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It might have been the most legendary long-lost composition in modern jazz. “Universe,” an orchestral work, written by sax legend Wayne Shorter during his tenure with Miles Davis. Thanks to a “gift” from its writer after it was discovered buried in a Library of Congress collection, “Universe” now is in the hands of another trumpet player with big vision --Wallace Roney.
On July 4th, Wallace Roney brings his orchestra to OSPAC to perform "Universe"
“We all love Wayne; he’s one of the greats, and he’s like my best friend,” Roney said. “He contacted me, said he had this music and said, ‘No one else can do this but you.’ ”