You’re invited to Patriots Theater, where an evening of music and melody awaits courtesy of the Capital Philharmonic.
On Saturday, April 15th, the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey will host “Latin American Rhythm,” a rarely-experienced concerto featuring guitar and orchestra. The concert will kick off at 7:30 pm at Patriots Theater at the War Memorial at 1 Memorial Dr, Trenton, NJ 08608. Tickets for this performance can be purchased here: Tickets – CPNJ. Tickets are $30-50 depending on the seating section, and $10 tickets are available for students. There are also discounted rates for groups, which you can read more about on the ticketing page. Please note that these prices do not include convenience or handling fees.
This exciting concert brings the rarely-melded melodies of guitar and traditional orchestra to bring the rhythms of Latin America to life. This concert features the music of Joaquin Rodrigo, Arturo Marquez, and Jose Pablo Moncayo. Renowned Peruvian artist David Galve will also join the Capital Philharmonic. This talented musician team will combine rarely-melded music elements to forge a vibrant evening of song.
David Galve is a Lima native who has performed solo and chamber concerts across the United States and South America. Mr. Galvez studied at the National Conservatory of Lima and earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in music at the Manhattan School of Music. When he’s not performing, Mr. Galvez is a guitar professor at the Long Island Conservatory in Long Island, New York. You can check out one of his performances here: David Galvez – YouTube.
The talented team at the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey brings this performance to you. As one of the region’s premier professional orchestras, CPNJ prides itself in bringing world-class musicianship and concerts to the Capital City. Since its founding in 2013, the CPNJ has sought to establish Trenton as a destination for arts and culture. There is no doubt that their mission, “to change lives and enhance the quality of life by providing Trenton and its surrounding communities with a locally-based high-quality professional symphony orchestra,” is at the core of everything they do.
Although the 2022-2023 season may be coming to a close, we are sure another season of excitement is in store for 2023-2024. In addition to their main stage concerts, they also offer a variety of chamber concerts to allow their musicians to play a more expansive repertoire of selections. You can read more about the Capital Philharmonic and stay updated regarding any upcoming events by visiting their website here: Home – CPNJ.
An exciting evening of Latin-American music awaits, so don’t miss your chance to participate in this fantastic performance! If you have any questions before attending, please get in touch with the CPNJ at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 609-200-0443. They also have a contact form, which you can access here: Contact Us – CPNJ. This performance will hit all the right notes, so secure your tickets today!