(WESTAMPTON, NJ) -- The Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey will perform a free outdoor concert at the Burlington County Amphitheater on Saturday, July 1st. As part of Burlington County's summer concert series, this event promises an unforgettable evening of patriotic music, featuring the debut performance of the orchestra's new Music Director, James Allen Anderson. The PSNJ will take the stage at 7:00pm, preceded by a captivating opening act featuring singer-songwriter Sahara Moon, starting at 6:00pm.
Concertgoers will be delighted by a celebratory program featuring masterpieces by American composers Aaron Copland and Leroy Anderson, patriotic tunes by Irving Berlin and John Philip Sousa, and beloved standards from the American songbook by George Gershwin. As a special treat, soprano Kayla Harriott will grace the stage, adding an enchanting vocal dimension to the evening's performance.
The concert will take place at the picturesque Burlington County Amphitheater, located at 5 Pioneer Blvd, Westampton, NJ. With its sprawling green surroundings, the amphitheater offers a magnificent setting for a summer evening of music and community gathering. Attendees are encouraged to bring picnic blankets, lawn chairs, and their patriotic spirit to fully enjoy this family-friendly event.
"We are thrilled to present this free outdoor concert in partnership with Burlington County," said PSNJ Board President Elura Nanos. "It is a momentous occasion for us as we unveil our new Music Director, James Allen Anderson, and celebrate the spirit of unity and patriotism through the power of music. We invite everyone to join us for this memorable event and experience the magic that unfolds when the community comes together."
The PSNJ's free outdoor concert is made possible by the generous support of Burlington County.
The Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey is an 85+ piece symphony orchestra formed in 1991 to provide quality classical music to people throughout southern New Jersey and the Delaware Valley.
For over thirty years, the PSNJ has brought exceptional music to the area in a way that is accessible to patrons of all ages and backgrounds. We are the largest all-volunteer ensemble in the region, and our diverse group of dedicated members performs multiple sold-out performances each year to audiences of over 1200 patrons. Our members, who take the stage each week hailing from myriad professional and personal backgrounds, do so for the simple love of music and community.