Marsalis


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Marsalis

Wynton. born 1962, US jazz and classical trumpeter
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Marsalis describes both cities and people as palimpsests.
We will also honor Grammy and Pulitzer Prize winner Wynton Marsalis for his prolific career in both classical and jazz music, his work as a cultural ambassador, and his lifelong advocacy for the arts and arts education worldwide.
Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra were scheduled to perform Friday in Caracas and conduct workshops with the country's El Sistema network of youth ensembles.
Marsalis has been in Eugene all week working in Lane County schools.
Marsalis is promising to fill the evening's repertoire with gems from the classic era of 1950s and 60s Blue Note vinyl.
Marsalis points to the spiritual and connecting power of music in his 2oll Harvard University lecture, "Music as Metaphor": "The struggle at the heart of humankind and the central debate of our Constitution have been resolved by [American] musical arts for over a century.
Marsalis arrived in the impoverished Caribbean nation Friday to perform several shows at the Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival.
The Wynton Marsalis Quintet delighted on Thursday evening a full-house of enthusiasts, who were treated to two unique sets that showcased some of the best in jazz music.
Marsalis is currently the artistic director for Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Let Freedom Swing: Conversations on Jazz and Democracy: A Resource for Teachers Featuring Sandra Day O'Connor and Wynton Marsalis.
Hace 47 anos el jazz se tino de misericordias: Wynton Marsalis retoma los fragores, restituye --renovado y fastuoso-- uno de los instantes armonicos cardinales del jazz del siglo XX.
Yet in the hands of acclaimed trumpeter and jazz educator Wynton Marsalis, it's a combination that works sweetly and as smooth as silk.