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New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Takes Hoboken Stage

Performance on Thursday night will be part of the city's summer concert series at Pier A Park.

Photo courtesy of the City of Hoboken
Photo courtesy of the City of Hoboken
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra will take the stage Thursday night in Hoboken's summer concert series at Pier A Park.

The free concert begins at 7:30 p.m. The concert will go on outside if there is light rain or scattered showers, but will be moved indoors in the event of severe weather. The indoor location has not yet been determined.

The NJSO program honors New Jersey’s rich cultural past as part of the NJ350 celebration, honoring the Garden State’s 350th anniversary with a salute to Frank Sinatra, a medley of Jersey Boys classics and Count Basie’s “One O’Clock Jump.” 

The performance will include selections from:

GEMMA NEW conductor 

MOZART 
Cosi fan tutte Overture 

VIVALDI 
“Summer” from The Four Seasons for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 8 
III. Presto 
Brennan Sweet, violin 

TCHAIKOVSKY 
Symphony No. 6 in B minor, Op. 74, “Pathétique” 
II. Allegro con grazia 

BEETHOVEN 
Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67 
IV. Allegro 

COPLAND 
Fanfare for the Common Man 

RACHMANINOFF 
Vocalise 

STRAUSS 
Die Fledermaus Overture 

ROSSINI 
William Tell Overture 

~ INTERMISSION ~ 

BERLIN/Arr. BENNETT 
Annie Get Your Gun Overture 

COUNT BASIE/Arr. HOLCOMBE 
“One O’Clock Jump” 

Arr. VANACORE 
Jersey Boys Tribute 

SINATRA/Arr. MOSS 
Salute to Ole Blue Eyes 

SOUSA 
Atlantic City Pageant 

WILLIAMS 
Liberty Fanfare 

LOWDEN 
Armed Forces Salute 

SOUSA 
Stars and Stripes Forever (encore) 

Co-sponsored by Hudson County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs, Carepoint Health, Burgiss & United Water
Pops June 17, 2014 at 02:06 PM
@OutofControl, can you please let us know if we should all boycott this cultural event as well? I assume anything along these lines is bad but just want to check. Thanks.

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