(FAIR LAWN, NJ) -- The Adelphi Orchestra continues its 68th Season of "Music for All" with a "Celebration of the Romantics". The concert is under the baton of maestro Jason Tramm and features cello virtuoso Leland Ko, (A prize winner of the 2021 Adelphi Orchestra Competition) in Elgar's Concerto for Cello in E minor, Op. 85. Also on the program is Mendelssohn's "The Fair Melusina" Overture and Brahms: Symphony no 3 in F major. Performances take place on Saturday, March 5 in New York City and Sunday, March 13th in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.
The orchestra is offering audiences a Livestream option in addition to an in-person audience experience this season. Proof of vaccination required for the in-person shows.
Performances will take place on Saturday, March 5th at 2:00pm at Broadway Presbyterian Church (601 W 114th Street) in New York, NY and Sunday , March 13th at 2:00pm at Fair Lawn Community Theater (10-10 20th Street) in Fair Lawn, New Jersey. There is a suggested donation of $25 (students $5). Tickets are available for purchase online.
The March 13th concert has been made possible in part by a grant administered by the Bergen County Department of Parks, Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and co-sponsored by the borough of Fair Lawn.
The Adelphi Orchestra is a professional, non-profit orchestra performing symphonic, chamber, operatic, choral, and dance concerts. For the past 18 years, the Adelphi Orchestra has sponsored a Young Artist Competition and Young Artist Concerts throughout New Jersey and the New York metropolitan area. The Adelphi Orchestra presents concerts with accomplished national and international guest soloists and distinguished conductors. Nominated by its peers for the past 6 years in the Jersey Arts People's Choice Award in the Favorite Orchestra/Symphony Division, the Adelphi Orchestra is a member of the Chamber Music America and Opera America and is a partner orchestra with the Carnegie Hall Link Up program providing in-school concerts. . For the past 68 years, it is northern New Jersey's longest continuously performing orchestra and a member of the New Jersey cultural community.