New Jersey Symphony Orchestra

On 11th April, Wednesday, the NJSO (New Jersey Symphony Orchestra) will arrange their yearly spring fund-collecting event at the Harborside Financial Center Atrium. The gala evening begins with cocktails as well as a silent auction that will start at 6 p.m.

After that Jacques Lacombe, the music director head the in a program which features The Blue Danube, Strauss Jr.’s Die Fledermaus Overture and Lightning Polka and Thunder. Janice Cheon, the winner of youth orchestra’s concerto competition – performs the very first motion of Saint-Saëns’ Violin Concerto number three. There will be a dinner after his performance.

The honorees are NJSO Board Co-Chair Ruth C. Lipper and A. Michael Lipper, acknowledged for their over-the-top support as well as dedication to the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and New Jersy’s the arts.

André Gremillet, the NJSO President & CEO, told that the deep dedication, commitment and vision of the Lippers for the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra over the years have been transformational. Most imposingly, they are the co-architects of the NJSO’s very successful $ 32 million Comprehensive Campaign.

Yet their leadership act goes beyond the Campaign. Mike’s penetrations and expertness in investment strategies, mixed with his impressive business insightfulness, have been very influential to the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Similarly, Ruth’s sharp approach to philanthropic as well as business issues has been quite inspirational and key to her success as a Co-Chair of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Board of Trustees. In inclusion, their many ‘behind the scenes’ motions of kindness for the entire New Jersey Symphony Orchestra family have been cherished and meaningful.

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