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 at the South Orange Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. For tickets, contact the SOPAC box office: (973) 313-2787 and www.sopacnow.org. 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
2014-2015 SeasonPiotr Anderszewski
Wednesday, March 18, 7:30 p.m.
Seton Hall's Classical Series presents acclaimed pianist Piotr Anderszewski, in a solo recital two days before his recital at Carnegie Hall. According to The Guardian,"The tone and touch of Anderszewski's playing are so seductive that it is easy to forget how classically correct a musician he is." And the New York Times says "It can be hard not to wax hyperbolic when confronted with pianist Piotr Anderszewski's sensitive touch and potent imagination."
Miami String Quartet
Tuesday, April 28, 7:30 p.m.
The fabulous Miami String Quartet returns to our Series for a performance of the beloved string quartet repertoire featuring works of Haydn, Mendelssohn, and Schulhoff. According to the New York Times, this ensemble has "Everything one wants in a quartet: a rich, precisely balanced sound, a broad coloristic palette, real unity of interpretive purpose and seemingly unflagging energy."
Atlantic Brass Quintet
December 10, 7:30 p.m.
Winners of multiple awards, this internationally acclaimed ensemble is the resident brass quintet of Boston University, the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, and the Boston Conservatory. In this delightful evening they present a colorful and festive program of early music gems and seasonal selections.
November 5, 7 p.m.
The Seton Hall Classical Concert Series presents I Pagliacci. This event is a celebration of story and sound featuring a robust presentation of Leoncavallo's opera in concert version conducted by Jason Tramm with the MidAtlantic Opera Orchestra, the Seton Hall University Chorus, and soloists from the Martha Cardona Theater.
*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