• Apr 2 , 2020
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NJSO presents Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony - POSTPONED

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra will postpone several shows, including its Thursday, April 2, 2020 performance at bergenPAC.

Plans to reschedule these concerts, if possible, will be announced at a later date. Your tickets will be honored at the rescheduled date.

If you or someone you know purchased tickets directly from the NJSO, please visit njsymphony.org/coronavirus for information on how your tickets will be handled. 



After making a splash in his superb Metropolitan Opera debut last season, Hungarian conductor Henrik Nánási makes his first NJSO appearance with a masterpiece from his homeland and a favorite Romantic symphony.

BARTÓK Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta

A daring 20th-century masterpiece! Revel in the sounds of the NJSO strings, accentuated by keyboard and percussion—writing so evocative that Stanley Kubrick famously used it in The Shining.

TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 5

Critics of Tchaikovsky’s day crushed this new symphony (“a horde of demons struggling in a torrent of brandy,” wrote one), and even the composer said, “It is a failure.” But its hypnotic melodies and triumphant mood turned the Fifth into an audience favorite.

Event Times

  • April 2, 2020 7:30 PM Add

Group Sales

Group sales discounts vary on a show by show basis and some artist restrictions may apply. Group discounts are available ONLY through our group sales manager. Please contact [email protected] or 201-816-8160, ext. 22 for more information.