Summer Outdoor Concerts
Join the New Jersey Symphony for free summer concerts and enjoy great summer classics at outdoor venues across the Garden State!
The New Jersey Symphony will be presenting a series of six summer outdoor performances across multiple outdoor venues in locations across New Jersey. We invite you to join us for free performances of some great music at Ocean County College in Toms River, Raritan Bay Waterfront Park in South Amboy, Branch Brook Park in Newark, Marine Park in Red Bank and Liberty State Park in Jersey City. Plus, tickets for our return to the annual Giralda Music & Arts Festival in Madison are on sale now.
The series features a medley of timeless classics the whole family will love, including selections from Jurassic Park and West Side Story, William Grant Still’s Festive Overture and so much more.
Clarinetist Timothy Lien, winner of the New Jersey Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Henry Lewis Concerto Competition, joins the Symphony in Madison, Newark, Red Bank and Jersey City for a solo performance of Ludwig Spohr’s Concerto in C Minor for Clarinet, Op. 26.
Come and join us as we celebrate the best of summer with great music and fun!
New for summer 2023, the New Jersey Symphony Chamber Players present a chamber music series at Hamilton Park. These free programs include a collaboration with Nimbus Dance, a celebration of the music of Bollywood, and an eclectic program curated by Resident Artistic Catalyst Daniel Bernard Roumain. Join us in Jersey City to see our all-new lineup of great performances!
July 13, 27 and August 10
The New Jersey Symphony’s appearance at the Giralda Music & Arts Festival is presented by Morris Arts.
The Ocean County College concert is sponsored by the Ocean County College Foundation.
The Raritan Bay concert is sponsored by Middlesex County and is presented in collaboration with the Arts Institute of Middlesex County.
The Branch Brook Park concert is sponsored by the County of Essex—part of the 2023 Essex County Free Summer Music Series—with additional support from Citizens Bank.
The Marine Park concert is presented by Red Bank RiverCenter.
The Liberty State Park concert is supported by Mayor Steven M. Fulop, the Jersey City Municipal Council, and the Office of Cultural Affairs. Supported with public funds from the Arts and Culture Trust Fund.