New Jersey Youth Symphony Presents American Salute at Patriots Theater
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ, October 19, 2021 / 24-7PressRelease / – The New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS) presents An American Salute: Honoring Our Veterans on Sunday, November 7 at 3:00 p.m. at the Patriots Theater at the War Memorial in Trenton. Appearing under the direction of Simon Lipskar and Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Helen H. Cha-Pyo respectively, the NJYS Youth Orchestra and Youth Symphony will perform works by American composers such as Bernstein, Coleridge-Taylor, Hailstork, and more. Discovery Orchestra Artistic Director George Marriner Maull will lead the young musicians in Morton Gould’s American Salute, a magnificent tour de force based on the folk melody When Johnny Comes Marching Home. The concert features the Lincoln Portrait of Aaron Copland narrated by the charming Diana Solomon-Glover and ends with an exhilarating audience singing along with the Armed Forces Medley and America the Beautiful. The whole family is invited to enjoy a symphonic tribute to our veterans at this season opener live.
Tickets cost $ 20 for adults and $ 15 for students and seniors. The concert is free for all veterans. Use promo code VET2021 for free tickets at NJYS.org.
Marriner Maull said: “A friend once said, ‘The more we perceive… the more we receive. This is true for everything, especially music! When we look inside music in a fun and interactive way, we notice things we may have missed in previous informal hearings. My students who listen often say, “Wow! It sounded like a whole new track the second time it was played… much more exciting and interesting. ‘ I look forward to exploring Gould’s American Salute with audiences and members of the New Jersey Youth Symphony under artistic direction and principal conductor Helen Cha-Pyo.
Cha-Pyo said, “Our young musicians from the New Jersey Youth Symphony are delighted to honor and thank our veterans for their service with celebratory music from American composers. We can’t wait to perform live and in person on the Patriots Theater stage and hear members of the audience sing America the Beautiful and the Armed Forces Medley together!
“Out of gratitude for the service of our veterans as well as our active duty members, we look forward to welcoming all military families to what promises to be a spectacular Americana concert,” said Peter H. Gistelinck, executive director of the Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts. “Thank you for your service!”
Since 1996, Artistic Director George Marriner Maull and the Discovery Orchestra have helped members of the public experience personally experiencing musical moments that elicit strong emotional responses deep within them through interactive Discovery © concerts, TV shows, online educational videos and radio programs. The Discovery Orchestra offers transformative listening encounters for people of all ages, from novices to discerning classical music lovers. The Discovery Orchestra presents discovery concerts, intimate afternoon chamber music recitals, and community outreach programs for youth and seniors. Nationally and internationally from 2003 to the present, millions of viewers have experienced the transformative power of classical music through the broadcasts and sales of their productions distributed by American public television: Bach to the Future (nominated for Emmy), Discover Beethoven’s 5th (Emmy nomination and three Telly Awards), Discover Vivaldi’s Four Seasons (Emmy nomination and three Telly Awards), Fall in Love with Music (two Telly Awards) and Discover The Firebird (two Telly Awards) . Their TV shows and their short version of Discovery Orchestra Chats © on YouTube are also available on Amazon and are shown in classrooms across the United States by New York-based Films Media Group. The orchestra’s Inside Music radio show airs the second and fourth Saturdays of each month at 7:30 p.m. EST on WWFM 89.1 The Classical Network in Princeton and can be streamed worldwide on wwfm .org.
To a growing list of accomplishments, Diana Solomon-Glover recently added the title of librettist. This Little Light of Mine, an opera about civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer with music by Chandler Carter, was commissioned by Opera for All Voices and will debut at the Santa Fe Opera in October 2022. This achievement crowns a career devoted to humanitarian and social service. causes through his work on the opera, classical and musical theater stages in the United States, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean and Central America. She has been a featured soloist at The Innocence Project’s annual gala, which celebrates the emancipation of wrongly imprisoned Americans, and producer of the Project People Foundation’s “Celebration of Life” concerts, which raised over $ 250,000 for programs for the benefit of children orphaned by AIDS. Solomon-Glover is co-owner of Reduta Deux, a non-profit organization dedicated to the production of theatrical works whose subject matter reflects a broad human consciousness.
The New Jersey Youth Symphony (NJYS), founded in 1979, is a multi-level orchestral program providing ensemble training to students in grades 3 through 12 in New Jersey. NJYS has grown from an orchestra of 65 students to over 500 students in 15 different orchestras and ensembles, including the internationally renowned Youth Symphony. The NJYS ensembles have performed at venues such as the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Carnegie Hall, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. NJYS has received numerous prestigious awards for its adventurous programming from the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) and has completed six European tours, including participation in the Summa Cum Laude International Youth Festival and Competition (Vienna), winning the first prizes. in July 2014 and 2017.
Now in its 43rd season, NJYS continues to achieve musical excellence through intensive teaching and high standard performances. Under the guidance of a talented team of conductors, coaches and teaching artists, students are immersed in a stimulating repertoire, learning the art of ensemble playing and exploring their potential in a supportive and supportive environment. inclusive. NJYS remains committed to programming works by various composers and features 20th century African American and female composers such as Duke Ellington, George Walker, Yvonne Desportes, Emma Lou Diemer, Julia Perry and Florence Price.
The New Jersey Youth Symphony is a program of the Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts. Wharton is New Jersey’s largest nonprofit performing arts education organization serving more than 1,500 students of all ages and abilities across a range of classes and ensembles. In addition to the New Jersey Youth Symphony, programs include the Paterson Music Project and the Performing Arts School.
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