CALENDAR OF EVENTS
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities act, the Newark School of the Arts is committed to serving all patrons. If you need special arrangements, please call the office at 973-642-0133 two weeks in advance and we will do our best to accommodate you. Most events and performances are free and open to the public.
Community Open House/ Family Picnic
Saturday, September 14, 2019
We're kicking off our Fall Semester with our annual Open house and family picnic.
Come explore classes all day, meet our instructors, enjoy a free lunch and hear some announcements regarding all of the exciting things to look forward to in the upcoming months.
The inaugural Newark PorchFest is a celebration of community arts taking place in Newark's Forest Hill Historic District on Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 1-5 pm.
Organized by the Forest Hill Community Association, our FREE family-friendly event will have amateur
and professional artists (both performing and visual) volunteering to showcase their talents. The event will also benefit the Newark School of the Arts.
Residents from Forest Hill will make their porches available to serve as community stages to
accommodate the artists. Come participate and visit stages across the neighborhood to enjoy a
full afternoon of entertainment, activities, food, and fun for the whole family.
The offices at the Newark School of the Arts will be closed for summer recess from:
Monday, August 5, 2019 to Friday August 16, 2019.
The school will reopen on Monday, August 19, 2019 for office registration in preparation for our Fall programming, which begins on Monday, September, 9, 2019.
Early-bird registration is open, so make sure to secure your spot today!
We hope that everyone has had a vibrant and relaxing summer for of fun, sun and the arts!!
This year, our annual spring music concert features the works of the great American Composer, Richard Rodgers. Our Music Department's faculty and students are planning to perform an assortment of pieces dedicated to the late artist in various music disciplines.
Adult tickets are $15
Student tickets $10
Order your tickets today!!
For more information please contact the office
This year, our annual spring dance concert is titled, "Live Music and Dance Celebration". We are planning a memorable, collaborative, and sophisticated experience inspired by the live music of our Music Department's faculty and students. Carrying over from the theme of our gala and setting the trend of displaying the synergy of the arts, we're very excited to keep the fire going. Featuring performances by composers Patricio Molina, Marilia Caputo, Tom Price and others!
Adult tickets are $18 ($20 at the door)
Student tickets $12 ($15 at the door)
Order your tickets today!!
For more information please contact the office!
Join us on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at Newark School of the Arts Soundstage for our annual Spring Picnic!
This year is very special as we will be featuring our new community partners from the Newark Police Department’s 5th Precinct and our friends from Integrity House. We will be celebrating our new community engagement task force initiative that hosts their meetings at our school. We have been very honored and motivated by all of the support of the various community organizations that have joined us all in a mission to improve the quality of life for the area and create a voice directly connected with local enforcement/ public service officers. This free event is a thank you to our families and to our community in which we aim to serve.
There will be a live DJ, a live art exhibition, guest performances, cop karaoke, a dance contest, food and plenty of fun for everyone!
This is a picnic you don’t want to miss!!
For more information, please contact Richard Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 973.642.0133.
In collaboration with NJPAC and our wonderful sponsors in which the scholarship is named, our music scholars will be performing in their end-of-the-year recital in NJPAC's Chase Room. This is always a lovely event, and it is an opportunity for everyone to experience the quality of these especially talented young student performers.
The reception begins at 6 pm and the performance at 7 pm.
For more information please contact:
conservatory director, Patricio Molina at email@example.com
Try out today for a chance for a full year of scholarship from our dance department!
The Newark School of the Arts Dance Department is excited to see you perform! Please come prepared with a 2-3 min routine and to participate in a short masterclass on technique.
The Garden State has produced great talent. Explore the music from composers that have won Grammys, Pulitzer Prizes and more. Performers are Grier Conservatory students and faculty from the Newark School of the Arts. The event will be followed by a reception.
To purchase your tickets, please follow the link below:
Don't miss this opportunity to meet world famous music director, Ray Chew. A leader performs at the helm of award winning musical events with the world's most popular artists. Ray also serves as music director for ABC's "Dancing with The Stars" giving his music takes on current and classic hits. He also previously Ray served as music director for Fox's American Idol.
Ray's work with orchestras as a conductor and a composer has carried him to prestigious venues all over the world. From the Hollywood Bowl in L.A. to the Nobel Peace Prize broadcast in Norway, Ray's in-demand sound can be found on various television and film scores.
Saturday May 11 | 12 p.m.- 3 p.m.
Newark School of the Arts
89 Lincoln Park, Newark NJ
Tickets are $25 for adults
Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with colorful and sumptuous Latin American piano music from Mexico, Chile, Brazil and Argentina. With pianists Marilia Caputo, Patricio Molina, piano students of NSA and our special guest, Steinway artist, Rutgers professor and CME director Min Kwon.
The Jeffrey Carollo and Frank Calabrese Music Scholarship Program provides financial assistance for students ages 18 and under from New Jersey to study classical music privately at Newark School of the Arts. Lessons are offered in voice, piano, strings, woodwinds and select brass. Students take classes in music theory and have performance opportunities throughout the year.
Sign up to audition!
Call 862.414.4407 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information: newarkschoolofthearts.org/cconservatory-division/
Patricio Molina, Associate Director, Conservatory Division
email@example.com • 862.414.4407
Newark School of the Arts
Tomorrow’s Stars Tonight
Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 6:00 pm
49 Washington Street, Newark, NJ
Festive Business Attire
Complimentary On-site Parking
Artistic Honoree, Ray Chew
Award-winning Music Director;
Music Director, ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars”
Corporate Partner, Darrell K. Terry, Sr., MHA, MPH, FACHE
President and Chief Executive Officer, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of New Jersey
TOMORROW’S STARS TONIGHT CO-CHAIRS
Elois Gwendolyn Rogers-Phillips, MD
SPONSORSHIPS, TICKETS AND ADS AVAILABLE!
For more information or with questions, call Carmen Santos-Robson (973) 642-0133 or Erica Renz (973) 671-8554
Thank you to our Sponsors
Kathy and Mark Grier
Ray and Vivian Chew
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center/RWJBarnabas Health
Inter-Atlantic Management Services, LLC
McCarter & English, LLP
Newark School of the Arts is supported in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.
Featuring performances by:
Conservatory Students from the Newark School of the Arts
Patrick Pan, Harvard College alumnus, pianist
Patricio Molina, pianist, composer and conductor
Reception: Meet the performers after the show
Buy tickets now:
Harvard Club of NJ members $10
Free of charge for children under 18 years old
Any question, please contact Miriam Nolan at firstname.lastname@example.org
order tickers here or through our website here
Secured parking provided at the Newark School of the Arts.
The piano is known to be the instrument capable of simulating all the sounds of an orchestra. Its power has inspired great music across time and all genres. Two of the greatest pianists in the Jazz and Classical fields talk about their view of the instrument in the context of their specialty.
Join us on the day of our “Bring A Friend” as we collaborate with the Harlem Chamber Players to present a Family Concert including Ashley Jackson (harp), Julietta Curenton (flute) and Amadi Azikiwe (viola). This peformance has become an annual mainstay of the partnership between NSA and the HCP and we strongly encourage all of our families to enjoy these wonderful performers.
Join us as Newark native and esteemed visual artist, Hathula Nevling, showcases her artwork that has been up for display for the past month for everyone’s enjoyment. Ms. Nevling will be present to interact and do some storytelling about the process behind her work.
Grace Church 950 Broad Street, Newark NJ 07102
Department presents the culmination of an entire semester's hard work. Come share this experience as we display our talents to a jazzy rendition of Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite, featuring music of Glenn Miller and Duke Ellington's Orchestra, as well as the a capella holiday sounds of Penatonix and other artists. Advance tickets are on sale now at the school: $12.00 adults and $7.00 for children under the age of 13. Tickets will also be available at the door on the day of the performance, one hour before the show for $15.00 and $10.00
Sunday, November 11 @ 3PM - 6PM!
Newark School of the Arts (New Hall) - 89 Lincoln Park
The Jeffrey Carollo and Frank Calabrese Music Scholarship Program provides financial assistance for students ages 18 and under, from New Jersey, to study classical music privately at Newark School of the Arts
Lessons are offered in voice, piano,strings,woodwinds and select brass. Students take classes in music theory and have performance opportunities though the year.
SIGN UP TO AUDITION!!
Contact Patricio Molina, Associate Director, Conservatory Division at Newark School of the Arts.
Call 862.414.4407 or email email@example.com
Generous support of this program is provided by the MCJ Amelior Foundation.
Additional support for this program is provided by the Harold I. & Faye B. Liss Foundation
Our conservatory director, Patricio Molina will be giving a talk about music as it trascends and evolves over time and will be giving a few examples during this lecture. As part of his Master’s thesis, Patricio’s approach and perspectives will help students, music teachers, composers, performers, and music lovers everywhere understand and appreciate music from a new perspective.
Newark School of the Arts is happy and proud to be part of the welcoming activities for Credibility Capital, a new company that recently moved to Hahne' Building in Newark. Students from the conservatory and faculty will take part in the opening on November 8 with performances proudly showcasing the reason why Credibility Capital chose Newark as their new home. The unparalleled artistic energy of Newark will be in full display.