New Jersey Symphony Summer Concert in Jersey City
New Jersey Symphony Free Summer Concert
Concert Location Update
Due to the potential for rain and thunderstorms, the venue for the New Jersey Symphony concert at Liberty State Park has moved indoors to the Margaret Williams Theater on the campus of New Jersey City University (NJCU), Hepburn Hall, 2039 Kennedy Blvd, Jersey City, NJ, 07305. Parking is available in the NJCU parking deck; enter by way of Culver Ave.
Lobby doors open at 6:30 pm. Hall doors open at 7 pm. Seating capacity is limited and is general admission on a first-come, first-served basis. No food or beverages other than bottled water will be permitted. Please do not bring chairs or blankets, seats will be available inside the hall.
Additional Venue Information: https://www.njcu.edu/community/center-arts
Campus Map: https://www.njcu.edu/student-life/getting-around-campus
Estimated Concert Duration: 1 hour
José Luis Domínguez conductor
Timothy Lien clarinet
New Jersey Symphony
Enjoy the sounds of your New Jersey Symphony this summer! The program features a medley of timeless classics including selections from Jurassic Park and Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever. An inspiring performance by Timothy Lien, winner of the New Jersey Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Henry Lewis Concerto Competition, rounds out this concert of favorites the whole family will love.
For the kids! Pre-show and intermission Instrument Petting Zoo
One hour before the concert (starting at 6:30 pm) and during intermission, stop by the Instrument Petting Zoo station, where children can discover and play a variety of musical instruments from violins to drums! New Jersey Symphony musicians will provide demonstrations and take photo selfies.
John Stafford Smith/Damrosch The Star Spangled Banner
Mikhail Glinka Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla
Ludwig Spohr Concerto in C Minor for Clarinet, Op. 26
José Pablo Moncayo Huapango
Florence Price Colonial Dance
John Williams Theme from Jurassic Park
Robert W. Lowden Armed Forces Salute
John Phillip Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever
This 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.
Programs and artists are subject to change.