Costumer Emilio Sosa captured Flojo’s glamour with her six inch nails and colorful running clothes, and Al Crawford’s brilliantly abstract lighting and set evoked the actions in and around the track. Now for free ( Here…Now., is a ballet choreographed by Judith Jamison for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.Costumer Emilio Sosa captured Flojo’s glamour with her six inch nails and colorful running clothes, and Al Crawford’s brilliantly abstract lighting and set evoked the actions in and around the track.The Strawberry () Composed by Myra Melford Arranged by Ted Nash Soloists: Myra Melford – piano, Wynton Marsalis – trumpet 6.Hymn to Freedom () Composed by Oscar Peterson Soloists: Isaiah J. All of Me () Composed by Gerald Marks & Seymour Simons Arranged by Benny Carter Soloists: Dick Hyman – Piano, Chris Crenshaw – trombone 8.
Wynton Marsalis’ specially commissioned music is edgy and frenetic reflecting the pace of athletes in training and competition, themes also reflected in Judith Jamison’s choreography.
Lulu’s Back in Town () Composed by Al Dubin & Harry Warren Arranged by Vincent Gardner Soloists: Isaiah J. Four by Five () Composed by Mc Coy Tyner Arranged by Helen Sung Soloists: Victor Goines – tenor saxophone, Helen Sung – piano, Ali Jackson – drums 4.
Very Early () Composed by Bill Evans Arranged by Walter Blanding Soloists: Joey Alexander – piano, Walter Blanding – tenor saxophone 5.
Thompson, and the JLCO’s own Dan Nimmer grab hold of all 88 keys and reveal the full extent of the piano’s evolution over the 20th century.
Recorded on opening night of the 2016-17 Jazz at Lincoln Center season, Handful of Keys showcases a band in full stride, burning through electric arrangements of beloved compositions from James P. With guests ranging in age from 13-year-old prodigy Alexander (recently featured on 60 Minutes) to 89-year-old American treasure Hyman, Wynton Marsalis and the 1. Johnson Arranged by Dick Hyman Soloist: Dick Hyman – piano 2.