Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Tonight! Tally Sessions performs finale from Company

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Tonight!
‘Being Alive’ from Company
In collaboration with Paper Mill Playhouse 


Vocalist Tally Sessions performs the finale of Stephen Sondheim’s Company with the NJSO Chamber Players. Watch on YouTube

 

 

Community Day: Cherry Blossom Festival
In collaboration with The Newark Museum of Art

Enjoy this special spring-inspired recording of “Sakura, Sakura” (“Cherry blossom, Cherry blossom”) by the NJSO Chamber Players. More info

 

 

 

NJSO Everywhere: From the Van Vleck House & Gardens in Montclair

The grounds of Van Vleck House & Gardens provide a gorgeous backdrop for the first movement of Beethoven’s Septet.

Produced by DreamPlay Media. 

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EMERGE Part 1:
An NJSO Concert Film

The NJSO performs Nokuthula Ngwenyama’s Primal Message, Schumann’s Fourth Symphony and Bach’s Keyboard Concerto No. 5, featuring pianist Simone Dinnerstein. Xian Zhang conducts; Yuri Alves directs.

Produced by DreamPlay Films. 

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Ring in spring with the NJSO’s premier annual gala!

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Announcing the Spring into Music Gala

This year’s virtual benefit celebrates the 30th anniversary of the NJSO Youth Orchestras—a musical training program coached by NJSO musicians that gives qualified students, especially Black and Latinx youth in the Greater Newark area, unparalleled opportunities to achieve personal and musical excellence.

Enjoy a digital New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performance of Mozart’s Flute Concerto No. 1 in G Major featuring Hannah Lee, an exceptional young talent from the NJSO Youth Orchestras, the world premiere of The Enchanted Forest—an amazing work composed by students of the NJSO Youth Orchestras—plus chamber music, special guest appearances and much more!

 

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Final call for participants!

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Last chance to participate in #OrchestraYou

Submit your video performing Glinka’s Ruslan and Lyudmila Overture by April 15 to be a part of this year’s virtual #OrchestraYou! Visit our website to download the music and click track, plus watch pro tips on the piece from NJSO musicians.