Music is a medium which has brought civilizations together for millennia. Beyond just a tune to help us pass the time, the music of a bygone era is emblematic of the times from which they reign. Although the genres, styles, and motifs have changed over the years, what remains the same is the power this art form holds in bringing people together. To celebrate the art of music and its many moments throughout the generations, please join the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey for their latest performance, “Brass Quartet: Bach to Broadway and Beyond”.

On Sunday, January 28th, you are invited to join the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey for a stirring evening of song. The concert will begin at 3pm at St. Mary Byzantine Catholic Church, located at 202 Grand St, Trenton, NJ 08611. This compelling compilation of songs will be led by CPNJ and Philly POPS trumpeter, Bob Gravener. Other featured musicians for the performance include Alex Schmauk, Trumpet, Matthew Gould, Trombone, and Alexander Costantino, Tuba. The evening’s selections will include a whole host of beloved classics, including selections from Gabrieli, Bach, The Man of La Mancha, Caruso, and more! A beautifully curated musical retrospective, attendees will no doubt have the perfect soundtrack to score this afternoon of exploration.

If you are interested in attending, tickets can be purchased in advanced, linked here: CPNJ – eTix. General admission seating is available for $25 per person. Student pricing is also available for $10 per ticket. Please do note that the prices listed here do not account for any taxes or applicable fees. If you have any questions regarding the ticketing process or would like any help securing your seats, please contact the Capital Philharmonic team at 800-514-3849 for further assistance.

This program is presented by the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey, Trenton’s premier professional orchestra. A tremendous investment into our community, the CPNJ has taken great pride in its role as a transformative driver of economic development in the region. From beloved classics and standards to tunes from off the beaten path, no matter what your favorite genre is, you’re certain to wowed by what you discover. For more information on this and other upcoming performances by the CPNJ, please visit their website, linked here: CPNJ – Home.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the remainder of the Capital Philharmonic’s 2023-2024 season, please contact the CPNJ team at or 609-200-0443 for additional assistance. The CPNJ will be striking up the band before you know it, so be sure to snag your tickets now for the perfect way to kick off your 2024 concert calendar.

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