Column: Marsalis leads National Black Arts Festiva...
by Sally F. White
Neighbor Newspapers Columnist
09:13 PM, Thursday, July 17
The legendary Wynton Marsalis will bring his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra from New York to Atlanta for the spectacular “Modern Life, Modern Music” concert July 25 at Atlanta Symphony Hall in the Woodruff Arts Center on Peachtree Street in Midt...

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