Anthony LaGruth returns for his second season as Musical Director and Conductor of the celebrated Livingston Symphony Orchestra in their “Opening Concert. ” In keeping with his affinity for Russian works, strong ensemble playing and interesting musical stories, La Gruth has chosen Kabalevky’s exciting curtain raiser “Overture to Colas Breugnon”; Mozart’s stately “Haffner Symphony”; Mussogorsky’s diabolical “Night on Bald Mountain”; and Franck’s dramatic “Symphony in D Minor” for the 2016-2017 Livingston Symphony Orchestra season opener.
As always, quality professional level performance, local suburban ambience, free adjacent parking, and wheelchair and audio accessibility make for a most enjoyable of evenings. For tickets and more information, visit the orchestra’s web site or FACEBOOK or call(973)980-1809.
About the Livingston Symphony Orchestra:
With so many orchestras in the metropolitan area, why venture to Livingston NJ on a Saturday night? For over fifty years, the Livingston Symphony Orchestra has represented the best that regional orchestras have to offer. The talented, committed musicians of this orchestra gather weekly for the joy of making music. From all walks of life, different ages and professions, from neighboring towns and communities, they are inspired by their conductor as well as each other, to create something greater than themselves and to share this with their community. With the addition of a fifth concert this season, the conductor is building upon the cohesion of this professional level group and providing further opportunity for audience enjoyment and education. The passion is palpable, the location suburban, parking adjacent and free. Wheel chair accessibility and for the first time on October 22, audio enhancement, is also available.