Tuesday, June 8, 2021

NJSO Events: New in June

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra

 

Starting June 9!
In-person Chamber Performances at
The Newark Museum of Art’s Outdoor Garden! 


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Arts in the Garden: Togetherness with DBR
In person at The Newark Museum of Art

Join NJSO Resident Artistic Catalyst as he kicks off his tenure with a program spanning musical styles and genres.

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NJSO Pride Celebration
Virtual Festival

Join us for a weeklong virtual celebration of Pride Month.

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Arts in the Garden: Hearing and Healing with DBR
In person at The Newark Museum of Art

Daniel Bernard Roumain brings together musical stylings from all eras. This beautiful program features the first movement of Brahms’ Clarinet Quintet, solo Bach, Ives’ The Unanswered Question and more.   

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Arts in the Garden: Price & Mendelssohn
In person at The Newark Museum of Art

Concertmaster Eric Wyrick leads the NJSO Chamber Players in Florence Price’s Five Folksongs and Counterpoint and Mendelssohn’s Octet.

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EMERGE Part 3: An NJSO Concert Film

This film features the NJSO and superstar pianist Daniil Trifonov on stage and riveting images of and insprired by the people of New Jersey. Xian Zhang conducts; Yuri Alves directs.  

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Arts in the Garden: All Around the World Family Concert
In person at The Newark Museum of Art

Take a musical trip across the globe in this family-friendly concert with the NJSO Chamber Players.

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Broadway, Walker & Dvořák
In person at MPAC

The NJSO Chamber Players ring in the summer with favorites from Broadway, George Walker and Dvořák, plus insights and stories.

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The June 23 Arts in the Garden performance is sponsored by the PSEG Foundation. Arts in the Garden is presented in partnership with The Newark Museum of Art. The June 27 performance is presented in collaboration with the Mayo Performing Arts Center. Bank of America is proud to support the NJSO Resident Artistic Catalyst. DBR as Resident Artistic Catalyst is made possible in part by Judith Musser