Category: Great Performances


Video taken of various performance artists at different Madison Arts and Cultural Alliance events.

The Tempest thunders to life at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

The Tempest thunders to life at  The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

MADISON, NJ — The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s 52nd Season opens with The Tempest, Shakespeare’s final great work. Performances begin May 28th and continue through June 22nd at the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre, 36 Madison Ave. (at Lancaster Road) in Madison.   Individual tickets are now on sale and can be purchased by calling the Box Office at 973-408-5600 or by visiting www.ShakespeareNJ.org.  Performances are

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Bach’s St. John Passion

Bach’s St. John Passion

 On Saturday, March 22, 2014 • 8:00 pm The Masterwork Chorus presents- Bach’s St. John Passion Pre-Concert Lecture by Andrew Megill • 7:00 pm Dorothy Young Center for the Arts Drew University, Madison, NJ Individual Tickets: $35 - $75  Click here to Purchase Tickets  The culmination of Bach’s work as a church musician was reached in his Passions according to St. John and St. Matthew. These two works represent the apogee of Passion settings in oratorio style; they are among Read More

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Russian Twilight

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Russian Twilight

Join us on Monday evening, March 17th, for the final performance by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center of the 2013-2014 concert season at The Concert Hall at Drew University in Madison, NJ.  At the turn of the 19th century, Russian composers perhaps best exemplified the full-throttled emotion that characterized the Romantic period. Escher String Quartet SCRIABIN Five preludes for piano, op. 16 (1894-95) RACHMANINOV Two Movements for Read More

da Camera Concerts at Drew:Quodlibet Ensemble

da Camera Concerts at Drew:Quodlibet Ensemble

Saturday, February 22, 8pm Pre-concert conversation at 7:15 pm Founded in 2008, the Quodlibet Ensemble is a group of unique, highly accomplished, and dedicated musicians seeking to inspire audiences by exploring the endless possibilities of an abundant musical spectrum. The group takes its name from the Latin for “what pleases.” This program will feature works by Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713), paying tribute to the art of Read More