Jazz at Lincoln Center is the world’s leading jazz institution. It presents, preserves, educates, and advocates for jazz.
It’s the home of the all-star Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, which you should see at least once in your New York life.
Dizzy’s Club is a jazz supper club that swings nightly.
The Appel Room is a 427-seat amphitheater with Central Park views.
The Rose Theater is a 1,233-seat jazz concert hall.
Thank you for sponsoring Latin jazz!
Latin Jazz at Jazz at Lincoln Center
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER, Columbus Circle ~ A New York holiday tradition with something nice for everyone. 🇺🇸 🇩🇴 🇮🇱
Friday, April 14, 2023
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER
Colombus Circle, NYC
August 12-21, 2022
Jazz at Lincoln Center News
Big Band Holidays
Big Band Holidays with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, features Dominican guest vocalist Ashley Pezzotti; at the Rose Theater in Jazz at Lincoln Center, Wednesday-Sunday, December 13-17, 2023. From $41. jazz.org 🇺🇸 🇩🇴
French Hot Club Jazz
Catherine Russell takes you back to the swinging French jazz of Le Hot Club in 1930s Paris; in the Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Friday-Saturday, March 29-30, 2024 at 7pm & 9:30pm. From $66. jazz.org 🇺🇸 🇫🇷
Big Band Jazz with Rhythms of India
Indians (South Asians) are Latin through Trinidad where the largest community is of South Asian descent.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Tickets
Jazz at Lincoln Center
Time Warner Center
(Best entrance is 60th St door)
Columbus Circle, Manhattan
CenterCharge (212) 721-6500
(A)(C)(B)(D) to 59th St – Columbus Circle
- Carlos Henriquez Puerto Rican who holds the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra bass chair. 🇵🇷
- Edmar Castaneda Indigenous Colombian jazz harp. 🇨🇴
- Elio Villafranca Cuban jazz pianist. 🇨🇺
- Paquito D’Rivera Cuban jazz and classical. 🇨🇺
Wynton Marsalis built the world’s leading jazz institution through his musicianship, determination and ability to tell jazz stories. His appearances on PBS made Marsalis the world’s leading jazz spokesperson.
Marsalis chose Carlos Henriquez as his bass player for his own bands and the orchestra. The Puerto Rican New Yorker from The Bronx played with many salsa legends, and was mentored by Tito Puente.
Henriquez is “one of New York City’s most important Latin jazz musicians” (New York Latin Culture Magazine), because like his mentor, Carlos is completely fluid in both straight-ahead jazz and clave-based Latin jazz.
Jazz at Lincoln Center is a performing arts center and educational institution that grew out of a summer concert series in 1987. It became an official part of Lincoln Center in 1991, and opened in Time Warner Center in 2004.
Enjoying a Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra concert is a bucket list item for your New York life. They make Time Warner Center swing. If you ever notice the Center’s twin towers swaying back and forth, it’s because the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is in the house.