The Bay-Atlantic Symphony Presents:
Chopin & Beethoven
Conversation with the Conductor: 1:00 p.m.
Sunday
May 22
2:00 pm
Tickets: $32 (includes $2 fee)
Performing Arts Center

Perhaps the most rhythmically energized symphony ever composed, Beethoven’s Seventh is one of the most ebullient in the repertoire as well. As a complement, Chopin’s Second Piano Concerto is supple and songlike. This program will feature young super talent Sejoon Park in his Bay-Atlantic Symphony debut. Chopin Concerto No. 2 in F minor Sejoon Park, piano ~ Intermission ~ Beethoven––Symphony No. 7

The Bay-Atlantic Symphony
Education Concert
Tuesday
May 24
10:30 am
FREE but tickets must be reserved. Please call 609.652.9000
Performing Arts Center
Imagination Station

Perhaps the most rhythmically energized symphony ever composed, Beethoven’s Seventh is one of the most ebullient in the repertoire as well. As a complement, Chopin’s Second Piano Concerto is supple and songlike. This program will feature young super talent Sejoon Park in his Bay-Atlantic Symphony debut. Chopin Concerto No.2 in F minor Sejoon Park, Piano Beethoven—Symphony No.7 Appropriate for Grades 4-12 Curriculum link: Music Appreciation Study Guide Available

Roald Dahl’s
James and the Giant Peach
Wednesday
July 20
10:30 am
$12 All Seats
Campus Center Theatre
Stockton Summer Playhouse

Roald Dahl’s beloved classic takes the stage in a new musical that is perfect for the entire family. One boy, two awful aunts, five larger-than-life insects, and a giant peach! What happens when magic crystals cause a withered old tree to create the largest and most magnificent peach ever seen? Luckily, a boy named James and a handful of bugs just happen to be nearby when the peach finally snaps free of its stem, and it sweeps them along on . . .