BERKELEY HEIGHTS — The New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra will present its winter concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 13 at the Madison Junior High School on 160 Main Street, Madison. Solo cellist 14-year-old Sophia Bacelar, winner of the 2010 Young Artists Concerto Competition, will be the featured performer during the Hayden Cello Concerto in D Major with the NJIO Symphony conducted by Joe Gluck.
The musical program includes works by Grieg, Williams, Khachaturian, J. Strauss, Jr. and Hayden and is the second of three free concerts produced and performed by the NJIO for community involvement and appreciation of classical music.
Children of all ages, parents and grandparents will enjoy this afternoon performance with a delicious baked goods sale during intermission. Arrive early for parking, wheel-chair access and seating, refreshments and custom gift shop items. Donations will be accepted at the door.
NJIO is unique non-profit organization for Bridging the Generations Through Music, where intergenerational musicians of all ages and skill levels come together to experience the joy of making music. Professional musicians work alongside members as mentors, enabling NJIO to blend a high vision of artistic excellence with strong educational components in a non-competitive musically challenging atmosphere.
For more information about NJIO’s performance ensembles, 1st Violin auditions, Spring Concert and Summer Chamber Music Workshop contact www.njio.org – firstname.lastname@example.org – or call Liz Nowick at 1-908-603-7691.
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