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Thursday, February 15, 2018

Ticket Sale for NJSO

Order today! Sale ends 11:59 pm on Sun, Feb 18.

Hurry, sale seat quantities are limited and may sell out. Once all of the sale seats have been sold, the full price will display.

Special Sale Prices:
A, B, P1 and P2 sections for just $39! (reg $40–$80)

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$39 great seats for 10 spectacular programs!

Hot Latin Nights with the Mambo Kings!

Feb 1618   This weekend!

From the sultry melancholy of Astor Piazzolla and the burning Afro-Cuban rhythms of Tito Puente to the rhythmic playfulness of jazz great Dave Brubeck and the pop strains of The Beatles, the Mambo Kings take you on a Latin jazz tour that will drive you to your feet!
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Brahms’ First Symphony

Feb 2225   Next Weekend!

Brahms took 14 years to write his first symphony, a masterwork for all time. Celebrated Norwegian mezzo-soprano Marianne Beate Kielland journeys through Mahler’s searching Wayfarer, one delight from an unforgettable evening of late-Romantic treasures.
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Zhang Conducts Tchaikovsky

Mar 911

Sumptuous favorites by Tchaikovsky frame an enticing pair of showpieces for solo players. A quartet of NJSO principals takes the spotlight in a Haydn gem, while pianist Sara Daneshpour, cited by The Washington Post for creating “transfixing poetry,” stars in the premiere of Danielpour’s work.
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Mozart’s Requiem

Mar 1518

Journey into the most profound reaches of the soul with Mozart. The Montclair State University Singers brings exquisite luster to a moving pair of a cappella works. Performed without intermission, the evening culminates in Mozart’s awe-inspiring Requiem, his final gift to the ages.
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Jason Alexander: The Broadway Boy

Apr 14 & 15

Long before becoming world renowned as the iconic George Costanza on “Seinfeld,” Jason Alexander was a Tony Award-winning Broadway song-and-dance man. His concert with the NJSO brings a hilarious re-telling of his journey to and on the Broadway stage and features a program of great music from the theater along with comedy and audience interaction.
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McGegan Conducts Beethoven & Mendelssohn

Apr 2022

Nicholas McGegan charms from the podium, conducting music that is his forté, while Robert Levin brings a scholar’s authority and a performer’s passion to the keyboard for Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto. Mendelssohn’s Fifth Symphony caps the splendid program.
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Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto

May 3–6

Beauty comes in many forms. Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto is a sparkling, ever-flowing river of melody. The rugged landscape of Finland beckons in a pair of compelling scores, including Sibelius’ transporting Fifth Symphony.
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Bach’s Complete Brandenburgs

May 17–20

Surrender to the irresistible charm and propulsive energy of the beloved Brandenburgs. By turns exuberant, grave, tender and resolute, each of the six works reveals a different facet of Bach’s genius. As in the composer’s day, concertmaster Eric Wyrick leads with his bow.
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E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial in Concert with the NJSO

June 1–3

Don’t miss Steven Spielberg’s cinematic masterpiece E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial with John Williams’ Academy Award®-winning score performed live to picture by the NJSO. Experience the magic once more!
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Shaham Plays Brahms

June 7–10

A captivating end to a season of wonders. Gil Shaham, one of today’s greatest and most admired violinists, scales the heights of Brahms’ Violin Concerto with dazzling virtuosity. Fittingly, Mahler’s monumental First Symphony marks Xian Zhang’s first NJSO performance of his music.
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This offer ends 11:59 pm on February 18, 2018, may not be combined with any other offers or discounts and is not retroactive. Seating is subject to availability and may be limited for some performances. Each order is subject to a $7 handling fee. Additional restrictions may apply.

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