Daniel Bernard Roumain violin, curator & co-host
Paquito D’Rivera clarinet, composer & co-host
New Jersey Symphony Chamber Players
Rhythm and harmony are on the menu for a program filled with jazz and jazz-inspired classical music expertly curated by New Jersey Symphony Resident Artistic Catalyst Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR), featuring a guest performance from clarinetist and co-host Paquito D’Rivera. The concert features the music of D’Rivera, Valerie Coleman and DBR’s own Hip-Hop Study & Etude in G Minor. Experience the New Jersey Symphony Chamber Players in the beautiful garden setting at The Newark Museum of Art.
Kathleen Nester flute
Boris Baev oboe
Andrew Lamy clarinet
Robert Wagner bassoon
Jonathan Clark french horn
Sue Panny french horn
Mike Baker trumpet
Wayne Dumaine trumpet
Charles Baker trombone
Derek Fenstermacher tuba
Mika Greene dancer
Sara Choquette dancer
Paquito D’Rivera & Andrew Lamy Improvisation on Thelonious Monk’s Blue Monk
Paquito D’Rivera Selections from Aires Tropicales
Valerie Coleman Red Clay & Mississippi Delta
Paquito D’Rivera Lecuonerías
Anthony DiLorenzo Tango No. 1
Paquito D’Rivera Selections from Four Pieces for Brass Quintet
Daniel Bernard Roumain Hip-Hop Study & Etude in G Minor
Enjoy complimentary small bites. Non-alcoholic drinks will be available for purchase.
This event takes place outdoors in The Newark Museum of Art’s Alice Ransom Dreyfuss Memorial Garden.
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 Alice Ransom Dreyfuss Memorial Garden gate, located next to the Museum parking lot. Doors open at 6 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.
- In case of inclement weather, the event will be rescheduled to August 9.
Parking is available next to the Museum for a $10 fee, with entrances located on Washington Street and Central Avenue.
Bank of America is proud to support the New Jersey Symphony Resident Artistic Catalyst.
DBR as Resident Artistic Catalyst is made possible in part by Judith Musser.
Programs and artists are subject to change.