This month, Jazz at Lincoln Center and Managing and Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis will launch Journey Through Jazz: Fundamentals, a new concert event created and hosted by Marsalis. An interactive, educational, and family-friendly experience, Marsalis will guide audiences through the evolution of jazz and the blues in America with his own wisdom and humor, paired with music from the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO) in a rare performance in the intimate Appel Room.
Throughout the series, Marsalis and the JLCO will address the fundamentals of jazz, folk, blues, and swing. The concerts on March 18 and 19, 2022, will delve into the JLCO’s repertoire with American folk and blues selections from legends Duke Ellington, Dave Brubeck, Leonard Bernstein, Wayne Shorter, and Jelly Roll Morton. Future Journey Through Jazz performances will be announced at a later date.
The Appel Room in Frederick P. Rose Hall is located on Broadway at 60th Street in New York, New York (just 20 to 30 minutes south of Harlem).
Tickets for the Journey Through Jazz in-person and live stream concerts are available for purchase via jazz.org/jtj.
Grand Seiko is the official timekeeper of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s 2021-22 season.
Jazz at Lincoln Center’s 34th season runs from November 18, 2021, to June 11, 2022.
In addition, to live concerts throughout Frederick P. Rose Hall, the organization offers webcast performances, in-person and virtual education programs, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis tour dates worldwide, and the release of the new Blue Engine Records titles.
Concerts during this monumental season re-affirm the art of swing, the engine of musical freedom in jazz. Season concerts honor some of the luminaries of jazz composition rooted in swing-Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Dave Brubeck, Wayne Shorter, and Jelly Roll Morton-while debuting new works by Cécile McLorin Salvant and Wynton Marsalis.
The complete 2021-22 season is available online: 2022.jazz.org/21-22-season.
Health and Safety Guidelines
We believe in the power of music to uplift, inspire, and create a sense of community. We very much look forward to welcoming you back to the House of Swing at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall this season and are committed to employing all measures to ensure your safety as well as the safety of our artists and staff.
Learn more about our health and safety guidelines, COVID-19 Liability Waiver, and enhanced refund policy on jazz.org.
Jazz at Lincoln Center requires proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a prerequisite to entering, visiting, and working in its facilities.
All guests entering Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) venues must present proof of a COVID-19 vaccination authorized by the United States Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) and/or World Health Organization (“WHO”) for emergency use, with the final dose of their vaccine administered at least 14 days before entry.
Jazz at Lincoln Center has partnered with Health Pass by CLEAR, which provides secure, digital proof of COVID-related health insights via a free mobile app.
Guests can use the CLEAR health pass to confirm identity and vaccination status by downloading the CLEAR app (for more details, visit: https://www.clearme.com/healthpass). For the most efficient entry possible, we encourage attendees to enroll with CLEAR at least 24 hours before the event.
In addition to Health Pass, JALC will also accept physical vaccination cards or NY State’s Excelsior Pass (for more details, visit: https://epass.ny.gov), both requiring an accompanying photo ID.
Vaccines are now available for children ages 5–11, and fully vaccinated children are welcome at FPRH, two weeks after they have received their final dose.
Proof of vaccination is required but a Photo ID for children under 12 will not be required as long as they are accompanied by a parent/guardian with a valid photo ID.
Jazz at Lincoln Center will consider, on an individual basis, requests for reasonable accommodation to the vaccination requirement for individuals with a qualifying medical condition that prevents them from receiving the vaccination, or who objects to being vaccinated on the basis of sincerely held religious beliefs and practices.
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Ticket prices for The Appel Room are $65 and up, dependent on the seating section for the 7:00 p.m. sets, and $45 and up, depending on the seating section for the 9:30 p.m. sets.
*Please note that a $3.50 Jazz at Lincoln Center Facility Fee applies to ALL ticket purchases. A $7 handling fee also applies when purchasing tickets from CenterCharge or when purchasing tickets online via jazz.org.
All single tickets for The Appel Room and Rose Theater can be purchased through jazz.org 24 hours a day or through CenterCharge at 212-721-6500, open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tickets can also be purchased at the Jazz at Lincoln Center Box Office, located on Broadway at 60th Street, ground floor.
Box Office hours:
Monday-Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Center Charge hours:
Monday-Saturday: 10:00 am – 8:00 p.m.
Sunday: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Journey Through Jazz will stream live on March 18, 2022, at 7:00 p.m. ET and will be available on-demand until March 24, 2022, at midnight PST.
Livestream tickets are available for purchase here.
- Virtual ticket: $25.00
- Subscriber Price: $20.00
- Member Price: $0 – $20.00
To learn more about becoming a member, visit jazz.org/membership.
On the day of the concert premiere, ticket holders will have access to the broadcast through a private password-protected webpage link shared via email.
Each ticket purchase helps support Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Additional information may be found at jazz.org.
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