Jazz at Lincoln Center

Broadway at 60th St, New York City

4.5
Jazz at Lincoln Center is part of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. The organization was founded in 1987 and opened in October 2004. Wynton Marsalis is the artistic director and the leader of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. The Center hosts performances by the Orchestra and by visiting musicians. Many concerts are streamed live on the Center's YouTube channel. The Center also presents educational programs in its home buildings, online, and in schools throughout the country.
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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    00:00 - 01:00, 18:00 - 02:00

  • Tue

    00:00 - 02:00, 18:00 - 02:00

  • Wed

    00:00 - 02:00, 18:00 - 02:00

  • Thu

    00:00 - 02:00, 18:00 - 02:00

  • Fri

    00:00 - 02:00, 18:00 - 02:00

  • Sun

    00:00 - 01:00, 18:00 - 01:00

  • Sat

    00:00 - 02:00, 18:00 - 01:00

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Reviews

  • Sarang Kunte

    5
    - 23 May 2018 -

    Had a great experience. It was my first time for a jazz show. Really enjoyed it.

  • Carla Rupp

    5
    - 10 May 2018 -

    Always a great place for jazz music! Love it. Very beautiful. Classy and stylish.

  • Keith Stone

    5
    - 09 May 2018 -

    I've seen four shows over the last year-plus, three at Dizzy's and one at the Rose Theater. The shows are expensive, but they were top-notch. Awesome performances, especially the headliners. I'll go to Lincoln Center every time I go to NYC for a jazz junket.

  • Jayeeta Mukherjee

    5
    - 08 May 2018 -

    It's beyond awesome! The ambiance, the ushers, the seating arrangements, the lighting, the sound .... Everything was perfect! Had a once in a lifetime experience! Totally mesmerized!

  • Jay TMG

    5
    - 28 March 2018 -

    I was stunned by this theater. I actually didn't even know it existed. Our experience at the "Jazz Room" Lincoln Center (in the Time Warner AOL building on Cols Circle) has been limited to the smaller, stadium style room with a wall of glass behind the stage that overlooks Central Park. This, the main auditorium, is not to be missed! With it's collonnde on each level, it reminds me of an old European opera house. But that's where the similarity ends. It is otherwise most contemporary with comfortable seating, plenty of room, wood floors . . . it's truly a beautiful combination of old and new. And the sound!! Crystal clear and true. You almost feel like you're hearing it in a studio. We saw Rosanne Cash there last night as part of the American Songbook series. It was a perfect room for her great show.

  • Alex Rosen

    5
    - 16 January 2018 -

    Wonderful venue with great shows coming through all the time!

  • Bob Steig

    5
    - 02 December 2017 -

    Always a civilized experience at this venue. First rate! Tonight's show with Steve Miller and Charlie Musselwhite was a well crafted, if not always perfectly executed, journey into Delta, Texas, Chicago blues styles. Glad to have been here to hear it. Backing musicians were noteworthy

  • Shelly Deen

    5
    - 24 November 2017 -

    Exquisite, intimate, family friendly tribute to "Benny Goodman" . Family-Linc program provides exceptional experiences to families who may never consider or even afford this wonderful treat!

  • Jorge Roig

    5
    - 08 November 2017 -

    I attended a concert last Saturday in the Appel Room. The venue is nothing short of spectacular. The back of the stage in none other than a 50 or 60 foot wall of glass that looks directly at the statue of Columbus and Central Park South. It is beautiful and it is the perfect visual counterpart to an evening of jazz, with all the cacophony and syncopation of the sights (not a single sound from the street can be heard, of course) of the most lively of urban landscapes.

  • m cantos

    5
    - 14 October 2017 -

    What an amazing place. Great staff, beautiful rooms,

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