Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra / Wynton Marsalis

Elbphilharmonie Konzertkino auf dem Vorplatz

This concert has already taken place! € 8.00 | 12.00 | 16.00
This concert has already taken place! € 8.00 | 12.00 | 16.00

»Elbphilharmonie Concert Cinema« is a chance to relax outside, sitting on the floor or in beach chairs, and enjoy concerts on a big screen and in outstanding sound quality – live broadcasts from the Grand Hall as well as concert recordings from the last few years.

Please note: Tickets to this event allow you to attend the Concert Cinema on the Elbphilharmonie forecourt. The event is not held inside the Elbphilharmonie.

Even in a traditional jazz centre like New York City, it is important to recall the history of jazz from time to time, an art form now over a hundred years old. This was what motivated the creation of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO). Wynton Marsalis has been artistic director since 1991. The trumpeter was born in New Orleans in 1961, and is regarded as one of the leading figures in contemporary jazz since the early 1980s. Marsalis has played with jazz greats like Art Blakey und Herbie Hancock, and has long since progressed beyond his role models Freddie Hubbard and Miles Davis to establish his own style.

Performers

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra

Kenny Rampton trumpet
Marcus Printup trumpet
Ryan Kisor trumpet
Chris Crenshaw trombone
Vincent Gardner trombone
Elliot Mason trombone
Victor Goines saxophone
Ted Nash saxophone
Camille Thurman saxophone
Sherman Irby saxophone
Paul Nedzela saxophone
Carlos Henriquez bass
Obed Calvair drums
Dan Nimmer piano

Wynton Marsalis trumpet

Schwerpunkt

Elbphilharmonie Konzertkino

Promoter: HamburgMusik