Seton Hall University
Arts Council

Classical Concert Series

The Classical Concert series presents world-class soloists and ensembles from around the globe. Blending education with artistry, the series offers preconcert lectures and workshops on a regular basis which are offered to students and the public free of charge.

All concerts are at the South Orange Performing Arts Center. For tickets, contact the SOPAC box office: (973) 313-2787 and Regular admission $25; Seniors and Alumni $15; and SHU Employees with ID $8 (Admission includes SOPAC facility fee)

For more information, contact Dena Levine, Program Director: (973) 275-2450 or

2015-2016 Season

The Vienna Boys Choir
Sunday, Octoboer 11,2015 3PM (please note special concert time)

Presented by SOPAC and Seton Hall University.

We are delighted to offer this wonderful oppourtunity to hear a musical tradition that dates back over 500 years.
Presented by SOPAC and Seton Hall University. Single tickets: $38-$58 (Please note that while the single ticket price differs from those of the other Seton Hall Classical Series concerts, Classical Series subscribers will attend this event as one of the four concerts in the subscription package for the regular subscription price.)

ARCOS Orchestra play Eight Seasons
Wednesday,November 18, 2015 at 6:30PM
(please note special concert time)

This dynamic young chamber orchestra presents a colorfully stunning evening of the Four Seasons of Antonio Vivaldi and the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires by Astor Piazzolla.
This program is a co-presentation of Seton Hall University’s Classical Concert Series and Charles and Joan Alberto Italian Studies Institute.

The Orlando Consort presents The Anonymous Monk
Wednesday February 10, 7:30 p.m.

Join us as this acclaimed British a cappella ensemble partners with the Seton Hall University Chamber Choirto create a vivid portrait in words and music.
This program is a collaboration of Seton Hall University’s Classical Concert Series and the Music Program of the College of Communication and the Arts.


Adonis Gonzalez, piano
Tuesday, March 8, 7:30 p.m.

We welcome Grammy-nominated virtuoso Adonis Gonzalez for an evening of Latin-American music featuring works of Villa-Lobos, Albéniz, and Ginastera.
This program is a co-presentation of Seton Hall University’s Classical Concert Series and Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute.

*Please note special concert times Admission to all concerts: $25 General; $15 Seniors and Seton Hall Alumni; $8 Seton Hall Employees and students from universities other than Seton Hall; FREE to Seton Hall Students and individuals 18 and under.

The Classical Concert Series is part of the Seton Hall Arts Council. For more information about Arts Council events, call (973) 313-6338, or send an e-mail to


Classical Concert Series
Dena Levine, D.M.A.
Corrigan Hall Music Center
Phone (973) 275-2450

Ticket Information

  • Buying tickets for events at SOPAC
  • Reserve tickets for on-campus events by calling (973) 761-9098

Arts Council Leadership

Deirdre Yates, Interim Dean, College of Communication and the Arts
Ruth Sharkey, Honorary Chair
Lorrain A. Hughes ('72, '81)

Program Directors

Jeanne Brasile, Walsh Gallery
Dena Levine, Classical Concert Series
Denisse Oller, Joseph A. Unanue
Peter Reader, Seton Hall Theatre
Gloria Thurmond, Jazz 'n the Hall

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