Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Enjoy the music of Frédéric Chopin with the Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey 

 


 


 

BONJ Performances Are Back!

BONJ Virtual Spring Festival via YouTube Premiere

 

 

The Festival continues on Sunday June 13, 2021, at 7:30 PM with performances by violinist Hui Wang, percussionist Jesse Gerbasi, and pianist Sohyun Ahn.

Sohyun performs nocturnes and waltzes by Frédéric Chopin

Also enjoy the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, Peter Jarvis,

and Robert Schumann.

Click here to watch on June 13.

 

 

The festival concludes on Sunday, June 20, at 7:30 PM with performances by classical guitarist Stanley Alexandrowicz and the popular Evergreen Violin Trio (Emily James, Sara d'Sa, and Amelia Murccia).

Enjoy the music of Witold Lutoslawski, Manuel Ponce, Henry Purcell,

Peter Warlock, and others.

This concert will also include two World Premieres:

My Blue Garden by Massimo Malavasi

Violin Trio by Maestro Robert W. Butts

Click here to watch on June 20.

 


 

If you missed the first concert or if you wish to watch it again

Click here to watch the June 6 Concert

Pianist Carolyn Enger makes her BONJ Debut with deeply expressive music

by John Cage, Philip Glass, Wolfgang Rihm, Arvo Pärt, and Claude Debussy. Carolyn's playing is filled with expressive beauty, bringing out the absolute best

in the music of these composers.

 Discover something new, something truly beautiful

 Cellist Peter Howard will open the concert playing

Johann Sebastian Bach's Cello Suite #1.

 


 




2020 was a rough year for all of us! Thank you for sharing so much with us.


We look forward to seeing you in person

later this year!

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 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