The Wind Symphony of Southern Jersey, a dynamic woodwind, brass and percussion ensemble, will perform live on the Burlington County Library stage on Sunday, May 7 beginning at 2 pm. Registration is not required.
Founded in 1965 by renowned clarinetist, composer and arranger Lucien Cailliet as the Cherry Hill Symphonic Band, this 42-piece orchestra will entertain the library audience with its own updated versions of classic rock songs, big band tunes, pop favorites and new compositions.
The orchestra which includes members from New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware – more than half of them music teachers – has performed throughout the Delaware Valley, earning a large, loyal following. With a repertoire that includes a diverse range of styles, the group performs at a variety of outdoor venues during the summer, highlighted by two concerts at the Rotary Bandstand in Cape May.
Seating for this special library performance will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. (Please note: the Burlington County Library Auditorium has a strict seating capacity of 250 people.)