Around the World with CPNJ, the annual Awards Dinner and Silent Auction of the Capital Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey, will be held on Saturday, February 8 at 6:00 p.m. at the Trenton Country Club. The honored guests are Schuyler & Lisa Morehouse, Carolyn Stetson, and Bill & Lydia Keephart, all of whom have been staunch supporters and volunteers for the “CPNJ” and the community at large.

A fun part of the evening will be a Silent Auction of luxury vacations to fantastic destinations around the world! The price of cocktails, dinner & dessert is $125.00 per person, and the hosts ask that you make reservations by today, February 1. Mail check to CPNJ, PO Box 7683, Trenton, NJ 08628. PayPal and credit card payments are available on their website: or by calling 215.493.1111.

Keith Spencer

This year there will be a special appearance by the incomparable Keith Spencer, vocalist extraordinaire, who will be the lead concert artist for “Brothers on Broadway” at the Patriot Theater in the Trenton War Memorial on Saturday, February 22. Another unique offering by the creative Capital Philharmonic Orchestra.

The spectacular Patriots Theater and the Capital Philharmonic Orchestra

The CPNJ tells the tale of its history and mission: “The Capital Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey was  founded in the fall of 2013 in a quest to make Trenton a proud, culturally integrated, musical beacon of renewal. We believe that Trenton deserves investments in cultural leadership for our kids and seniors, our business community, our educators, and our civic entrepreneurs.  Even in this short time, these groups have embraced our vision and awarded us sponsorships, partnerships, publicity, board service, and concert attendance. Our mission ‘to change lives and enhance quality of life’ by providing Trenton and its surrounding communities with a locally-based ‘high quality professional symphony orchestra’ is unfolding successfully. We are now embarking on our 7th season, promising more unique concert experiences as presented by our innovative Music Director, Maestro Daniel Spalding. We hope to see you there!”

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