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Sing and Swing – A Jazz at Lincoln Center PRESENTS Production


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Sing and Swing – A Jazz at Lincoln Center PRESENTS Production

  • 2/15/2024
  • 7:30pm
  • Colonial Theater


For over three decades, Jazz at Lincoln Center has been a leading advocate for jazz, culture, and arts education globally. Under the direction of Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at Lincoln Center has brought the art form of jazz from the heart of New York City to over 446 cities in more than 40 countries.

The JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER PRESENTS touring initiative provides an affordable opportunity to present great jazz programming, featuring up-and-coming musicians who have been identified as rising stars by JALC. The initiative also allows for expansion of the mission of JALC "to entertain, enrich and expand a global community for jazz through performance, education, and advocacy."

After the success of JALC Presents Songs We Love tour, this new and highly anticipated touring project from Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents celebrates the Great American Songbook in all of its playful--and sophisticated glory-- brought to life by two of this generation's brightest stars.

Each armed with prodigious trumpet talent and vocal charm, Bria and Benny will re-live and re-imagine some of the classic partners in jazz and popular song, including Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland and Bing Crosby and Dean Martin and Peggy Lee. Featuring songs by Gershwin, Ellington, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and many more and joined by a who's who of New York all-stars, this is an "unforgettable" evening of singin' and swingin' with Bria and Benny.

Approximately 150,000 students participate in Jazz at Lincoln Center's education programs each year. Let Freedom Swing, from the renowned education department at JALC is being offered in conjunction with the tour.



SPONSORED BY: Virginia Willard - Willard Charitable Foundation, Park & Sharon Price, Lucy Bean, Carol Ormond, Carrie and Christian Shull.

EDUCATION SPONSORS: Tiny Jelly, Jim & Debbie Lively, Abigail Martin, Ralph & Annette Perez, Jerry & Ann Shively, Leslie Jones and Rick Dale.

*Ticket sales are final. IFAC members have exchange privileges. If unable to attend, you may donate tickets to the IFAC and receive a tax deduction for your donation.

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