Celebrating 25 years as Music Director, Jed Gaylin performed Vienna Now and Then on piano. See some of that performance here:
JED GAYLIN serves as Music Director of the Bay Atlantic Symphony, Johns Hopkins Symphony Orchestra and Two Rivers Chamber Orchestra. He is also Principal Conductor of the Cape May Music Festival.
Previous posts have included Principal Guest Conductor of the National Film and Radio Philharmonic (Beijing, China), Director of Orchestras of the Cervera International Music Festival and Summer Course (Spain), Principal Guest Conductor of the Sibiu State Philharmonic (Romania) and Artist in Residence at Stockton University.
In 2018, Mr. Gaylin was tapped by Eastman School of Music composer Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez to conduct his Alla Balena Ensemble, which was performed at Eastman’s Kilbourn Hall, the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington DC and Teatro Degollado in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Photos from Vienna Now and Then Jed Gaylin, piano
May 6, 7
William Grant Still (Arr. Shelley Hanson)—Phantom Chapel
Symphony No. 9
Greater South Jersey Chorus, Chris Thomas, Director
Lori Hultgren, soprano
Barbara Dever, mezzo-soprano
Min Jin, tenor
Joseph Parrish, bass-baritone
We are delighted to celebrate this season finale by presenting our friends of the Greater South Jersey Chorus and an amazing quartet of singers for this most powerful, mind-smashing work, that charts a course from the expansive unknowableness of the universe to the divinely inspired universality of human bonds. William Grant Still’s Phantom Chapel sets the tone with cosmic mystery.
of South Jersey
Saturday, May 6 3 PM
Sunday, May 7 2 PM