Unparalleled genius and astounding virtuosity presented on our grandest stage.
This all-star band calls themselves Hudson, named after the Hudson River Valley they each call home. Fans know them as hard swinging jazz masters, deft and creative jam purveyors, rocking funky groove maestros, each musician at the top of his game. It’s rare that so impressive a group of individuals finds time away from their own projects to tour together.
In one of three events celebrating legendary composer Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday, jazz pianist Bill Charlap and longtime trio bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington perform songs from Charlap’s 2004 tribute, So
An unexpected twist: Wynton Marsalis sits out a tour with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, ceding the Jackson Hall stage to jazz piano titan Chick Corea.
Socially conscious music rooted in the Black Lives Matter movement, Terence Blanchard’s debut album with the E-Collective captures how, in Blanchard’s words, “music and art have the power to change hearts and souls.”