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April 6, 2011
Pink Martini & Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra shows added at Mondavi

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The Mondavi Center is adding the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, with Wynton Marsalis, and Pink Martini (pictured, right) to its summer line up, the center announced today.

The performances are presented as "Just Added" events, and will begin at 8 p.m. in the Mondavi Center's Jackson Hall on the UC Davis campus.

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra will perform on June 18, and Pink Martini will perform on July 5. Tickets will be available starting April 18.

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra is comprised of 15 noted jazz soloists and ensemble players, and has been the Jazz at Lincoln Center resident orchestra since 1988. Marsalis is the artistic director and bandleader.

The genre-bending Pink Martini hails from Portland, Ore. The 12 musicians of Pink Martini meld jazz, classical, old fashioned pop and the romantic Hollywood musicals of the 1940s and 50s and do so with a global perspective.


Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
WHEN: 8 p.m., June 18
WHERE: Jackson Hall, Mondavi Center, UC Davis
COST: $35-$68

Pink Martini
WHEN: 8 p.m., July 5
WHERE: Jackson Hall, Mondavi Center, UC Davis
COST: $35-$75

INFORMATION: (530) 754-2787; www.MondaviArts.org

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