George Manahan conductor

Awadagin Pratt piano

New Jersey Symphony

Mozart Symphony No. 38, “Prague”

Symphony No. 38—Mozart’s exploration of what a symphony could be—is brought to life by past Interim Music Director George Manahan, who was with the Symphony from 1983 through 1985. Mozart didn’t write the symphony for Prague specifically, but this grand work of mixed emotions became a gift to the city.

Jessie Montgomery Rounds for Piano and String Orchestra

This new piano concerto from Montgomery premieres in March 2022 in South Carolina, with acclaimed pianist Awadagin Pratt at the keys.

Strauss Suite from Le bourgeois gentilhomme

Strauss took incidental music he wrote for a revival of Molière’s comedic play and compiled an orchestral suite, perfect for New Jersey Symphony stages.


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