Saturday, Jun 12, 2021
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In the final Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis concert of the season, the JLCO will perform a big-band rendition of John Coltrane’s immortal A Love Supreme, followed by a number of Coltrane classics related to freedom.
With special guest saxophonist and vocalist Camille Thurman, the band will re-introduce listeners to one of the most powerful pieces of music ever created. Universally hailed as a masterpiece upon its release in 1965, A Love Supreme is a perfectly paced suite of music and a musical embodiment of Coltrane’s complex spirituality.
Beyond this most-famous example, Coltrane’s songbook is a rich and diverse body of work. The band will reinterpret a number of his timeless pieces, with an emphasis on the concept of “freedom,” for this rare all-Coltrane JLCO performance.
WHAT TO EXPECT
A rare all-Coltrane JLCO performance featuring one of the most powerful pieces of music ever created.
Timeless Coltrane classics related to the theme of freedom, reinterpreted by the JLCO.
Coltrane: A Love Supreme premieres on Jun 10 at 7:30PM • Available On-Demand Thru June 16
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