BERKELEY HEIGHTS — Faculty members of Wharton Music Center (WMC) and New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS) perform a variety of genres in concert on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. at Wharton Music Center located at 60 Locust Avenue in Berkeley Heights. Music ranging from classical to jazz to blues includes performances of a piano quartet, flutes and piano, solo and duo guitar, flute and jazz piano trio, and solo piano. Mozart, Debussy, Hoagy Carmichael, and Thelonius Monk as well as some original works all come together for a music-filled autumn night.
Performers include Mikhail Kuchuk, Suji Kim, Jamie Baer Peterson, Bryan Rudderow, Eric Olsen, Luba Vasilyeva, Craig Graham, Milan Milinkovic, Diana Charos Reilly, Kristen Wuest, Chap Ostrander, Nate White, Margaret Zufall Roberts, Joel Perry, and Yvgeny Morozov. The concert is open to the public. General admission is $20 and $10 for children under 16. Admission for members of WMC is $15. Tickets may be purchased in advance at WMC, NJYS, and at the door. WMC is wheel-chair accessible. Call 1-908-790-0700 to reserve seating.
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