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Jazz at Lincoln Center New York

The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC, United States

“The bebop master is a true alto saxophonist. He plays the instrument with fire, passion, and precision. He can pull your heartstrings with one note, and dazzle you with virtuosity and imagination. There is only one Bird, one Stitt, one Cannonball—and one Charles McPherson.” – Sherman Irby Charles McPherson Quintet featuring Terell Stafford on trumpet. […]

Virtual Performance – Jazz at Lincoln Center New York, (live only)

The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC, United States

“The bebop master is a true alto saxophonist. He plays the instrument with fire, passion, and precision. He can pull your heartstrings with one note, and dazzle you with virtuosity and imagination. There is only one Bird, one Stitt, one Cannonball—and one Charles McPherson.” – Sherman Irby Charles McPherson Quintet featuring Terell Stafford on trumpet. […]

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Lincoln Center Special Panel: Charlie Parker’s Centennial “Bird & Beyond”

The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC, United States

Jazz Congress 2020 Charles has been asked to join a group of experts to present a special panel presentation to celebrate Charlie Parker's Centennial at Jazz Congress, 2020. "Bird & Beyond", a collaboration with J@LC & Jazz Times. Charlie Parker was one of the most innovative and influential fathers of the bebop era and one […]

McCoy Tyner and Charles McPherson at 80 at Lincoln Center

The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC, United States

Pianist McCoy Tyner and saxophonist Charles McPherson are both true living legends, each of them 80 years old, and they’re here to prove that jazz keeps you young.

Kennedy Center presents the 2016 recipients of the HFNHP Don Redman Jazz Heritage Awards

The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts 2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC, United States

As part of the Centennial Celebration of the National Park Service, Kennedy Center and Harpers Ferry National Historical Park (HFNHP) collaborate to present the 2016 recipients of the HFNHP Don Redman Jazz Heritage Awards—drummer Albert “Tootie” Heath and saxophonist Charles McPherson, joined by the Howard Burns Quartet. The late jazz trumpeter, musical arranger, and bandleader […]