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The Adult Education lectures by Paul M. Somers for April and May have had to be postponed, due to a health issue from which Mr. Somers is recuperating. The lectures will be rescheduled at a later date.

 

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April 12 — 8 p.m.

ALL-MOZART CONCERT
Sym­phony No. 29
Clar­inet Con­certo
Christo­pher Di Santo, clarinet

Dante Hall The­ater of the Arts/Richard Stock­ton Col­lege
14 N. Mis­sis­sippi Ave., Atlantic City, NJ

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Jed Gaylin, Music Director

Above all, one senses the absolute devo­tion with which the orches­tra fol­lows him”
—Basler Zeitung (Switzerland)

“…a con­duc­tor who knows exactly what he wants…”
—£ódz Phil­har­monic (Poland)

“Jed Gaylin’s con­duct­ing was con­sis­tently impres­sive, with a propul­sive sweep that allowed the lyri­cism to linger.”  —Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun

Gen­er­ous” is the word lis­ten­ers and per­form­ers use time and again to describe con­duc­tor Jed Gaylin’s approach to the orches­tra, the score, and the audi­ence. His unself­con­scious spirit and joy­ful aban­don paired with a prob­ing intel­lect result in cohe­sive, pow­er­ful pro­grams, com­pelling interpre-tations, and evenings that are fresh and exuberant.

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Every­thing You Always Wanted to Know About Music

Monthly Lec­tures by Paul Mack Somers Pre­sented free to the pub­lic by the Bay-Atlantic Sym­phony and the libraries at which the lec­tures are given.

Sched­ule is Revised and Updated

Click the “Read More” but­ton below to see the excit­ing fall lec­ture schedule.

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annoucements

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS
OF THE BAY-ATLANTIC SYMPHONY RAFFLE
Mary Lou Anti­nozzi, of Brig­an­tine, NJ | win­ner of an iPad
David Dragotta, of Vineland, NJ | win­ner of a mini-iPad
Anthony May, of South­ern Pines, NC | win­ner of an iPad nano
spotlight4Musi­cal Humor

May 3, 4, 2014

For spring­time, we bring you a delight­fully cheer­ful pro­gram of great humor. Saint-Säens’ 2nd piano con­certo couldn’t be more gre­gar­i­ous in its final two move­ments.  Beethoven’s First Sym­phony mag­i­cally com­bines humor and extra­or­di­nary pro­fun­dity. We couldn’t resist open­ing with Rossini’s ever-whimsical overture.

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THANKS TO:

Kligerman Foundation
Shultz Hill Foundation Woodruff Energy
Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa Metropolitan Business and Citizens Association