on demand through May 26), Jazz at Lincoln Center will feature a virtual concert titled “Freedom, Justice, and Hope.’ A creative collaboration with founder of the Equal Justice Initiative and social justice advocate Bryan Stevenson, the concert will feature new music by Endea Owens on the life […] Read More...
  • Jazz At Lincoln Center Announces 2021 Gala Concert: Innovation + Soul on April 15

    Frank Hammel | April 7, 2021The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will perform with Wynton Marsalis April 15 at 7:30p.m. EDT and on-demand through April 25. The gala concert will also include performances by Carlos Henriquez, Pedrito Martinez and Michael Rodriguez More details from Jazz At Lincoln Center (https://2021.jazz.org/gala-2021): On the occasion of National Jazz Appreciation Month, and to honor […] Read More...
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Premieres Virtual Concert, ‘Big Band Holidays’

    Victoria Wasylak | December 2, 2020Jazz at Lincoln Center will ring in the holiday season with the premiere of a one-of-a-kind virtual concert event, "Big Band Holidays," on Saturday, December 19 at 7:00 p.m. EST. " Read More...
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Announces New Digital Advisory Council

    Jazzed Magazine | September 20, 2012Jazz at Lincoln Center recently announced the institution's first Digital Advisory Council (DAC), formed to provide insight and guidance on harnessing technology and social media for audience development, digital distribution of performances and educational products, and other institutional imperatives. Read More...
  • Amina Figarova

    Jazzed Magazine | September 24, 2010Amina Figarova has been earning recognition not only as a captivating pianist, but also as, “among the most important composers to come into jazz in the new millennium” (Thomas Conrad, JazzTimes). A native of Baku, Azerbijan, Figarova studied classical piano before switching to jazz after a 1988 trip to the Moscow Jazz Festival. She then […] Read More...
  • New Notable Music Releases for March 2010

    Jazzed Magazine | March 24, 2010All dates are subject to change February 2 Sheryl Bailey A New Promise [MCG] Acker Bilk Legrand [Phantom] Barry Finnerty Blues For Trane [Pony] Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis Portrait of Seven Shades [Jazz at Lincoln Center] Dave King Indelicate [Sunny Side] Ralph Lalama Quartet The Audience [Mighty Quinn] Zoe Schwarz Rob […] Read More...
  • January, 2010

    Jazzed Magazine | March 2, 20102010 NEA Jazz MastersThe National Endowment for the Arts honored 2010 NEA Jazz Masters at an awards ceremony and concert produced by Jazz at Lincoln Center on January 11 12. Meet the 2010 NEA Jazz Masters featured a conversation with the 2010 NEA Jazz Masters, exploring their lives and careers in jazz. On January 12th […] Read More...
  • November, 2009

    Jazzed Magazine | December 9, 2009First Annual JEN Conferencehe Jazz Education Network (JEN) plans to hold the first of its annual conferences at the University of Missouri – St. Louis next spring. JEN board member and UM – St. Louis director of Jazz Studies, Jim Widner, was instrumental in bringing the conference to St. Louis. In June, Widner was recognized […] Read More...
  • Dana Leong

    Jazzed Magazine | January 9, 2008Dana Leong is an accomplished young performer, composer, and producer who has been gaining recognition for his distinctive fusion of jazz, hip-hop, classical, rock, and sonic soundscapes. At the age of 27, Leong has already collaborated with the likes of Paquito D’Rivera, Ray Charles, Diddy, Norah Jones, Dafnis Prieto, Talib Kweli, Wynton Marsalis, and Christian […] Read More...
The Latest News and Gear in Your Inbox - Sign Up Today!