The trumpeter joined Marian McPartland in 1992 to perform “Thou Swell” and “Blue and Sentimental.”
A brief, richly suggestive drone piece that conjures chilly atmospheres and faded family memories.
These days, the host of Jazz Night In America looks for old and forgotten gems during the holiday season. He weighs in with surprisingly different and joyous tunes — plus, of course, James Brown.
Saxophonist Donny McCaslin and longtime David Bowie producer Tony Visconti talk Blackstar and Bowie’s deep dive into jazz.
From Bach and Dvorak to new confident new composers like Anna Thorvaldsdottir and Andrew Norman, our list feels as wide-ranging, and open to possibilities, as classical music itself.
Watch the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra present new arrangements of favorite seasonal songs, led by Wynton Marsalis and featuring guest vocalists Denzal Sinclaire and Audrey Shakir.
Hear what happens when jazz fusion comes together with the lead singer of the prog-rock band Yes.
“Prepared” guitar virtuoso explains the process behind a composition that is also a gift to her listeners.
The composer and trombonist has covered a lot of territory, from jazz to Balkan brass bands to arranging for Kronos quartet. His latest album enlists three guitars and one very esoteric concept.
Lead singers Martina DaSilva and Kate Davis immediately recall an era when intricate vocal harmonies were more common in jazz. Appropriately, they take on the music of classic Walt Disney films.