Jul 19 , 2014

WORLD-PREMIERE SATURDAY

Four world premieres in one night!

The NJSO gives the world premieres of works by the composers of the NJSO Edward T. Cone Composition Institute, a multi-faceted program that promotes new music and emerging composers. Four exciting composers offer dynamic new works; fresh from an intensive experience evolving their compositions through working sessions with the professional musicians of the NJSO, these composers realize the possibilities of a living art form. Each composer will briefly describe their piece in a concert that will illuminate their creative thought process. To learn more about the composers, click here.

JACQUES LACOMBE conductor
STEVEN MACKEY institute director
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

DANIEL J. CHOI Scaena Ager
DAVID BIEDENBENDER Strange, Beautiful Noises
LEMBIT BEECHER Kalevipoeg in California
CHRIS ROGERSON Night and the City

Upcoming Performances

All tickets $15 (general admission). Purchase at the Box Office starting two hours before the performance.

This program will be performed without an intermission.

Special post-concert reception!
Chat with the musicians and congratulate the composers on their world-premiere works immediately following the concert. The reception is held next door to Richardson Auditorium at the Nassau Presbyterian Church and is free to all ticketholders.

World-Premiere Weekend Special Offer
Hear five world premieres in just two days! Get both this concert and the World-Premiere Cone Symphony concert on Fri, July 18, for just $25! For more information on the World-Premiere Cone Symphony concert, click here. To purchase both concerts for just $25, click here or call 1.800.ALLEGRO (255.3476).

Ice Cream Cone Institute
Before or after the concerts, join the Ice Cream Cone Institute at the The Bent Spoon ice cream shop in downtown Princeton, where you can savor a flavor of ice cream made exclusively for this weekend! More information.

Click here for more information on the composers, their bios and insight on their pieces.

Click here for more information on the Edward T. Cone Composition Institute.