- Fri, Apr 21 8:00 pm Richardson Auditorium in Princeton
- Sat, Apr 22 8:00 pm New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark
- Sun, Apr 23 3:00 pm State Theatre New Jersey in New Brunswick
Xian Zhang conductor
Meigui Zhang soprano
Jennifer Johnson Cano mezzo-soprano
Alicia Olatuja mezzo-soprano
Sean Panikkar tenor
Nathan Berg bass-baritone
Steven Mackey electric guitar
Princeton University Glee Club | Gabriel Crouch, director
New Jersey Symphony
Mozart Symphony No. 25
Xian Zhang explores one of Mozart’s most gripping and dramatic symphonies, often recognized by audiences as the opening music for the Academy Award-winning film Amadeus.
Steven Mackey RIOT (World Premiere, New Jersey Symphony Commission)
Fittingly, the New Jersey Symphony has tapped leading New Jersey composer and frequent Symphony collaborator Steven Mackey to celebrate the centennial with a new commission featuring original texts by former US Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith.
Mozart Overture to Don Giovanni
Mozart perfectly sets the scene to one of the most popular operas of all time with an overture highlighting all of the drama, deception and damnation that follows.
Bruckner Te Deum
The glorious Te Deum was a high point for composer Anton Bruckner, who called this joyful choral work “the pride of my life.”
Saturday, April 22, at 7 pm
Hear an inspiring performance by the New Jersey Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Curtland E. Fields Ensemble.
Groups of 10 or more save on tickets!
Groups of 10 or more save 20% on individual ticket prices for most concerts! Bring members of your special event, clients, students, clubs and senior community residents—what constitutes a group is up to you!
NJ.com + JerseysBest.com: Proud centennial season partner and media sponsor of New Jersey Symphony.
The world premiere of Steven Mackey’s RIOT is sponsored by Linda K. and William T. Walker.
The 2022–23 Princeton Series is dedicated to the life and legacy of Anna Drago.
Programs and artists are subject to change.