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Fresh off of riveting NJSO Concert Film
performance, Artist-in-Residence Daniil Trifonov returns for
Brahms’ First. Only a powerhouse pianist and conductor in perfect
sync can make this thrilling climb. Jessie Montgomery’s sizzling Starburst leads things off before Xian Zhang brings
a fresh take to a beloved Czech masterwork, Smetana’s Má vlast, tapping the warm strings and beautifully
rounded brass threaded into the Symphony’s DNA by former music
director Zdenek Macal.
Nov 17, 2021 Renée Fleming with the NJSO Virtual Concert
Among the greatest sopranos to ever grace the stage, the
extraordinary Renée Fleming returns to the New Jersey Symphony
Orchestra for Wagner’s heartfelt and poignant Wesendonck Lieder. First, get swept up by Xian
and your NJSO as they play one of music’s most perfect love songs,
Wagner's Siegfried Idyll.
Get in the spirit of the season when The
Irish Tenors are joined by members of the New Jersey Symphony
Orchestra for a festive night of traditional and secular holiday
songs. From “O! Holy Night” to “White Christmas” to “Jingle Bell
Rock,” The Irish Tenors keep audiences of all ages enchanted from
the first note to the final ovation.
Dec 17–26, 2021 New
Jersey Ballet's Nutcracker with
the NJSO 50th anniversary! New Jersey Ballet’s
beloved annual tradition enchants youngsters and grown-ups alike
with splendid dancing, live orchestra, eye-popping special effects
and a touch of holiday magic. The program features Tchaikovsky’s
iconic score performed live by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.
Presented in Morristown by New Jersey Ballet, in
collaboration with MayoPAC and the NJSO
this month, Xian Zhang and the NJSO returned to the concert hall to
share in-person performances with you for the first time in more than
18 months. There is nothing quite like the moment when we all hold our
collective breath for the first downbeat.
Support from individuals like you has allowed the NJSO to thrive.
Consider making a gift today in honor of our triumphant return to the
Daniil Trifonov as Artist-in-Residence is made
possible by Judy and Stewart Colton.
with the NJSO is made possible by the Digital Production and
Programming Fund with major support from Ellen and Phil Neches.
Fleming’s performance is supported by a gift from Audrey Bartner.
Ballet’s extensive performance schedule is made possible in part by
support from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency
of the National Endowment for the Arts; The Geraldine R. Dodge
Foundation; The Star-Ledgerand by
other generous corporate, foundation and individual contributors.