More Info for ‘Tonight’ from West Side Story
Mar 2, 2021 

‘Tonight’ from West Side Story

In collaboration with Paper Mill Playhouse

BELINDA ALLYN vocalist
MATT DOYLE vocalist
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CHAMBER PLAYERS

West Side Story’s “Tonight” is one of the theater’s most iconic love songs. Broadway veterans Belinda Allyn and Matt Doyle perform Maria and Tony’s duet with an NJSO string quartet in this collaboration between the NJSO and Paper Mill Playhouse.

Premieres Mar 2 at 7 pm and is available on demand after the premiere.
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More Info for From Pier C Park in Hoboken
Mar 31, 2021 

From Pier C Park in Hoboken

NJSO Everywhere

Free! Watch it on demand after the premiere.

BRYAN HERNANDEZ-LUCH violin
MING YANG violin
BRETT DEUBNER viola
LAURA ANDRADE cello

Trailblazing composer George Walker (the first Black composer to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music) lived in Montclair, NJ, for most of his life. We go to the waterfront of Hoboken’s Pier C Park for the movement from his String Quartet No. 1 had later life as his most performed work, Lyric for Strings.

This free event premieres Mar 31 at 7:30 pm and is available on demand after the premiere.
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More Info for ‘Being Alive’ from Company
Apr 13, 2021 

‘Being Alive’ from Company

In collaboration with Paper Mill Playhouse

TALLY SESSIONS vocalist
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA STRINGS

Tally Sessions performs “Being Alive,” the finale of Stephen Sondheim’s Company, with NJSO strings in the finale of the NJSO and Paper Mill Playhouse’s four-part series highlighting great songs from the theater.

Premieres Apr 13 at 7 pm and is available on demand after the premiere.
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More Info for From Van Vleck House & Gardens in Montclair
Apr 21, 2021 

From Van Vleck House & Gardens in Montclair

NJSO Everywhere

Free! Watch it on demand after the premiere.

ERIC WYRICK violin
DAVID BLINN viola
NA-YOUNG BAEK cello
ALEXANDER BICKARD bass
ANDREW LAMY clarinet
ROBERT WAGNER bassoon
LAWRENCE DIBELLO horn

The grounds of Van Vleck House & Gardens in Montclair provide a gorgeous backdrop for the first movement of Beethoven’s Septet.

Premieres Apr 21 at 7:30 pm and is available on demand after the premiere.
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