The NJYS Youth Orchestra, Clarinet Ensemble and Fortissimo Flutes perform on November 3 at Dolan Hall



originally published: 10/29/2019

(NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ) – The New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS) will present a concert featuring the NJYS Youth Orchestra, Clarinet Ensemble and Fortissimo Flutes on Sunday, November 3 at 3:00 p.m. at Dolan Hall at the College of Saint Elizabeth located at 2 Convent Road in Morristown.

November 3 concert opens with performance by Austin Alan Scott Souvenirs from eastern Tennessee by the NJYS Fortissimo Flutes conducted by the conductor Diana Charos Reilly. After the flute ensemble, the NJYS Clarinet Ensemble led by conductor Bryan Rudderow will perform arrangements of works by Beethoven and Chopin as well as Freddie Mercury do not stop me now arranged for the ensemble by Rudderow. The concert ends with Tormis opening n ° 2, two movements by Stravinsky Firebird Suite, and that of Borodin Polovtsian dances n ° 17 by Prince Igor performed by the NJYS Youth Orchestra under the direction of Simon Lipskar.

Tickets are $ 20 for adults and $ 15 for seniors and students available for online purchase.

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