The Atlantic City Ballet
The Nutcracker
Children's Show
Friday
December 12
10:30 am
Tickets: $11
Performing Arts Center
Imagination Station

Celebrate a long cherished tradition of wondrous holiday performances from the Atlantic City Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” when it returns to the Stockton Performing Arts Center. Returning for its 28th season, “The Nutcracker” is the all-time holiday favorite show. Using Tchaikovsky’s romantic score, the program features colorful scenery, period costumes, and a cast of nearly one hundred. The entire family will be captivated by the timeless story of little Clara, the young girl who receives The Nutcracker as a gift, and . . .

Somers Point Jazz Society
Education Concert
Wednesday
April 15
10:30 am
Tickets are free but must be reserved. Please call (609) 652•9000
Performing Arts Center
Imagination Station

Co-sponsored by The Somers Point Jazz Society  During this program and concert, students will be entertained, as well as educated.  America’s truly original Art form, Jazz, will be discussed and performed by a group of musicians/music educators and Stockton faculty members. Associate professor and coordinator of Jazz Studies, Dr. Michael Pedicin, will present some historical and meaningful dialogue about this music, as well as the people who make it happen. We will also demonstrate the influences this music has had . . .

The Bay-Atlantic Symphony
Education Concert
Tuesday
May 5
10:30 am
Tickets are free but must be reserved. Please call (609) 652•9000
Performing Arts Center
Imagination Station

This program makes a breath-taking voyage from a new work of gentle expressive lyricism by New Jersey composer Amanda Harberg, to the exquisite perfume of Debussy, and then to the leaner, more etched Stravinsky. These attributes are amped up with all the drive of middle Beethoven in his all-embracing Violin Concerto. The always surprising and brilliant Ryu Goto, will join this odyssey of a concert. Amanda Harberg––Prayer Claude Debussy––Petite Suite Igor Stravinsky––Concerto in Eb (Dumbarton Oaks) Ludwig van Beethoven––Violin Concerto . . .