Bass & Flute Extravaganza
New Jersey Symphony Chamber Series at The Newark Museum of Art
Concert Location Update:
Due to the possibility of rain, this concert will be moved indoors to The Newark Museum of Art’s Billy Johnson Auditorium. Although proof of vaccination, screening and masking are no longer required at this venue, masking is strongly encouraged. Doors will open to the public starting at 6:15 pm.
Ha Young Jung bass & curator
New Jersey Symphony Chamber Players
New Jersey Symphony Principal Bass Ha Young Jung has crafted a chamber music program starring the bass and flute! The concert features modern and contemporary sounds from composers Dorothy Rudd Moore, Morton Gould and Valerie Coleman, with classic favorites from Bach, Rossini and Schulhoff.
Join us at The Newark Museum of Art to enjoy the sounds of the New Jersey Symphony Chamber players in a perfect summertime setting.
Hector Falcon violin
Mee Young Paik violin
EIzbieta Weyman viola
Laura Andrade cello
Ha Young Jung bass
Kathleen Nester flute
Andrew Adelson oboe
Andrew Lamy clarinet
Dorothy Rudd Moore TRANSCENSION (“I have been to the mountaintop”)
Bach Selection from Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007
Gould Benny’s Gig
Rossini String Sonata No. 6 in D Major
Schulhoff Concertino for Flute, Viola and Double Bass
Valerie Coleman Maombi Asante
Enjoy complimentary small bites. Drinks will be available for purchase.
This event takes place in The Newark Museum of Art’s Billy Johnson Auditorium.
NMOA Summer Series is a partnership between The Newark Museum of Art & New Jersey Symphony.
- The Museum no longer requires proof of vaccination, negative COVID-19 tests, or temperature screenings.
- Enter event through the South Wing of the Museum. Doors open at 6:15 pm. Show your digital or printed ticket to our Visitor Experience Assistant.
- Accessible restrooms are available inside the Museum through the South Wing entrance.
- No refunds or exchanges unless the event is canceled or postponed.
Parking is available next to the Museum for a $10 fee, with entrances located on Washington Street and Central Avenue.
Programs and artists are subject to change.