Giveaway: Family 4-Pack to NJSO Athletes of the Orchestra

WINNER: Congratulations to ikriegsman!  

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) in Newark, NJ is comprised of some of the country’s finest musicians. In addition to offering innovative and excellent programs for adults, NJSO offers a Family Series for children and their grown-ups.

The NJSO Family Series offers interactive programs that help children discover instruments and learn great stories through music. Each show also offers a Pre-Concert Adventure that takes place in the lobby an hour before each concert. Children can learn more about the music, participate in fun activities, play games and meet NJSO musicians. Concerts are held at NJPAC and a series of three family concerts can be purchased at only $30 per person. That’s just $10 each.

Thanks to the generosity of New Jersey Symphony Orchestra we have a Family 4-pack of tickets to the Family Series Concert Athletes of The Orchestra on Saturday, November 26 at 2 pm. The sports-themed show is described as, “The big game is on—meet all the teams of the Orchestra and cheer on your favorite! Will it be the strings, brass, woodwinds or percussion that wins the day? “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” Olympic fanfares and classics from Mozart and Mussorgsky will make it feel like you’re sitting on the third-base line with a hot dog and your favorite beverage.”

To enter keep reading…

Simply tell us your favorite composer in the comment section. I’m a fan of Mozart, while my 7-year-old is nuts for Beethoven.  One person who replies to this post by 11:59 pm EST by Wednesday, November 23, 2011, will be chosen at random to win the Family 4-pack to NJSO Athletes of The Orchestra show on Saturday, November 26 at 2 pm. Please post only once.

No purchase necessary. Starts Tuesday, November 22, 2011, 7 am EST and ends Wednesday, November 23, 2011, at 11:59 pm. Open to U.S. residents ages 16 years and older. Void where prohibited.

Good luck!

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  1. You’ll be glad to know, nausikaa, that the program will include selections from Dvorak’s Athletic Dances, and the anchor leg of his New World (Olympics) Symphony.

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