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      July 4, 2019

      Thursday   7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

      21 Pilgrim Pathway
      Ocean Grove, New Jersey 07756

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      NJ Wind Symphony

      NEW JERSEY WIND SYMPHONY – Performing as part of OGCMA’s “Summer Stars Classical Series” and appearing with Guest Trumpetist Philip Smith, this unique orchestra was founded as the Ridgewood Concert Band in 1983 to provide high quality performing venues for the many accomplished wind and percussion players living in the New York Metropolitan area. The musicians of the NJWS are volunteers with day jobs ranging from lawyer to doctor to band director. NJWS programs vary from light classics and famous marches, to cutting edge compositions by today’s brilliant composers. The NJWS is regularly joined by world class soloists from the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, radio and television personalities, and other nationally renowned performers and conductors. The NJWS has performed on the East Coast and overseas, and was the recipient of the John Philip Sousa Foundation’s coveted Sudler Silver Scroll Award in 1996. The NJWS is actively engaged with area schools, offering the chance for talented young musicians to perform with the band through their Prelude Band Performance opportunities Youth Soloist Competition and Side By Side programs.

      The Evening’s Program
      Star Spangled Banner (National Anthem) – Francis Scott Key, arr. John Philip Sousa
      Overture and Caccia – Gian Carlo Menotti
      Marche Militaire – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
      Salve Regina – Patrick Burns
      Polka and Fugue from Schwanda the Bagpiper – Jaromir Weinberger – with organist Gordon Turk
      Light Cavalry Overture - Franz von Suppe
      The Black Horse Troop - John Philip Sousa
      Make Our Garden Grow - Leonard Bernstein
      Band of Brothers - Michael Kamen
      America the Beautiful - arr. Carmen Dragon
      Festival Prelude on a National Air - Dudley Buck
      Stars and Stripes Forever - John Philip Sousa

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