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JUILLIARD JAZZ: DUKE ELLINGTON ENSEMBLE

2018-02-11
Showtime: 1:30PM
Doors Open at 1:00PM

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n/a $39.50




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Juilliard Jazz: Duke Ellington Ensemble
FEATURING:
Lluc Casares - Saxophone/Clarinet
Ruben Fox - Saxophone
Kasperi Sarikoski - Trombone
Addison Frei - Piano
Mark Lewandowski - Bass
Francesco Ciniglio - Drums

Ensemble Coach Ben Wolfe

**Price includes brunch, music and a drink.**

Now in its 16th season, Juilliard Jazz offers bachelorís and masterís degrees and the Artist Diploma. The curriculum combines classroom, private studio, and performance ensemble courses with substantial interactions with jazz masters and multiple performance opportunities in diverse venues around the city and the world. The repertoire studied covers the entire jazz continuum, highlights its American vernacular roots, and emphasizes the social and cultural vitality of the music. The 2017-18 season sees the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra in six concerts, Juilliard Jazz Ensembles in 11 performances, and the Artist Diploma Ensemble in three concerts. The program engages students in the global jazz scene with residencies in Bolivia, Mexico, Switzerland, Brazil, and Italy. This yearís guest conductors and coaches include Vince Giordano, Marquis Hill, Dave Douglas, Michael White, Rick Roe, and Abraham Burton, and faculty member Marc Cary.

In New York City the 44 students in Juilliard Jazz present more than 50 performances annually on-and off campus in diverse venues including Juilliardís Paul Recital Hall and Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Alice Tully Hall, the Zinc Bar, Blue Note, and Dizzyís Club Coca-Cola. This season marks a focus on two areas. One focus is on trumpet innovators of the post-bop era; Booker Little, Lee Morgan, and Miles Davis. The second is on two extraordinary jazz musicians who were both admired educators and trailblazers in their own right, pianist Mary Lou Williams and vocalist Betty Carter. Finally, Juilliard Jazz will host the Tom Jobim Youth Orchestra form S„o Paolo, Brazil, and students from the Torino Conservatory in Italy.

 

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