Latest articles on Wynton Marsalis

Spirituality at the core of sax great’s sound

Oyama Mabandla explores the idea that artistic success has spiritual bliss at its centre.

Vuvuzela Blues: Wynton blows it, Simphiwe soars

At what point are promoters going to realize that fading international stars don't need to headline our festivals when we've got our own talent?

Bringing a legend to the locals

The Music Academy of Gauteng in Daveyton on the East Rand recently hosted a workshop with its students and Wynton Marsilis.

Wynton Marsalis strikes a mellow note

The legendary musician's modest comments are a far cry from his former firebrand notions of the definition of jazz.

Jazz is also about ‘jol’

The Joy of Jazz Festival has been relatively successful when it comes to numbers -- now it is working on the vibe.

Wynton brings Joy

The inclusion of Wynton Marsalis in this year's lineup is something of a coup for the Joy of Jazz organisers.

Sergei Nakariakov blows in

Miagi festival offers a classical treat, writes Dillon Davie

Chosen to stir debate

Jeremy Pelt is a jazz modernist keenly aware of what keeps jazz timeless, writes Fikile-Ntsikelelo Moya.

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