Members of the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra being photographed for Vogue, 1992, prior to the orchestra’s first national tour. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
Signing of agreement establishing Jazz at Lincoln Center as a constituent organization of Lincoln Center, July 1, 1996. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
The architect Rafael Viñoly presenting a sketch of the proposed Frederick P. Rose Hall, c. 1998. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
Frederick P. Rose Hall opening day celebration festivities on Josie Robertson Plaza, Lincoln Center, October 18, 2004. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony at opening of Frederick P. Rose Hall, October 18, 2004. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
Left to right: Wynton Marsalis, Ali Jackson, and Willie Nelson, performing at “Two Men with the Blues,” Rose Theater, February 9, 2009. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and New York City Ballet performing Jazz: Six Syncopated Movements, New York State Theater (now David H. Koch Theater), 1993. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
Charles McPherson and a member of the New York City Ballet performing in Welcome, with choreography by Peter Martins and music by Wynton Marsalis, as part of “Jazz in Motion,” 2004. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
JLCO members march in the second line parade at Congo Square on April 23, 2006 in New Orleans, LA.
Wynton Marsalis with members of high school jazz bands in a celebration of the centennial of Duke Ellington’s birth, Josie Robertson Plaza, Lincoln Center, April 29, 1999. Photograph by Frank Stewart.
Jimmy Heath with students from Manhattan Public School 191 at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s “The ABC’s of Jazz” program, March 6, 1992. Photograph by Stephanie Berger. Courtesy of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Archives.
Photographs of notable moments from JALC’s first 25 years.
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