We miss you desperately! Please stay tuned for further announcements about our 2020-2021 season.

Please visit our Facebook page where every week we are presenting the "Maestro Minute" with recordings from our past concerts.

It is with great sadness that we must announce that one of our long time cellists, Bruce Mikolon, has died of Covid-19. Our hearts are broken.

Staying in New Year's Eve?
Listen to our New Year's Eve concert from 2015 on WWFM 89.1 or www.wwfm.org at 8 pm.
Program:

Shostakovich..........................................................................................Festive Overture

Offenbach-Rosenthal.......................................................Suite from “Gaite Parisienne”

Richard Strauss............................................................Till Eulenspeigel’s Merry Pranks

Johann Strauss, Jr...........................................................................Roses from the South

Leroy Anderson.........................................................Bugler’s Holiday & Fiddle Faddle

George Gershwin.........................Girl Crazy (A Scenario for Orchestra) arr. Don Rose

Preview Till Eulenspeigl here: 

The Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey stands unequivocally against racism and oppression. We stand in full solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. At the same time, we recognize that classical symphonic music has too often been regarded as a vehicle of separation between those who are advantaged and those who are oppressed. We affirm today and every day that the stories, bodies, experiences, and contributions of black and brown people matter and have resulted in the expansion of contemporary symphonic repertoire. 

 

We stand with those who continue the fight against racial injustice in our society and are committed to working towards a future where the lives and contributions of persons of color are valued and celebrated. We are committed to the presentation of symphonic works by composers and performers of all races. We have not in the past, nor will we in the future, confine our repertoire to the European canon of classical works.  

 

Instead we will continue to expand our symphonic offering to include a diversity of musical perspectives and origins. Further, we believe that the future of local live symphonic music demands development of a local, multi-racial, diverse audience to appreciate the music we produce. We are committed to engaging our local community as active supporters and members of our audience. 
 

 

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