Chamber ensembles in the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra’s Greater Newark Youth Orchestra give two performances in Newark this month.
The NJSO hosts a champagne and dessert reception for LGBT community members and friends on April 5.
The NJSO hosts Spring into Music on April 20 at NJPAC in Newark. The event includes cocktails, dinner, a silent auction and concert.
The NJSO presents an all-Tchaikovsky program featuring Variations on a Rococo Theme, performed by NJSO Principal Cello Jonathan Spitz
The NJSO presents Strauss’ “Don Juan” and “Death and Transfiguration.” Susanna Mälkki conducts.
The NJSO hosts College Night on March 1 at NJPAC in Newark; $10 student tickets include an exclusive post-concert party.
The NJSO received a Getty grant from the League of American Orchestras to further develop the NJSO Autism Community Initiative.
The NJSO presents Mendelssohn’s “Italian” Symphony on a program that also features gems from the Italian opera repertoire.
The NJSO presents “Pictures at an Exhibition” on a program of Russian and French Romantic music; Concertmaster Eric Wyrick solos in two works.
Music that Moves. Music Director Jacques Lacombe leads the Orchestra and a roster of outstanding guest artists in a season of dynamic musical programs.…
The NJSO presents “Peter and the Wolf”—the second program of the 2012–13 Family concert series—on February 9. Bob McGrath of “Sesame Street”…
The NJSO presents the classic film “Casablanca” with live orchestral accompaniment in the Orchestra’s second NJSO POPS program of the season.