Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Septet with Wynton Marsalis

Shelburne Museum

Please note the Box Office window at the Flynn remains closed and there will be no in-person sales for this event.


We regret that due to weather we have canceled the Saturday, October 10 show. All tickets purchased for this show will be refunded automatically (ticket holders will be contacted directly); tickets need not be returned to the Flynn Box Office. All tickets will be refunded to the original method of purchase. We will be processing refunds beginning on Friday, October 16; please allow a week to ten days for the credit to post to your account. If you would like to donate the value of your tickets to the Flynn please contact the box office before Friday.

We apologize for the inconvenience. If you have any questions, feel free to inquire with the box office.

Thank you again for your support.


The Flynn and Shelburne Museum are pleased to present Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Septet with Wynton Marsalis at Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont.

With a Pulitzer, nine Grammys, and a National Medal of Arts to his name, Wynton Marsalis is unquestionably jazz’s preeminent ambassador. Marsalis’ role as managing and artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center and his first-rate work with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Septet cements his reputation. Featuring the best of the best, with each member a true leader on their instrument, the septet navigates demanding pieces with deceptive ease, leaving room for expressive, subtle detail and off-the-cuff discourse. The group’s repertoire includes originals from Marsalis and his bandmates—full of awe-inspiring solo and group workouts—as well as expertly selected standards from throughout jazz history, touching on everything from straight jazz to blues to bop to Dixieland and beyond. Wynton Marsalis has devoted his career to exalting the jazz pantheon; his septet is a clear extension of this charge, encapsulating the immensity of the art form and presenting it with world-class musicianship. For these concerts, the septet plays a program called The Sound of Democracy, which features  new works composed and arranged by Marsalis with a focused theme of freedom and democracy.

  • Social distancing and other safety measures will be enforced throughout the spectator area at these events.
  • Capacity will be limited to 150 people for each show.
  • Limit of four tickets per customer for Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Septet with Wynton Marsalis.
  • Patrons are asked to maintain proper distancing of at least six feet at all times. Masks are required for all attendees.
  • Shows are rain or shine. Please bring your own chairs, blankets, and umbrellas.
  • Coolers are permitted. Factory-sealed water bottles and empty reusable bottles are allowed. No glass, pets, or alcohol may be brought onto the museum grounds. 
  • All on-site transactions are cash-free; please bring your credit or debit card.
  • No reentry is allowed.

Note for Ticket holders

All guests at Shelburne Museum are required to complete a State of Vermont Certificate of Compliance prior to entry on museum grounds. To expedite the admissions process, we encourage you to print and complete the form, and bring it with you on the day of the show.

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