- The Washington Times - Monday, March 12, 2007

It’s a wonder trumpeter Wynton Marsalis finds time to tour between composing and recording jazz and classical albums, serving as artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, contributing to TV and film projects and collecting prestigious awards — including the first-ever Pulitzer Prize for jazz music in 1997. Somehow, though, he squeezes in more than a few live dates worldwide and tonight takes the stage (with his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra) at the Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall. As of last week the show was sold out, but additional tickets may be made available at the last-minute. Call 202/785-WPAS(9727) or visit the Washington Performing Arts Society’s Web site, www.wpas.org.

Jenny Mayo


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