<small><b><font color="20B2AA"> December 8 and December 9, 2018</b></font></small><br>Happy Holidays!
2:00 PM14:00

December 8 and December 9, 2018
Happy Holidays!

  • Pachelbel—Canon in D
  • Bach—Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
  • Corelli—Christmas Concerto
  • Russell Steinberg—Light’s On!
  • A Hanukkah Medley
  • Bach/Gounod—Ave Maria
  • Adam—O Holy Night
  • Harris—A Medley of Christmas Carols

Not one, but two carol sing-alongs conclude our concerts—a great holiday tradition. One is with orchestra and the other gathered ‘round the piano led by our maestro. And Baroque music ts the holidays like Stilton and Port. Let’s trim the tree and spin the dreidel together.

*Performance will be held at Stockton University's Campus Center Theater.

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<small><b><font color="20B2AA"> January 19 and January 20, 2019</b></font></small><br>Mozart, Finzi and Verdi featuring pianist Juho Pohjonen performing Mozart's Concerto No.23
2:00 PM14:00

January 19 and January 20, 2019
Mozart, Finzi and Verdi featuring pianist Juho Pohjonen performing Mozart's Concerto No.23

  • Mozart—Adagio and Fugue
  • Mozart—Concerto, Piano, No.23, K.488, Juho Pohjonen, piano
  • Finzi—Romance
  • Verdi—Symphony for Strings

Mozart + Verdi = opera, and surely this concert is brimming with drama and lyricism—wait till you hear the Finzi!—yet without a single word sung. Juho Pohjonen brings a rare intensity and conviction to this spectacularly layered concerto.

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<small><b><font color="20B2AA">March 16 and March 17, 2019</font></small></b><br>​​​​​​​Brahms and Berlioz featuring Cecelia Hall, mezzo-soprano
2:00 PM14:00

March 16 and March 17, 2019
​​​​​​​Brahms and Berlioz featuring Cecelia Hall, mezzo-soprano

  • Berlioz— Les Nuits d’été (Summer Nights) Cecelia Hall, mezzo-soprano
  • Brahms—Symphony No. 4

Light and dark—chiaroscuro—transfigure this concert of ultimate contrast. In Berlioz’s perfumed song cycle, each poem comes to languorous life, soaring or melting by turns, especially with Cecelia Hall’s richly-hued voice and magnetic artistry. Brahms’ final symphony miraculously deepens with each tone and yet simultaneously somehow shimmers with almost piercing luminosity. The conclusion is one of the most shattering in all of music.

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<small><b><font color="20B2AA"> May 4 and May 5, 2019</b></font></small><br>Season Finale!
3:00 PM15:00

May 4 and May 5, 2019
Season Finale!

  • Amanda Harberg—World Premiere
  • Barber—Violin Concerto, Alexi Kenney, violin
  • Beethoven—Symphony No.6 (Pastorale)

Our finale revels in crisp powerful gesture, romping fun, and vivacious muscularity—oh, and also American lyricism without apology. Alexi Kenney is a poet of the violin and phenomenal virtuoso!

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<small><b><font color="20B2AA"> October 27 and October 28, 2018</b></font></small><br>Debussy, De Falla and Rachmaninoff's <i>Piano Concerto No. 2</i> with Tomer Gewirtzman, piano
2:00 PM14:00

October 27 and October 28, 2018
Debussy, De Falla and Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 with Tomer Gewirtzman, piano

  • Debussy—Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun
  • De Falla—Three-Cornered Hat: Suites 1 & 2
  • Rachmaninoff —Piano Concerto No. 2 Tomer Gewirtzman, piano

Beguiling, magical, and at times even infernal,

Our season opens with some of the most sensual music, filled with bold colors, spicy rhythms, and intoxicating harmonies. Israeli pianist Tomer Gewirtzman is a magician at the keyboard— come and be spell-bound!

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