Saturday, April 16, 2022


The New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra (NJIO) will present its 

2022 Spring Concert 

WHEN: Sunday, April 24th, at 3 pm
Lawton C. Johnson Summit Middle School auditorium, located at 272 Morris Ave, Summit, NJ. 
The concert will also be live-streamed. Livestream details and other information are available at
ADMISSION: This concert is free and open to the public. Donations are gratefully accepted.
Masks are recommended.  

NJIO's spring concert will feature performances by three of NJIO’s ensembles: Symphony Orchestra, Intermezzo Orchestra, and Prelude Ensemble. NJIO offers a broad range of musical experiences for its members. There are three tiered orchestras that allow musicians of all levels to participate in orchestral performances and grow as musicians. 

The Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Artistic Director Warren Cohen, will play the Taras Bulba Overture by Ukrainian composer Mykola Lysenko. The Symphony Orchestra will also perform En Saga and Finlandia by Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. 

NJIO’s intermediate group, Intermezzo Orchestra, conducted by Brian McGowan, will present Hornpipe and Air from Henry Purcell’s Suite to Adbelazer and Rimsky-Korsakov's Dubinushka

The Prelude Ensemble, NJIO’s entry-level group, is conducted by Elizabeth Maliszewski. They will perform folk songs and short works by Murch, Sweeney, and Meyer. 

NJIO is committed to ensuring that its programs and concerts are accessible. For more information regarding the concert or to inquire about patron services, please contact NJIO at, or visit NJIO’s website

New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra, now in its 28th season, has been nationally recognized as a leader in intergenerational excellence through its unique approach to teaching musical performance and as a model for intergenerational orchestras across the country. Depending on space availability, NJIO welcomes new members of all ages and abilities each concert period to one of its several orchestras. 

This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional funding is provided by the Frank and Lydia Bergen Foundation, the LillianSchenck Foundation, the Henry and Agnes Truzack Foundation, the Standish Foundation, and many other generous individual donors.