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April 12 — 8 p.m.
Dante Hall Theater of the Arts/Richard Stockton College
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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.
|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
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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
March 22, 23, 2014
This rich program features Samuel Barber’s masterpiece depicting American childhood, Knoxville: Summer of 1915, set on text by American novelist James Agee. Portraying the same era, Ravel’s most exquisite Tombeau de Couperin pays homage to friends lost in World War One. These two works act as the bookends of life. After intermission, romance is in the air with intoxicating love-songs by Richard Strauss and Schubert’s delicious Fifth Symphony.
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