The NJSO acknowledges and celebrates musicians who have been members of the Orchestra for 25 years or more through the Terhune Award.
Nowadays it is effortless to absorb music from many different internet outlets. Discovering new works has never been easier, so why not take the time…
This is a big year for Beethoven!
Whenever you hear a Bruckner symphony, think of it as a discovery—a missing piece that explains a gap in the puzzle of this larger-than-life genre.…
The NJSO’s Star Wars saga continues as the final installment of the original trilogy comes to the symphony!
For the first time, the NJSO performs a condensed orchestral version of Wagner’s larger-than-life opus.
An all-Mozart concert is special in many ways—multiple genres on display and no shortage of frolicking spirit.
Mozart mastered most of the mature musical forms before his own maturity.
Shakespeare’s masterpiece Romeo and Juliet has drawn some of the greatest music from composers’ minds.
Every year at this time you hear about Handel’s Messiah, but how much do you actually know about this masterpiece?
Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto has a powerful effect on both audiences and performers alike.
As instrumentation and style in orchestral music grew exponentially over the course of the 19th century, dance music remained a favorite classic element…