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Music Notebook: Wynton Marsalis has two San Diego concerts this week, a year after COVID-fueled postponements

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Wynton Marsalis & The Jazz at Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Septet

Trumpet great Wynton Marsalis and the members of his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra may pinch themselves when they perform Saturday at the Balboa Theatre and Monday at the Baker-Baum Concert Hall.

Those dates were originally set for last Jan. 23 and 24, then postponed and reconfigured as drive-in concerts at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, then canceled because of “the unrelenting nature” of the coronavirus pandemic.

While COVID-19 is, alas, again surging, on Sunday Marsalis began his 2021 tour — a year late — in Kansas. His two concerts here, both presented by La Jolla Music Society, should differ greatly.

On Saturday, the Pulitzer Prize-winner and his 14-piece big band will play jazz classics in the 1,339-seat Balboa Theatre. Their sold-out Monday concert at the 513-seat Baker-Baum will feature him with a six-piece group that will stretch out in ways his larger ensemble cannot.

8 p.m. Saturday, Balboa Theatre, 868 Fourth Ave., downtown. $60-$85. 8 p.m. Monday, Baker-Baum Concert Hall, 7600 Fay Ave., La Jolla. Sold out, but there is a waiting list. (858) 459-3728. ljms.org/events/

Jake Allen, featuring Alex DePue and Miguel De Hoyos

Not to be confused with the London-based music producer of the same name, Michigan fingerstyle acoustic guitar specialist and singer Jake Allen cites Michael Hedges and Pat Metheny as key influences.

Also adept on drums and the stringed harp, Allen has made four solo albums since 2009. For his three concerts in Baja this weekend, he’ll team with San Diego violin virtuoso Alex DePue and Mexican guitar stalwart Miguel De Hoyos.

Allen and Depue will perform as a duo for their free Wednesday San Diego concert. Expect an ample amount of high-octane musical treats of the six-string and four-string variety.

6 tonight . La Marina De Baja Cove, Ensenada. $25. (646) 154-2875; bajacovebeach.net/la-marina

4 p.m. Saturday. Poco Cielo Hotel Restaurant, La Misión, KM 59, 22711 La Fonda. $25. (646) 155 0606; pococielo.com.

2 p.m. Sunday. Quinta Los Delfines Centro Cultural, KM 56.5 Rosarito Beach. $49:99 (includes lunch). (661) 107-6989.

6 p.m. Wednesday. San Diego Mission Bay Boat & Ski Club, 2606 North Mission Bay Drive, Mission Bay. Free. (858) 270-0841; sdmbbsc.org.

Joan Osborne, with The Weepies

It’s been 27 years since Joan Osborne had her breakthrough hit with “One of Us” and two years since she last toured before the COVID-19 shutdown of live events began in March 2020.

Her upcoming new album, “Radio Waves,” features live recordings she made at various FM stations between 1995 and 2002. It includes her version of Gary Wright’s “Love is Alive,” which Osborne recorded at a session for San Diego’s KPRI in 2000.

Expect to hear it and other Osborne favorites when the soulful singer performs here Monday.

8 p.m. Monday. Belly Up, 143 South Cedros Ave., Solana Beach. $35-$38 (must be 21 or older to attend). (858) 481-8140; bellyup.com.