After an October guest appearance for patrons (and animals!) at the Turtle Back Zoo, the Livingston Symphony Orchestra opens its 2021-2022 Season by paying tribute to the First Responders and Medical Professionals who have worked tirelessly since March of last year.
WHERE: Livingston High School, 30 Robert Harp Drive, Livingston NJ, a venue with suburban ease, free adjacent parking, and accessibility.
TICKETS: general admission $25; seniors & students $15; children (2-12) free.
For tickets, go to www.lsonj.org
Natural teacher and storyteller Conductor Anthony LaGruth will offer background and insight into the music he has selected. The program features Mozart’s energetic “Marriage of Figaro Overture”, Bartok’s earthy “Romanian Folk Dances,” and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3, “Eroica.”
Proof of vaccination and masks are required for all, and honored guests are free with ID. For more information and concert flyer, please visit www.lsonj.org or call (973)980-1809.