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.
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.
Second Mondays: Ocean County Library, 290 Mathistown Rd., Little Egg Harbor Twp., NJ 08087 (609) 294‑1197
Second Tuesdays: Ocean City Library, 1735 Simpson Avenue Ocean City, NJ 08226. (609) 399‑2434
Third Mondays: Vineland Public Library, 1058 East Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360. (856) 794‑4244
Third Thursdays: Margate Public Library, 8100 Atlantic Avenue, Margate City, NJ 08402. (609) 822‑4700
CAPE MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL — 2013
Folk and Fashion
Savor a concert abounding in contrasts of musical styles, but with each work being sensual, engaging, and very layered. Villa-Lobos is Brazil’s most famous composer and his music is full of the Brazilian folk idiom. This blended with the cosmopolitan international idiom of Vivaldi and Mozart to create a rich listening experience, especially with the guitar virtuosity of Max Zuckerman.
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