Ted Nash - Portrait in Seven Shades


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We are thrilled for Ted Nash and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra for presenting Jazz & Art II at the Rose Theater on February 4-6, featuring Nash's Portrait in Seven Shades.

The concept of fusing jazz & art is used as the basis for this multi- media experience. These iconic paintings are reinterpreted through seven new jazz compositions, creating a mlange of sights and sounds.

Ted Nash and the Jazz at Lincoln Center it's brand new release, which was greatly received, debuting at #12 on the Traditional Jazz Sales Chart!

Full Score and parts of “Portrait in Seven Shades" are also available for sale on Ted Nash's website.

Museum of Modern Art
We are grateful to the Museum of Modern Art for their incredible support and participation with Jazz at Lincoln Center's commissioned piece of “Portrait in Seven Shades"

JALC Tour of “Portrait in Seven Shades"

March 1 - The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC
March 4 - Paramount Theater, Austin, TX
March 5-7 - Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas, TX
March 9 - Baton Rouge River Center, Baton Rouge, LA
March 11 - Walton Arts Center Baum Walker Hall, Fayetteville, AR
March 12 - Germantown Performing Arts Center, Germantown, TN
March 13 - Sheldon Concert Hall, St. Louis, MO
March 14 - Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis, MN
March 17 - Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI
March 19 - Orchestra Hall, Chicago, IL
March 20 - University of Buffalo Center for the Arts, Buffalo, NY
March 21 - Scottish Rite Cathedral Performing Arts Center, Reading, PA
March 22 - Auditorium Theater, Rochester, NY
March 23 - Millet Hall, Oxford, OH
March 25 - Van Braun Center Concert Hall, Huntsville, AL
March 26 - Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville, TN
March 27 - Symphony Hall, Atlanta, GA
March 28 - Johnny Mercer Theater, Savannah, GA
March 29 - Lee Hall, Tallahassee, FL

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