Music from some of the best kept secrets in big band jazz including Les Brown, Jimmie Lunceford, Claude Thornhill, and Oliver Nelson will be featured alongside the world premiere of a First Music Commission titled "The Mutineers" by Dustin Case Dickey.
Matt Holman, director
Brian Lynch, trumpet
7:30 & 9:30pm
Reservations for this concert are managed by Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola and can be made at through the Jazz at Lincoln Center Website or phone at 212-258-9595. Click here to make an online reservation.
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola's Seating Policy
Seating begins at 6:00pm for the 7:30pm set. Seating for the 9:30 set begins at approximately 9:00pm. Your reservation will be held until 7:15 for the first set, 9:15 for the second set. Reservations for guests arriving after these times will not be guaranteed. You will be seated upon availability.
Should you be unable to attend the performance you selected, or if the number of people in your party changes, please notify Dizzy's at least 24 hours prior to the start of the set.
A vital force and emergent legend within both the hardcore straight ahead and Latin Jazz communities, Grammy© Award Winner Brian Lynch is as comfortable negotiating the complexities of clave with Afro-Caribbean pioneer Eddie Palmieri as he is swinging through advanced harmony with bebop maestro Phil Woods. A honored graduate of two of the jazz world’s most distinguished academies, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers and the Horace Silver Quintet, he has been a valued collaborator with jazz artists such as Benny Golson, Toshiko Akiyoshi, and Charles McPherson; Latin music icons as diverse as Hector LaVoe and Lila Downs; and pop luminaries such as Prince. As a bandleader and recording artist he has released 19 critically acclaimed CDs featuring his distinctive composing and arranging, and toured the world with various ensembles reflecting the wide sweep of his music. He currently is Professor of Jazz Trumpet at the Frost School Of Music, University of Miami as well as conducting clinics and workshops at prestigious institutions of learning the world over.
His talents have been recognized by top placing in the Downbeat Critics and Readers Polls (#3 Trumpet 2011 Critics Poll); highly rated reviews for his work in Downbeat, Jazziz and Jazz Times; 2005 and 2007 Grammy award nominations, and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Chamber Music America, and Meet The Composer. Brian’s most recent CD releases as a leader include the Downbeat 5 star rated Unsung Heroes project (Hollistic MusicWorks), ConClave Vol. 2 with his Spheres Of Influence group (CrissCross) the Grammy Award winning Simpático featuring Eddie Palmieri (ArtistShare), and Bolero Nights For Billie Holiday (Venus).