Puccini's irresistible lyric genius has long made Tosca one of opera's most breathtaking masterpieces. A cast of internationally acclaimed guest performers assembled from Maestro Wroe's extensive contacts in European and American opera houses joins NJFO to present, acted and in costume, this gripping tale of love, lust, corruption and ultimate struggle for survival. Saturday, February 23 at 7pm at The Presbyterian Church in Westfield. Tickets are $30, $58, $70, children under 18 $15, college students with ID $20. For tickets, call 908.232.9400 or visit http://www.njfestivalorchestra.org/index.php
David Wroe Conductor Maria Todaro Artistic Director International Guest Soloists New Jersey Festival Orchestra
Concert presented through the generous support of RAY CATENA OF UNION and MARTY JEIVEN
TICKETS $30 | $58 | $76 Under 18 $15 with purchase of adult ticketCollege students with ID $20
or call 908-232-9400
Shoppers in downtown Westfield can enjoy art creations during Youth Art Month in March, when paintings, drawings, and sculpture designed by approximately 300 students from Westfield’s 10 public schools are on display in merchants’ windows or display space.
Mark your calendars for Saturday Night Fever, NJ Festival Orchestra’s annual fundraising Gala. You are cordially invited to boogie on down on Saturday, April 6h at Shackamaxon Country Club for an enchanting evening of peace, love, fine dining, silent and live auctions, and grooving to NYC’s Total Soul. Cocktail and/or 70's attire optional. Sponsorships and underwriting opportunities available. For tickets and information, call 908 232 9400 or visit www.njfestivalorchestra.org
This year’s Tour of Notable Homes will take place on Saturday, May 11th, presented by the Friends of NJ Festival Orchestra. A stylish group of distinguished residences located in Westfield will be open from 10am to 3pm on Saturday May 11th, Mother’s Day weekend, to benefit New Jersey Festival Orchestra. The festivities include musical interludes, refreshments, a luxury basket raffle and local vendor tastings. Tour tickets are $40 in advance, $45 on tour day, and will soon be available online at www.njfestivalorchestra.org
View the classic Chaplin movie The Immigrant as never before with Carl Davis' symphonic score performed LIVE by NJ Festival Orchestra. Bernstein's Symphonic Dances from West Side Story and Serbian super-star violinist Stefan Milencovich complete the line up.
Saturday, June 1 at 7pm, First United Methodist Church, Westfield
For tickets ($28-$76, students $15) go to www.njfestivalorchestra.org or call 908 232 9400.