Due to the potential for rain, the venue for this evening’s New Jersey Symphony concert at Ocean County College has moved indoors to The Grunin Center for the Arts Main Stage. Parking is available in Lot 2 next to the center on College Dr.
Doors open at 7 pm. Seating capacity is limited and is general admission on a first-come, first-served basis. Non-alcoholic drinks and food will be allowed.
About The Show
Estimated Concert Duration: 1 hour
José Luis Domínguez conductor
New Jersey Symphony
Enjoy the sounds of your New Jersey Symphony this summer! The program features a medley of timeless classics including selections from Jurassic Park and West Side Story, William Grant Still’s lively Festive Overture and so much more.
The Symphony returns to Toms River to perform at Ocean County College. Fans can enjoy an evening of music close to home.
John Stafford Smith/Damrosch The Star Spangled Banner
Mikhail Glinka Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla
Johann Strauss Jr. Overture to Die Fledermaus
George Walker Lyric for Strings
José Pablo Moncayo Huapango
William Grant Still Festive Overture
Florence Price Colonial Dance
John Williams Theme from Jurassic Park
Leonard Bernstein / arr. Jack Mason Selections from West Side Story
Robert W. Lowden Armed Forces Salute
John Phillip Sousa Stars and Stripes Forever
This concert is sponsored by the Ocean County College Foundation.
About the New Jersey Symphony
The Emmy and Grammy Award-winning New Jersey Symphony, celebrating its centennial season in 2022–23, is redefining what it means to be a nationally leading, relevant orchestra in the 21st century. We are renewing our deeply rooted commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion by championing new, and often local, artists; engaging audiences for whom the inspiring depth and breadth of classical music will be new; and incorporating the broadest possible representation in all aspects of our organization—all to better reflect and serve our vibrant communities. Since 2021, Music Director Xian Zhang has worked together with composer, violinist, educator and social-justice advocate Daniel Bernard Roumain, the orchestra’s resident artistic catalyst, to offer programming that connects with diverse communities in Newark and throughout New Jersey.