For 50 years, there’s been a lot to love at the Trenton City Museum. To celebrate this momentous milestone, the Trenton City Museum is kicking off its 50th anniversary with an evening of songs dubbed “From Ellarslie with Love.”

On Friday, March 10th, you can enjoy the Tom Chiola Quartet and Jessica Briggs performance at the Trenton City Museum (299 Parkside Ave., Trenton, NJ 08618). Doors will open at 6:30 pm, and the performance will occur from 7:00-10:00 pm. The concert will be held in the art-filled ambiance of the Ellarslie Mansion, making for a charming evening ahead. Tickets are available for museum members and $40 for museum members, and $45 for non-members. Donations are also welcome if you wish to support the work of the Trenton City Museum. You can reserve your tickets online by registering here: Tickets – T.C.M. Drinks and hors d’oeuvres are included with the price of admission.

Guests of this cozy concert can enjoy the classics with selections from the Great American Songbook. In addition, audiences will be serenaded with some of the all-time great love songs, so be sure to bring your special someone for a romantic evening. The Tom Chiola Quartet is no stranger to the Ellarslie Mansion, as Tom is a long-time Trentonian. Jessica Briggs, another accomplished performer in the region, will join Chiola and his talented team. An evening of beloved tunes and vibrant vocals lies ahead, so secure your tickets today.

This concert kicks off 50 years of the Trenton City Museum. The Trenton City Museum has been bringing art, culture, and immersive experiences to the Trenton community for half a century. They boast an impressive collection of memorabilia, artworks, and more, centered around the glorious past of the Capital City. In addition to its historical collection, the museum offers many opportunities for current local artists, performers, and more to put their talents on display.

Per their mission, the Trenton City Museum “…supports the acquisition and conservation of items in the permanent collections and designs and implement arts, educational, and community programming to sustain and enhance the shared cultural life of Trenton and our artists, and to foster aesthetic awareness in fine and decorative arts.” Art is for everyone, and the Trenton City Museum continues to ensure that these resources remain accessible to all community members. The museum is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization, so your support is crucial. If you’re interested in becoming a member of the Trenton City Museum, additional information can be found here: Membership – T.C.M.

March 10th is quickly approaching, so you will want to purchase your tickets soon. If you have any questions before his performance, please get in touch with the Trenton City Museum at (609) 989-1191 or for additional details. It’s been a fantastic half-century at the Ellarslie Mansion, and this upcoming concert will undoubtedly be a great way to kick off the next 50. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this semicentennial celebration; get your tickets today!

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