Glinka, Prokofiev, and Mendelssohn– Stockton University-PAC

Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Jed Gaylin at 1pm Folklore is the watchword for this colorful panoply of dance and melody. Young superstar violinist Luosha Fang (Curtis), joins us for Prokofiev’s treacherous Second Concerto ending in a diabolically warped witch’s dance. Just as fiery is the conclusion to Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony, featuring a scorpion-stung tarantella. Woven …

Glinka, Prokofiev, and Mendelssohn- Landis Theater

Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Jed Gaylin at 7pm. Folklore is the watchword for this colorful panoply of dance and melody. Young superstar violinist Luosha Fang (Curtis), joins us for Prokofiev’s treacherous Second Concerto ending in a diabolically warped witch’s dance. Just as fiery is the conclusion to Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony, featuring a scorpion-stung tarantella. Woven …

Schnittke & Brahms– Stockton University PAC

Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Jed Gaylin at 1pm Russian native Lydia Frumkin brings her tremendous pianism and deep commitment to this harrowing, shimmeringly lyrical work of beauty and dissidence. A similar mood ushers in Brahms stirring First Symphony, but yields to limitless exuberance. Schnittke—Piano Concerto    Lydia Frumkin, piano Brahms—Symphony No. 1 TICKETS

Schnittke & Brahms– Landis Theater

Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Jed Gaylin at 7pm. Russian native Lydia Frumkin brings her tremendous pianism and deep commitment to this harrowing, shimmeringly lyrical work of beauty and dissidence. A similar mood ushers in Brahms stirring First Symphony, but yields to limitless exuberance. Schnittke—Piano Concerto Lydia Frumkin, piano Brahms—Symphony No. 1

Copland and Vivaldi– Stockton University PAC

Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Jed Gaylin at 1pm. Can you blame us for pushing the season? Actually, all four of them! We look ahead to springtime with Copland’s most famous masterwork written for Martha Graham. Then, co-concertmaster Jorge Ávila is featured in Vivaldi’s scintillating romp through the calendar. Let’s go! Copland—Appalachian Spring Vivaldi—Four Seasons   …

Copland and Vivaldi– Landis Theater

Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Jed Gaylin at 7pm. Can you blame us for pushing the season? Actually, all four of them! We look ahead to springtime with Copland’s most famous masterwork written for Martha Graham. Then, co-concertmaster Jorge Ávila is featured in Vivaldi’s scintillating romp through the calendar. Let’s go! Copland—Appalachian Spring Vivaldi—Four Seasons   …

Holiday Cheer– Stockton University- SOLD OUT

SPECIAL OFFER: Landis Theater-Buy One Get One Like mistletoe or latkes, a Bach Brandenburg concerto goes with the holidays. This year we present the Fourth Brandenburg Concerto with three soloists in one of the richest Baroque works ever written. But we are also not afraid to let down our hair and celebrate by spinning the …

Holiday Cheer– Landis Theater

ORDER TICKETS SPECIAL OFFER: Buy One get One FREE   Note: Start time is 7:00 pm* Like mistletoe or latkes, a Bach Brandenburg concerto goes with the holidays. This year we present the Fourth Brandenburg Concerto with three soloists in one of the richest Baroque works ever written. But we are also not afraid to let …

Tchaikovsky & Mozart– Stockton University PAC

Clockwise: Natalie Conte, soprano; Jessica Renfro, mezzo; Gran Wilson, tenor; and Robert Cantrell, bass-baritone Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Jed Gaylin at 1pm. When we think of Mozart, we likely imagine clarity, brilliance, and verve, among other qualities. And for Tchaikovsky, dark colors and moods and extreme pathos—surprise! This concert turns those expectations inside out. Tchaikovsky’s …

Tchaikovsky & Mozart– Landis Theater

Clockwise: Natalie Conte, soprano; Jessica Renfro, mezzo; Gran Wilson, tenor; and Robert Cantrell, bass-baritone Pre-Concert Conversation with Music Director Jed Gaylin at 1pm. When we think of Mozart, we likely imagine clarity, brilliance, and verve, among other qualities. And for Tchaikovsky, dark colors and moods and extreme pathos—surprise! This concert turns those expectations inside out. Tchaikovsky’s …