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Enjoy selections from Dvořák, Rossini, and Debussy for a wonderful afternoon of classical music with the Brook Orchestra. Join us as the Brook Orchestra kicks off their forty-eighth season at the Brook Arts Center.
Under the direction of conductor Thomas Vacca, the orchestra will perform a colorful program that features popular works by Dvořák, Rossini, and Debussy. During Vacca’s time at the helm, the Brook Orchestra has made substantial progress in artistic growth, innovation, and the expansion of the Orchestra membership and audiences. The Brook Orchestra is excited to be back on the historic Brook Theater’s stage to bring audiences a sensational afternoon program of these masterpieces,
Promo Code does not apply.
WHERE: Brook Arts Center, 10 Hamilton St., Bound Brook
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 7 PM
The Princeton Brass Band and the New York Staff Band will present an evening of holiday music for all ages.
The Princeton Brass Band was founded in May 2004. It is what is commonly referred to as a "British-Style" brass band (cornets, flugelhorn, alto/tenor horns, baritones, euphoniums, tenor and bass trombones, Eb tuba and Bb tuba and percussion) with 28 players, to distinguish it from the "American-Style" jazz brass band.
The Princeton Brass Band is now a major cultural presence in New Jersey and the USA, drawing top players from throughout the region. Serving continuously for more than a century, the New York Staff Band (NYSB) is regarded as one of the foremost brass bands in The Salvation Army, a worldwide church with a strong social-service orientation.