Concerts & Special Performances
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An afternoon of arias from operas of the 19th century that helped define the century as Romantic in all fields of the Arts. Soprano, Genya Muzyczka, Soprano, Elizabeth Perryman and Tenor David Santiago will sing the repertoire of the greatest French composers of the time: Massenet, Offenbach, Bizet, Delibes and others.
$30 General Public
CAROLYN DORFMAN DANCE
Sunday, November 1, 2PM
From the intimacy of the duet, to powerful, driving ensemble work, Dorfman is known as a creator of evocative dances that reflect her concerns about the human condition; she creates rich worlds into which the audience can enter. This program includes repertory favorites for audiences of all ages to enjoy. Carolyn’s new work WAVES – with music by cellist Jessie Reagan Mann, multi-instrumentalist and human beat boxer Pete List and recorder player Daphna Mor. Dorfman uses this eclectic and unusual grouping of artists, their instruments, sounds, and vocals, to create new and visceral movement connections – WAVES – between her dancers, the music and the dance. With “…ingenious ensemble sections…”, “’Waves’” is a community that leaves no one behind.” – Robert Johnson, NJArts.net.
$35 General Public
$15 Students (18 & under or a valid college ID)
David Wroe, Music Director and Conductor
Mahler’s 9th symphony, considered by some to be the most monumental musical creation ever written, is rarely performed due to its epic proportions and complex orchestral requirements. Chamber Ensemble now presents a jaw-dropping “bonsai” re-orchestration of this celebrated mighty work, expertly retaining the exquisite architecture and expressive power while adding white-hot intensity. This concert could be life changing!
$40 General Public
$25 Students (18 & under or a valid college ID)
In the tradition of the hilarious Harvey Korman and Tim Conway sketches from the old Carol Burnett Show, comes this hilarious stage comedy where ‘Sis’ and ‘Babe,’ two sisters on the other side of 50, want to add a little fun and excitement to their lives…but where to find it? at BINGO. While playing, they discuss family ties, diet crazes, widowhood, hot flashes and winning! The audience joins in the fun during the “Middle Bird Special”- a real Bingo game where some lucky audience member wins a FREE frozen turkey at every performance!
$40 General Public
$20 Students (18 & under or a valid college ID)
HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR XIII: “AWE AND WONDER”
Saturday, December 12, 3PM
Sunday, December 13, 3PM
Join the Morris Choral Society in ushering in the holiday spirit this season. The concert will feature a collection of familiar musical treasures and choral gems. Selections, including works by Rutter, Busto, and Rachmaninoff, are sure to leave you delighted. The concert will conclude with sing-along selections as well as a rousing medley of carols.
$25 General Public
$15 Students (18 & under)