YOCJ is thrilled to be back at Kendall Hall at TCNJ!
Sunday, January 20, 2019
NEW! Please note that this year, we will swap the typical performance times, featuring our soloist David Kim at the earlier concert, which starts at 2:30pm this year! This will allow students from the other concert to attend the 2:30pm concert if they are able, eat dinner and return for their sound-check/rehearsal. This will also give more patrons the opportunity to see David Kim as well!
Saxophone Choir, featuring debut of our 1st Consortium Commission, Gran Partita by David Noon; Symphonic Orchestra, featuring David Kim, performing the Bruch G Minor Violin Concerto
String Preparatory Orchestra, Wind Symphony, Pro Arte Orchestra
Tuesday January 15: Ticket Sales 6pm-9pm at WWPHSN Information Table. This is the only time tickets will be sold at the $20/$25 levels. Cash and checks ONLY.
Sunday, January 20th: Ticket Sales at the TCNJ Box Office will be $22/$27. Tickets purchased on the TCNJ website, will also be $22/$27. Click HERE to purchase on-line using your credit card.
Let’s hope we DON’T have to use these! But let’s be aware, just in case. Should we need to use the snowdates, information will be posted as follows:
•Tuesday, January 22 ~ 7pm SNOWDATE for the Sax Choir / Symphonic & David Kim at WWPHS SOUTH
•Sunday, January 27 ~ 3pm SNOWDATE for the WS / SPO / PAO Concert at WWPHS SOUTH
YOCJ is thrilled to announce our 2019 soloist! David Kim, Concertmaster of The Philadelphia Orchestra, returns! Mr. Kim will be performing the Bruch Violin Concerto in G Minor on Sunday January 20, 2019 with our Symphonic Orchestra at Kendall Hall, as well as leading our 9th Annual Master Class on March 12, 2019! Save the dates ~ Spread the word!
YOCJ is excited about its first commission consortium, organized by Dr. Jordan P Smith! The YOCJ Saxophone Choir, Dr. Paul Cohen, & a consortium of supporters and students are commissioning an original composition by composer David Noon that will debut at our 2:30pm Sunday January 20 winter concert at Kendall Hall, TCNJ! Dr. Noon received his Masters and Doctorate from Yale University and was on faculty at the Manhattan School of Music. His composition for the YOCJ Saxophone Choir is entitled Gran Partita, Op. 265.