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Leonard Bernstein at 100

Leonard Bernstein: composer, conductor, pianist, teacher, thinker, and adventurous spirit. He transformed the way Americans and people everywhere hear and appreciate music. In celebration of Bernstein’s Centenary, we dedicate this entire season to Lenny–through his own music, the music of those who influenced him, and the music of those he championed.

Ticket Prices

$30 Adults
$25 Seniors
$15 Students

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more.


“Happy Birthday Lenny: All-Bernstein”

Sunday, October 14 @ 3:00 pm
Pre-Concert Talk at 2:00 pm

Candide: Overture
Chichester Psalms
Candide: Glitter and be Gay
On the Town: Three Dance Episodes
West Side Story: Concert Suite No. 1
West Side Story: Mambo
Candide: Make Our Garden Grow

Sage DeAgro-Ruopp, soprano
Aaron Crouch, tenor
Logan Tanner, countertenor
Nashirah, the Jewish Chorale of Greater Philadelphia
Julia Zavadsky, director
Philadelphia Voices of Pride
Daniel Schwartz, director

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“A Disney Holiday Celebration”

Sunday, December 9 at 3:00 pm

Your holiday favorites share the stage with music from Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins and more in this festive Disney holiday concert for the whole family.

Greater South Jersey Chorus
Chris Thomas, director
Whitman Elementary School Chorus
Candy Maxwell, director

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“Bernstein through the eyes of those who influenced him”

Sunday, February 24 at 3:00 pm
Pre-Concert Talk at 2:00 pm

Kurt Weill: Seven Deadly Sins
Copland: Rodeo
Gershwin: Porgy & Bess Symphonic Picture

Storm Large, vocalist

Hudson Shad, vocal quartet

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“Bernstein as composer advocate”

Sunday, May 5 at 3:00 pm
Pre-Concert Talk at 2:00 pm

Mahler: Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection”

Paula DiGianivittorio, soprano
Barbara Dever, mezzo-soprano
Singing City
Jeffrey Brillhart, director

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Pre-Concert Talks at 2 PM

Join Music Director Matthew Oberstein one hour prior to each classical concert (October, February, May) 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.

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.