2016-2017 Season

Ticket Prices

$30 Adults
$25 Seniors
$15 Students

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more.

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ROMAN HOLIDAY

Sunday, October 16 at 3 pm*
Pre-Concert Talk at 2 pm

*Note: This date has changed since the season was first announced.

Eastern Center for the Performing Arts
1401 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees

Transport yourself to a piazza in Rome, and sip an espresso while the sounds of Italy’s greatest opera houses swirl around you.  You’ll recognize the music from countless movies and pasta commercials.

Berlioz, Roman Carnival Overture
Puccini, Nessun Dorma from Turandot
Tchaikovsky, Capriccio Italien
Mascagni, Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana
Respighi, Pines of Rome

 


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A Joyful Noise
Sunday, December 11 
 at 3pm

Eastern Center for the Performing Arts
1401 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees
Storm Large, vocalist
Choral Arts of Southern New Jersey; Jack Hill, director
Van Zant Elementary School Chorus; Cindy Wasdick, director
Whitman Elementary School Chorus; Candy Maxwell, director

Powerhouse chanteuse Storm Large tours the world as lead singer of Pink Martini, and has headlined Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.  She brings a rock n’ roll edge to this year’s holiday pops like no other.  By the end of the concert, you’ll be sure that Queen’s “Somebody to Love” was actually the original Christmas carol!


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Cruising the Danube!
Sunday, February 26 at
 3pm

Pre-concert Talk at 2PM

Eastern Center for the Performing Arts
1401 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees

 

 Joshua Roman by Hayley Young 4

Our river cruise starts in beautiful Vienna with some dance lessons, then heads up to Budapest.  After taking in the extraordinary castles along the riverbanks, we arrive in Bohemia.  Cellist Joshua Roman was named principal cellist of the Seattle Symphony at age 22, and recently debuted with the Pittsburgh Symphony as soloist in the Dvorak Concerto.  A special treat for South Jersey!

J. Strauss, Blue Danube Waltz
Kodaly, Hary Janos Suite
Dvorak, Cello Concerto

Special Event: Cello Master Class

Our cello soloist Joshua Roman works with three cello students on their own concerto repertoire in this special event master class. Get inside the music with these young musicians!

Saturday, February 25 at 1pm
Croft Farm Arts Center
100 Bortons Mill Road, Cherry Hill

No tickets required

 

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American in Paris
Sunday, April 23 at 
3pm

*Note: This date has changed since the season was first announced.

Pre-concert Talk at 2PM

Eastern Center for the Performing Arts
1401 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees

Ah!  Paris in the Roaring ‘20s.  Cole Porter was famous for his lavish parties.  Gather around the piano as he treats you to some of his newest songs from his musicals “Paris” and “Can-Can” (which are now classics) before driving around the City of Lights in Gershwin’s iconic An American in Paris.  C’est si bon!

Gershwin, Girl Crazy Overture
Cole Porter, A selection of songs
Ravel, Bolero
Michael Gilbertson, Splendid City
Ravel, Pavane for a Dead Princess
Gershwin, An American in Paris

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Pre-Concert Talks at 2 PM

Join Music Director Matthew Oberstein one hour prior to each classical concert (October, February, April) as he shares the stories behind the music and important musical elements to listen to, and answers your questions about the program.

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Please contact us at (856) 779-2600 to purchase tickets via phone, or if you have questions about 2016-2017 season.

Our Commitment to Accessibility

The Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey is committed to providing programs that are accessible to people with disabilities.  Our performance sites are wheelchair accessible.  Also, with at least two weeks notice, we may be able to provide Assistive Listening Devices and large-print versions of our program.  For additional information on our commitment to accessibility, contact us at (856) 779-2600.

Wheelchair Accessible
Concerts are held in facilities that
are wheelchair accessible.

Large Print
Large print programs are
available upon request.

Assisted Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices are
available upon request.

Two weeks notice prior to the concert is requested for these materials to be available.