Saturday, February 13, 2021

Happy Valentine's Day with Songs of Love


Celebrate Valentine's Day with The Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey!

Sunday, February 14, 2021, at 7:30 PM (EST)

 A special virtual concert of favorite selections from our past concerts featuring music by Puccini, Mozart, Offenbach, Mascagni, Wagner, Leoncavallo, and Maestro Butts.

 The concert is free—join us for this special event and let's celebrate the music of love together.

 Click here for this Premiere Concert

In case you missed this special episode or wish to watch again,

it is now available online

Bach, Bagels, and Bob - Legends

 Don't miss legendary artists

of The New York Classical Music Society

as they join Maestro Robert W. Butts

 Special Guests Lynn Czae, Robert Watt, & Shenghua Simon Hu

Lynn Czae, piano, is founder and President of The New York Classical Music Society. Lynn has performed with orchestra and in chamber music concerts throughout The United States, Europe, and Asia. With Maestro Butts, she has played concertos of Mozart and Beethoven. She organized the orchestra's unforgettable concert at the DiMenna Center in New York City featuring international artists.

Robert Lee Watt, French horn, is a legend in the orchestra world. He was the first African American French Hornist hired by a major symphony in the United States when he was offered a position with The Los Angeles Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta. Robert has appeared in three concerts with Maestro Butts, performing with his colleagues in works requiring 3 or 4 solo French horns - works by Georg Phillip Telemann, Franz Joseph Haydn, and Heinrich Hübler.

Shenghua Simon Hu, violin, is a young star already developing a world reputation. Following his performance of Mozart's Concerto #5 with Maestro Butts at the DiMenna Center, Simon was hired as violinist in the famed Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.

Other NYCMS artists who have appeared with the orchestra include guitarist Stanley Alexandrowicz, pianist Adam Kent, sopranos Dominika Zamara, YuJung Bae, Seunghee Park-Cha, baritones Aiden Kim, Michael McAvoy, Robert Feng, and violinist SungSic Yang.

Join Maestro Butts as he welcomes Lynn Czae, Robert Lee Watt,

and Shenghua Simon Hu to our show to discuss their music and their careers.

Click Here to watch



2020 was a rough year for all of us! Thank you for sharing so much with us. We look forward to seeing you in 2021!

Thank you for sharing our collaborative performance with Keys 2 Success, working together to produce music even at the height of the pandemic.

Thank you for sharing our ten episodes of Bach, Bagels, and Bob on Saturday mornings where we could be together to meet our artists and each other while watching memorable videos from the BONJ archives.

Thank you for sharing our Virtual Summer Festival, recorded at the Madison Community Arts Center and broadcast over four consecutive Sunday evenings.

Thank you for sharing our December events—a virtual concert safely recorded live, a Beethoven Birthday Concert, our holiday episode of Bach, Bagels, and Bob, and an original holiday opera.We thank you greatly for your generous support which has helped the orchestra and our artists continue to perform and present music we all can enjoy. Every gift—no matter the amount—makes a real and deeply appreciated difference.

 Donations to BONJ are tax-deductible. In addition, the 2020 Cares Act has enacted new tax laws which enable you to receive increased tax benefits this year.

Please send a check to:

The Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey,

531 Herrick Drive, Dover, NJ 07801

or click here to donate online