Freedom, Justice, and Hope with Bryan Stevenson
Celebrate Black History • 1h 5m
In creative collaboration with social justice activist and Equal Justice Initiative founder Bryan Stevenson, Jazz at Lincoln Center presents Freedom, Justice, and Hope with Bryan Stevenson, a multi-disciplinary concert event performed by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. In a series of moving and insightful monologues, Stevenson charts the course of the Black American experience and even joins the orchestra on piano. Featuring new works from emerging composers Endea Owens and Josh Evans.
Featuring Bryan Stevenson - words, piano
Sherman Irby - alto saxophone
Ted Nash - alto saxophone
Victor Goines - tenor saxophone
Walter Blanding - tenor saxophone
Paul Nedzela - baritone saxophone
Dan Nimmer - piano
Carlos Henriquez - bass
Obed Calvaire - drums
Josh Evans - trumpet
Endea Ownes - bass
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