Tuesday, May 19, 2020

NJSO at Home with Beethoven & Berlioz

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra

Jeremy Denk Plays ‘Emperor’

As the world celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday, relive the composer’s “Emperor” Concerto, performed by master pianist Jeremy Denk, as well as the Overture to The Creatures of Prometheus, led by Xian Zhang. This 2017 opening-weekend NJSO program also features Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique.


Pascal Archer & Andrew Lamy Perform Crusell

NJSO Acting Principal Clarinet Pascal Archer and clarinetist Andrew Lamy perform the Rondo from Crusell’s Progressive Clarinet Duets No. 1.


NJSO Youth Orchestras Spotlight | Virtual Learning

In a time of physical distancing, the NJSO Youth Orchestras are continuing to make music through virtual rehearsals. M&T Bank presents the NJSO Youth Orchestras Spotlight.


Support the NJSO Youth Orchestras

“My experience in the NJSO Academy Orchestra has been integral to my growth as an orchestral trombonist. The involvement I’ve had with this ensemble shaped me into a much more profound musician, and I am now continuing my education at a music conservatory. The future for professional orchestras depends on youth ensembles like the NJSO Youth Orchestras in order for the orchestral music tradition to thrive!” – NJSO Academy Orchestra trombonist Edward Mistretta, Mannes School of Music ’24

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