#MemorialForUsAll

Memorial for Us All: Wynton Marsalis

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

In the midst of an unprecedented pandemic, many rituals we hold dear are no longer possible. As we find our footing in this new terrain, faith leaders have enlisted New York City artists and Lincoln Center to offer a weekly Memorial for Us All. Music unlocks thoughts, feelings, and memories that unite and free us. These memorials allow music to begin to heal us all, as it has in so many rituals since the beginning of time.

Each Sunday at 6:00 pm ET, we premiere a new community remembrance in the form of a short concert honoring and celebrating those who have left us too soon.

We began on Sunday, May 3. Wynton Marsalis led the inaugural Memorial for Us All in the New Orleans tradition. Click here to view more Memorial for Us All concerts.

Memorial for Us All is a secular community remembrance, welcoming all to celebrate the lives of those who have left us too soon. Community members are invited to submit the names of a neighbor, friend, or loved one to honor here.

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Performance Date

Sunday, May 3 at 6:00 pm

Memorial for Us All concerts are available on Lincoln Center’s YouTube channel, Facebook page, and on Lincoln Center at Home.

Organizational Partners:
The Interfaith Center of New York
New York Disaster Interfaith Services
Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn
The Center for Faith and Community Partnerships, NYC Office of the Mayor
The New York Board of Rabbis
Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Jazz at Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center at Home is made possible by The Audrey and Martin Gruss Discovery Fund. Additional support is provided by PGIM, the Global Investment Management Business of Prudential Financial, Inc., Rita E. and Gustave M. Hauser, Comcast NBCUniversal and Lincoln Center’s generous donors and supporters.

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