Tuesday, November 30, 2021

 Bach to Baroque Concert—Premiere Broadcast




The Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey is excited to announce
two very special broadcasts via YouTube Premiere!

Sunday, December 5, 2021, at 7:30 PM: We will present our November 14 Concert featuring music of Franco Moro, Antonio Vivaldi, Georg Philipp Telemann and our special staged performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's delightful Coffee Cantata. Enjoy special performances by oboist Nancy Vanderslice, soprano Timothy Maureen Cole, bass Jason Adamo, tenor Dmitri Zigrino, and our very own comprimario Tom Loughman!

Sunday, December 12, 2021, at 7:30 PM: We are excited to present a special showing of the documentary film Scarlatti in New Jersey, created by B&B Productions. The film tells the story of the discovery and first modern-day performance from the original 1693 manuscript of Alessandro Scarlatti's dramatic oratorio La Giuditta. The film features excerpts from our historic performance at Washington's Headquarters Museum Auditorium (where the manuscript was discovered) and interviews with Dr. Jude Pfister and the artists.

Bach to Baroque link to the broadcast:

Scarlatti in New Jersey link to the broadcast:





Thank you for sharing our events

during the COVID pandemic

and for being with us as we return

to live in-person concerts. 

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. The next episode of Bach, Bagels, and Bob will be Saturday, December 18 at 10:00 AM.

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 amountmakes a real and deeply appreciated difference.

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The Baroque Orchestra of New Jersey,

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