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The NJ Symphony Orchestra will announce the 2019-2020 season

NJSO 2019-20 Season Preview

FRED STUCKER

Xian Zhang, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra has given the "2019-20" Entrance and Middle "," And on January 25 at NJPAC Newark, at a press convention saying a season, music director Xian Zhang explained what this implies.

“I think the title says it all… we really bring other art forms like ballet, opera, film, stage, to our concerts,” he stated. "So they will be in the front and center in this sense."

For example, during the season opening live shows, 11-13. October, Holst's The Planets, and a film with NASA's video on the planets. The symphony is usually associated with films – for instance, the "Star Wars" and "Harry Potter" collection – by enjoying stay scores when the film is displayed. However this is something totally different

“This was music that served the movie,” Zhang stated. "In this case… the music was the first, and the people loved it so much that they wanted to make the movie with them so that people could enjoy more, visually." The film is' created in real time so you’ll be able to take any desired tempo with the orchestra. It might be totally different between night time and night time. There is a projector that hurries up or slows down. It's not like we sync to an present film level. ”

The orchestra will conduct a winter pageant this weekend 2018-29. In 2019-20 at the Winter Pageant, Zhang stated: "We deliver ballet: We play Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet's extras. they seem…

”After which we play at the winter pageant, The Ring with Phrases, it is my own organizer, Maestro Lorin Maazel, I feel very loyal to this arrangement, there are others. ring tour… you’re taking all the good melodies, the whole lot, 60 minutes of very compact, lovely music…

“So this is our Winter Festival. It's very different from this (current), which is all poetry. Music made on stage We take the orchestra from the pit, the front of the stage e and in the middle. ”

ELIAS PHOTOGRAPHY

LOUIS LORTIE

Additionally celebrated in 2020 is the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's delivery. "So, of course, how do we forget about Beethoven?" Stated Zhang.

The season consists of Beethoven's second and third symphony and all five of his piano live shows. “We know that the audience here enjoys piano concerts,” Zhang stated. “Each time we make a piano, we all the time get a really warm answer. So I assumed, "Why don't we do all five piano concerts a week?"

"It was a really wild concept, why does a pianist do five live shows every week? It's simply loopy. They might do one, one week, perhaps three live shows. It's simply regular.

"So we asked Louis Lortie, which I have just been working in Ottawa with the National Arts Center. He was fantastic; he played Mozart with me. A wonderful classic interpreter. So we contacted him and turned out he accepted. He said, "Sure, I will do five live shows with you throughout the week." I assumed it was incredible and I respect it – it's a very unusual request – we name him an artist residence. This can be a new story of the New Jersey Symphony. We don't often do this. But I feel it's unbelievable, together with his fame. It's great for us, and it's nice to do greater than only one venture with one artist, so he'll also come again to play Mozart, another piano concert (June 2020). ”

Orders for the season at the moment are discounted; individual tickets are bought in August.

Here’s a schedule (pops live shows will be introduced later)

Holst's The Planets in HD

October. 11 at 19.30. and October 13 at 15:00. NJPAC in Newark; October 12 at eight:00. Pink Financial institution Art Middle

Xian Zhang, conductor; Newark Voices Ladies, Heather J. Buchanan, Conductor

Elgar's distortion and tour March # 1

Sarah Kirkland Snider's Hiraeth (with Mark Dechiazza)

Holst's Planets – HD Odyssey 19659005] Grieg's Piano Concerto

Oct. 31 at 19.30. At BergenPAC in Englewood; November 1 at 8:00. Richardson Auditorium at Princeton College; November 2 at 8:00. Pink Base Art Middle Rely Basie; November three at 3 pm Prudential Hall at NJPAC Newark

Markus Stenz, conductor; Juho Pohjonen, piano

Les chaos of the rebel of Les élémens

Piano live performance by Grieg

Brahms Symphony No. 2

LAWRENCE TSANG

NING FENG

[1965900] Inspired Showpieces

November . 7 at 13.30. and November 9 at 8:00. Prudential Hall at NJPAC Newark; November 10 at 3 pm Mayor Performing Arts Middle in Morristown

Xian Zhang, conductor; Ning Feng, violin

Rimsky-Korsakov's Capriliccio Espagnol

Qigang Chen's violin and orchestra La Joie de la souffrance

Presentation of Saint-Saëns and Rondo Capriliccioso

Falla's suite No. 2 from three corners Hat

] Household: Peter and Wolf

November. 16 at 2 and 15:30 at NJPAC Victoria Theater in Newark

Rachmaninoff's Third Piano Concerto

December. 5 at 13:30, December 6 at eight:00. and December 8 at 15.00. Prudential Hall at NJPAC Newark; December 7 at 8:00. New Brunswick State Theater

Xian Zhang, conductor; George Li, piano

Anna Clyne's Arms in

Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. three

Dvorak's Symphony No. eight

Handel Messiah [1945901] Messiah [1945901] . Richardson Auditorium at Princeton College; December 22 at 7 pm Newark's Sacred Heart Cathedral Basilica

Roderick Cox, conductor; Amanda Woodbury, soprano; Nai Bridges, mezzo soprano; Frederick Ballentine, tenor; Douglas Williams, bass baritone; Montclair State University Singers, Heather J. Buchanan, Conductor

Handel's Messiah

MARCO BORGGVEVE

INON BARNATAN

Winter Pageant: Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet [1965900] 3 at 20:00. Prudential Hall at NJPAC Newark; January 4 at eight:00. Pink Base Art Middle Rely Basie; January 5 at 3 pm Mayor Performing Arts Middle in Morristown

Xian Zhang, conductor; Inon Barnatan, piano

Smetana's "The Moldau" Má vlast

Piano Concerto by Clara Schumann

Prokofiev's Decisions from Rome and Julia

Winter Pageant: Mozart Don Giovanni [19459042] Don Giovanni [19459042] Don Giovanni [19459042] Don Giovanni [19459042] 19659005] January 9, 19:30. At BergenPAC in Englewood; 11.1. At 20:00. Prudential Hall at NJPAC Newark; January 12 at 3 pm New Brunswick State Theater

Xian Zhang, conductor; Eric Wyrick, violin; Singers of the Younger Artist Improvement Program of the Metropolitan Opera Lindemann

Mozart's Exotate, Jubilate

Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 4

Mozart's Scenes from Don Giovanni

The Winter Pageant: Wagner's Tone Ring with out Phrases

Ring without Phrases Jan. 17 at 20:00. Richardson Auditorium at Princeton College; January 18 at eight:00. New Brunswick State Theater; January 19 at 3 pm NJPAC Prudential Corridor in Newark

Xian Zhang, Conductor Simon Trpceski, piano

Wagner's Prelude to Lohengrin I

Piano Concerto No. 2 of Liszt

Wagner's Word Without Words (arr. Maazel)

] Lunar New Yr Celebration

Jan. 25, 19.30. Prudential Corridor at NJPAC Newark

Xian Zhang, conductor; Soloists, performers and program details will be introduced

CHRISTOPH KONIG

Mendelssohn Violin Concerto

February. 27 at 13.30. and March 1 at 15:00. Prudential Corridor at NJPAC Newark; 29.2. New Brunswick State Theater

Christoph König, conductor; Simone Porter, Violin

Violin Concerto by Mendelssohn

Bruckner Symphony No. 6

Beethoven's Piano Live shows 1 & 5

March 19 at 19.30. At BergenPAC in Englewood; March 20 at 20:00. Richardson Auditorium at Princeton College

Xian Zhang, conductor; Louis Lortie, piano

Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1

Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5, Emperor

Beethoven's Piano Live shows 2, three & four

March 21 pm Prudential Corridor at NJPAC Newark; March 22 at 3 pm New Brunswick State Theater

Xian Zhang, conductor; Louis Lortie, piano

Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 2

Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3

Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4

Beethoven's Eroica Symphony at 13.30 and March 27 at 8.00. Prudential Hall at NJPAC Newark; March 28 at 8:00. Purple Base Artwork Middle Rely Basie; March 29 at three pm Mayor Performing Arts Middle in Morristown

Xian Zhang, conductor; Robert Wagner, Bass

Opening of Rossini to Guillaume Tell

Bass Concerto by Christopher Rouse

Beethoven Symphony No. three, “Eroica”

Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony

April 2 at 7:30 pm in BergenPAC, Englewood; April four at 20:00. Prudential Corridor at NJPAC Newark; April 5 at 3 pm New Brunswick State Theater

Henrik Nánási, conductor

Bartók's music for strings, percussion and Celesta

Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5

Brahms, Vivaldi & Beethoven 1. Might 20.00 at NJPAC Prudential Corridor in Newark; Might 2 at 20:00. New Brunswick State Theater; Might 3 at 3 pm Mayor Performing Arts Middle in Morristown

Nicholas McGegan, conductor; Rubén Rengel, violin; Eduardo Rios, violin; Adriana Rosin, Violin; Na-Young Baek, cello

Brahms Variations on Haydn's Theme

Vivaldi's Concerto for Two Violins on B-Degree Main, RV 529

Vivaldi's Concerto for Violin and Clock on B-Degree Major, RV 547

Vivaldi Live performance for Three Violin F Majori, RV 551

Beethoven Symphony No. 2

Household: "New World" Symphony & Past!

Might 9, 2 and 15:30. Victoria Theater at NJPAC Newark

TAKAKI KUMADA

AKIKO SUWANAI

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

Might 15 at eight pm. Richardson Auditorium at Princeton College; Might 16 at 8:00. Prudential Corridor at NJPAC Newark; Might 17 at 15:00. New Theater in New Brunswick

Andrey Boreyko, conductor; Akiko Suwanai, violin

Sturdy release of Mason Bates' outbreak

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

Symphony No. 10 of Shostakovich

Season Finale: Mozart & Mahler