• Giveaway: Jazz For Young People’s Family Concert: Who Is Count Basie?

    Enter for your change to win tickets to this musical masterpiece!

    By New York Family

    0001_countbasie_crop_726_409_242_242_242_90___8315Jazz lovers over every age are sure to be delighted by Jazz For Young People’s latest family concert, “Who Is Count Basie?” We want you and your family to experience the wonder of a Jazz For Young People show, so we are giving away a family 4-pack of tickets to a performance of  “Who Is Count Basie” on November 5  at Rose Theater at 1pm.

    During the Depression, piano player and bandleader William “Count” Basie lifted America’s spirits with his elegant and irresistible swing music. Establishing 4/4 swing as a primary jazz style, Count Basie led one of the greatest big bands of all time, featuring the hard-swinging All-American Rhythm Section, iconic soloists, and a communal feeling that kept the dance floor moving all night. In this hour-long narrated concert featuring the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, crowd participation, and engaging storytelling by Wynton Marsalis, families will learn about Basie’s exciting career and infectious music.

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    Deadline to enter is Wednesday, November 2.

    About Jazz For Young People: Jazz For Young People is dedicated to introducing your students to the infectious energy of swing. Their programs consist of narrated hour-long concerts (Concerts in Rose Theater), traveling professional jazz ensembles presenting interactive performances for New York City students (On-Tour Concerts in Schools) and interactive lessons. To learn more, visit academy.jazz.org/jfyp!

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