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Jason Moran + George E. Lewis -- In Conversation + In Performance

'Composer, performer, and music theorist George E. Lewis joins Kennedy Center Artistic Director for Jazz Jason Moran in a special performance celebrating the 35th anniversary of the MacArthur Fellows program. Lewis and Moran are both past MacArthur Fellows, named in 2002 and 2010, respectively. After the performance, Lewis and Moran will engage in public conversation about their concentrations.
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