Open House Rehearsals
WHEN: Monday, September 17 – 4:30-9:30 PM and Monday, September 24 – 4:30-9:30 PM
- Prelude (Beginning) Ensemble from 4:30 - 5:30 pm
- Intermezzo (Intermediate) Orchestra from 5:45 - 7:00 pm
- Symphony Orchestra from 7:15 - 9:30 pm
WHERE: NJIO Music Center, 570 Central Ave, New Providence
Individuals interested in joining the orchestra, whether they are a beginner, lapsed, curious or a virtuoso, are welcome to attend and learn more—don’t forget your instrument!
New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra is a unique organization in which musicians of all ages and skill levels experience the joy of making music together. Professional musicians work alongside members as mentors and the result is artistic excellence with a strong educational component in a non-competitive, musically challenging atmosphere.
NJIO has three orchestras to accommodate a range of skill levels and members choose which to join:
- Prelude String Ensemble, a small group for beginning string players
- Intermezzo, A full symphonic orchestra for advanced beginner and intermediate players
- Symphony, a full symphonic orchestra for intermediate and advanced players who want to participate at a high level. No auditions needed!
Each orchestra rehearses weekly and performs in four annual concerts in public venues in NJ.
Visit our website at http://njio.org to learn more.
New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra, celebrating 25 years, has been recognized as a national leader in intergenerational excellence through its unique approach to teaching musical performance and as a model for intergenerational orchestras across the country. Not only do the intergenerational members play together, but they also mentor one another. In addition to providing free concerts and outreach to the community, NJIO has been invited to perform at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. and at the United Nations, and was a finalist for the Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence. NJIO welcomes new members of all ages and abilities each concert period to one of its several orchestras.
NJIO is committed to ensuring that all programs and concerts are accessible to everyone. For more information regarding the concert or to inquire about patron services, please contact Mary Beth Sweet at (908) 603-7691 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit NJIO’s website at http://njio.org