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Bank of America Classical Series

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No refunds are available for subscriptions, however, customers may exchange tickets within the same price section to any NJPAC-presented performance in the 2015-16 season.


Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Pinchas Zukerman, conductor and violin 
Friday, January 8 at 8pm 
Prudential Hall 

Elgar: Serenade for Strings 
Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 5 
Brahms: Symphony No. 1 

Pinchas Zukerman must be counted among the greatest virtuosos of this, or any age. Audiences have cheered him for five decades. In a dual role—conductor and violist—Zukerman performs Mozart’s enchanting “Turkish” Violin Concerto; plus, Elgar’s lyrical Serenade for Strings, and Brahms’ powerful First Symphony. 


Orchestre National de France
Daniele Gatti, conductor
Julian Rachlin, violin
Friday, January 29 at 8pm
Prudential Hall

Debussy: Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun
Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5

One of the greatest conductors of his time, Daniele Gatti, and the Orchestre National de France prove the virtuosity of their acclaimed collaboration when they bring to NJPAC a sumptuous program that begins with the sheer magic of Debussy’s Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun, and includes Dmitri Shostakovich’s exciting Violin Concerto No. 1, with violin virtuoso Julian Rachlin as soloist, and Tchaikovsky’s aching beautiful Symphony No. 5.


Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Joshua Bell, conductor and violin
Pamela Frank, violin
Saturday, March 19 at 8pm
Prudential Hall

Prokofiev: Classical Symphony
Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto
Beethoven: Symphony No. 8
Bach: Concerto for Two Violins

The Boston Herald declares his playing is “direct, honest and a joy to hear.” Audiences around the globe have cheered the phenomenal Joshua Bell. Now, he brings his Academy of St Martin in the Fields to NJPAC, conducting delightful symphonies of Beethoven and Prokofiev, and playing Tchaikovsky’s blazing Violin Concerto. Acclaimed violinist Pamela Frank joins Bell for Bach’s breathtaking Concerto for Two Violins.


San Francisco Symphony
Michael Tilson Thomas
, conductor
Inon Barnatan, piano
Friday, April 15 at 8pm
Prudential Hall

Copland: Orchestral Variations/ Inscape/Piano Concerto
Schumann: Symphony No. 2

“The level of musicianship week after week, year after year, remains a marvel.” So declares the San Francisco Chronicle of one of music’s most kinetic partnerships— Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony. With their boundless energy, imagination and virtuosity, MTT and SFS shine in Schumann’s joyous Second Symphony, and in a trio of Copland masterworks. 

Jessye Norman, soprano
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
Jacques Lacombe
, conductor
Saturday, May 21 at 8pm
Prudential Hal

The NJSO and NJPAC are thrilled to welcome superstar soprano Jessye Norman, a legendary performer of electrifying magnitude. Her program with conductor Jacques Lacombe and the NJSO centers on songs of American life, from the Great American Songbook to Spirituals. Don’t miss the pairing of Norman and Lacombe in this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Presented in collaboration with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.

Bank of America Classical Series

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*This exclusive offer is only available when the five fixed concerts are purchased, along with one additional bonus concert, as listed above. No refunds are available for subscriptions, however, customers may exchange tickets to another NJPAC-presented performance. Tickets for the free concerts have a monetary value, which is calculated if your tickets are exchanged into another performance. Offer expires September 1, 2015. Offer not valid on prior sale. All standard per ticket handling fees apply.