‘…And The Beat Goes On’ for SOPAC fundraiser

‘…And The Beat Goes On’ for SOPAC fundraiser

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Despite the restrictions on in-person celebrations, SOPAC will present “…And The Beat Goes On,” an online celebration that promises to be fun and friend-raising as well as raising some much needed funds to help it sustain during this downtime. The event will be Saturday, Nov. 14, from 6 to 7 p.m. […]

Marching to their own beat in Glen Ridge

Marching to their own beat in Glen Ridge

GLEN RIDGE, NJ — The opening of Glen Ridge High School for in-person classes was delayed to late October because of HVAC upgrades amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, so the GRHS marching band has been using the school as “a big closet,” according to director Darren Gage. Their instruments and equipment are being stored in […]

Montclair Orchestra announces fall season

Montclair Orchestra announces fall season

MONTCLAIR, NJ — The Montclair Orchestra officially announced its fall season with plans to broadcast concerts from the South Orange Performing Arts Center in October and the Van Vleck House & Gardens in November. All concerts and programs will be available for virtual viewing. For more information, visit www.montclairorchestra.org. With arts organizations across the country […]

‘20/20 Abstraction’ galley show online

‘20/20 Abstraction’ galley show online

MAPLEWOOD / SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — The i19 Gallery has a new show, “20/20 Abstraction,” that will run online through Nov. 31 at i19gallery.com.  “20/20 is normally associated with clear vision, however, this year has been abstracted: a global pandemic, racial unrest, environmental catastrophes, a nation divided. We are all affected by these events,” the […]

‘The Cult of Conducting’ with South Orange’s Warren Cohen

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — The New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra will present a two-session series titled “The Cult of Conducting.” Artistic Director Warren Cohen, of South Orange, will share his insights with an overview of orchestral conducting during the past three centuries. He will answer such questions as: Why do orchestras need conductors? How has conducting […]

Django A Gogo returns to Woodland this November

Django A Gogo returns to Woodland this November

MAPLEWOOD, NJ — Heralded guitarist Stephane Wrembel has announced Django A Gogo 2020 will be at The Woodland, 60 Woodland Road in Maplewood, on Thursday, Nov. 19; Friday, Nov. 20; and Saturday, Nov. 21, at 8 p.m. Django A Gogo 2020 celebrates the music and life of legendary musician and composer Django Reinhardt; it is […]

West Orange High School marching band rocks out

West Orange High School marching band rocks out

WEST ORANGE, NJ — The award-winning West Orange High School Marching Mountaineers debuted their fall routine at the home opener on Oct. 2, bringing cheers from the crowd. Featuring the music of Queen, the band opened with “Don’t Stop Me Now” and ended with “We Will Rock You.” They plan to add more material to […]

Strut your mutt this October

Strut your mutt this October

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — Essex County dog owners are invited to display their creativity and participate in Strut Your Mutt, Essex County’s annual Canine Halloween Costume Parade and Contest. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, pre-registration of all entries is required; there will be no in-person registration on the day of the parades. To register, visit […]

Luna Stage continues the Voting Writes Project

Luna Stage continues the Voting Writes Project

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Luna Stage’s Voting Writes Project continues this month with world premiere plays, films, a concept album and a costume party. Luna commissioned these myriad interactive events to inspire civic engagement in the November 2020 election. All events are free and open to the public via interactive livestream on Luna Stage’s Facebook […]

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