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Marsalis

Wynton. born 1962, US jazz and classical trumpeter
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The second collaboration between Pritzker and Marsalis (the pair previously teamed up for the Armstrong drama Louis), Bolden features Gary Carr in the titular role.
In his debut novel, Simeon Marsalis uses a complex structure to tell the story of David, an aspiring writer and a freshman at the University of Vermont who is trying to understand his identity against the whitewashing of his college, once famous for its Kake Walk tradition.
Wynton Marsalis is a year younger than Mitch Landrieu.
And as many have argued, the very way that Burns and Marsalis tell the artistic story of jazz amidst their democratic frame is indicative of their gospel's problems.
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.
If there's one musician who can inspire the youth of today to pursue excellence in musical performance, it should be saxophonist extraordinaire Branford Marsalis.
Branford Marsalis In My Solitude: Live At Grace Cathedral Solo saxophone albums are not usually for the faint-hearted, it must be admitted, but the slightly less famous brother of Wynton has the kind of musical range and love of melody to appeal more broadly.
JaZZ AS we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the mighty Blue Note record label, what better time for trumpeter Wynton Marsalis to arrive in town, leading his Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra.
IN 1968, WYNTON MARSALIS'S parents enrolled their children in Our Lady of Perpetual Health, a formerly all-white parochial school in Louisiana.