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Wynton Marsalis © Markus Aubrecht

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Tuesday 20 June 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Großer Saal



Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

Wynton Marsalis, Trompete, Leitung

Ryan Kisor, Trompete

Kenny Rampton, Trompete

Marcus Printup, Trompete

Vincent Gardner, Posaune

Chris Crenshaw, Posaune

Elliot Mason, Posaune

Sherman Irby, Altsaxophon, Sopransaxophon, Querflöte, Klarinette

Alexa Tarantino, Altsaxophon, Sopransaxophon, Querflöte, Klarinette

Chris Lewis, Tenorsaxophon, Sopransaxophon, Klarinette, Bassklarinette

Abdias Armenteros, Tenorsaxophon, Sopransaxophon, Klarinette

Paul Nedzela, Saxophon, Klarinette

Dan Nimmer, Klavier

Philip Norris, Kontrabass

Obed Calvaire, Schlagzeug

David Robinson, Tontechnik


Jimmy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie

Grand central getaway (1957)

Sherman Irby

The shores of Mount Purgatory (Inferno)

Dave Brubeck

Strange meadowlark (Bearbeitung: Ted Nash)

Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn

Blues in orbit (1959)

Chris Crenshaw

Conglomerate (The Fifties: A Prism) (2017)

McCoy Tyner

Man from Tanganyika (Bearbeitung: Chris Crenshaw)


Jelly Roll Morton

Dead man blues (1926)

Ray Noble


Dave Brubeck

Lost waltz (Bearbeitung: Ted Nash) (1966)

Duke Ellington

Red garter (Toot Suite) (1958)

William Alonzo »Cat« Anderson

Trombonio-bustoso-issimo (Trombone buster) (Bearbeitung: Duke Ellington)

Duke Ellington

Red carpet (Toot Suite) (1958)



George Gershwin

Embraceable you (Girl crazy) (1930)


Unterstützt von Erste Bank
Medienpartner Ö1 Club

Subscription series You(th)

Festival 40. Internationales Musikfest


Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

The Philharmonic of Jazz

»The mission of Jazz of Lincoln Center is to entertain, enrich and expand a global jazz community [...]. We believe that jazz is a metaphor for democracy. By improvising, jazz celebrates personal freedom and encourages individual expression. By swinging, it dedicates that individual freedom to finding and maintaining common ground with other individuals. And by being rooted in the blues, he inspires us to face any adversity with persistent optimism«.
Led by Wynton Marsalis, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra consists of 15 of the finest soloists, ensemble musicians and arrangers in jazz today. For more than a quarter of a century, this New York ensemble, as steeped in tradition as it is in jazz, has regularly met with jazz-loving audiences at Vienna's Konzerthaus. Storms of enthusiasm are also pre-programmed when this glorious tradition finds its continuation in June 2023. And so the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will once again fulfill the noble mission it set itself at the beginning.

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