Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Welcome to the NJSO's 2019–20 season!

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Welcome to the 2019–20 season!
The new season brings diverse musical voices front and center, and there is much to celebrate. We hope to see you at a concert soon.
preview video for NJSO Opening Weekend
Do you have your tickets to Holst’s The Planets in HD? Get a preview of the visual experience for Opening Weekend.
Red Line
Oct 11–13
Newark & Red Bank
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Join us for the season-opening concert: Holst’s The Planets in HD! Experience amazing high-definition video and visuals from NASA projected over the Orchestra.
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Talkback: The Planets and Beyond – Oct 13, after the concert
Dr. Leslie Deutsch, the Deputy Director of the Interplanetary Network Directorate at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab at CalTech, gives special insight into the stunning NASA imagery that accompanies Holst’s The PlanetsAn HD Odyssey.
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The October 13 concert is generously sponsored by Bank of America.
New NJSO Partnership
NJSO Youth Orchestras recording at Audible studios in Newark
NJSO Youth Orchestras musicians perform on Audible original
Musicians from the NJSO Youth Orchestras recently recorded orchestra and solo tracks for the new Audible original The Mystwick School of Musicraft. Watch a behind-the-scenes video, and purchase your copy to hear the beautiful music from these talented young artists!
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Travel with the NJSO
NJSO cultural excursions in New York City
Join us for NJSO cultural excursions
Trips include cultural excursions to New York for a performance of the Metropolitan Opera’s Porgy and Bess conducted by David Robertson and Beethoven’s symphonies at Carnegie Hall conducted by John Elliot Gardner and Yannick Nézet-Séguin during the composer’s 250th birthday celebration.
For reservations, please contact Megan Powers, Director of Individual Giving, at or 973.735.1724.
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From our Friends in Newark
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International Music & Culture Festival | Free
Oct 12, 11 am–4 pm
Newark School of the Arts
Newark School of the Arts presents the first International Music and Culture Festival in the Lincoln Park community, bringing together music, dance and visual arts from different cultures around our city and beyond.
The festival will feature performances from Korea, Poland, Brazil, India, Argentina, Dominican Republic and other cultures represented in the Newark School of the Arts student body, as well as in our city.
The festival is free and open to the public.
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