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What does JLCO stand for?

JLCO stands for Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra


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Byline: Peter Bacon Wynton Marsalis & Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Symphony Hall "Wynton Marsalis" might be the biggest words on the publicity material, but the man is not standing out in front of the band, directing and taking the bows.
He also performs as lead trumpeter for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra n New York.
With the world-renowned Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and a comprehensive array of guest artists, Jazz at Lincoln Center advances a unique vision for the continued development of the art of jazz by producing a year-round schedule of performance, education and broadcast events for audiences of all ages.
The star-studded program will feature excerpts of the Metropolitan Opera's new holiday family production of Mozart's The Magic Flute, as well as a festive set from members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and a selection from George Balenchine's The Nutcracker by the New York City Ballet and students from the American School of Ballet.
Worldwide Digital and National Physical Deal Will Bring Unreleased Music to Jazz Lovers around the World First Release on January 19 - Ted Nash's Portrait in Seven Shades Featuring the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis NEW YORK -- Today, The Orchard (NASDAQ: ORCD), a full service media company specializing in the distribution of music and video entertainment, announced that it has been selected by Jazz at Lincoln Center for marketing, national physical distribution, and worldwide digital distribution of both new and previously-captured recordings from the revered jazz institution.
Since age 16, Batiste has performed with some of New Orleans's most outstanding musicians, including Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, Irvin Mayfield, Nicholas Payton, Alvin Batiste, and Cyril Neville, as well as David "Fathead" Newman, Maraca, Louis Hayes, Goapele, and South Africa's musicians Ernie Smith, Prince Kupi, and Musa Manzani.