Concerts


Myrick-organ11Music at St. Mary’s Presents: Battle of the Pipe Organs: Deibert vs. McCarthy

Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017, 4PM

David McCarthy, organist and composer, and Christopher Deibert, organ recitalist and Executive Director of the Music at St. Mary’s concert series, will once again present their highly acclaimed “Dueling Organ Improvisation Recital” at 4 pm on October 15, 2017 at St. Mary’s Church, 256 Augusta St., South Amboy.

The event is part of the Music at St. Mary’s concert series. McCarthy and Deibert will once again join forces to battle it out on the church’s historic 1883 Jardine pipe organ. The performers, who will create on-the-spot improvisations together from material submitted by the audience, also will also present masterworks from their repertoire. All Music at St. Mary’s concerts are open to the public with a free will donation only.

Suggested donation is $15. For more information, call 732-721-0179.

************************

who loves you 1WHO LOVES YOU…A TRIBUTE TO FRANKIE VALLI AND THE FOUR SEASONS

Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, 7:30PM
All Tickets $35 – BUY TICKETS
PLUS! A MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO DION WITH A SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO THE GREAT GIRL GROUPS OF THE 50’S & 60’S

What can be better than having the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons live? It is the finest music ever heard marking its generation. WHO LOVES YOU consists of four young, hot Broadway veterans, who re-create the music and stories of the great era of The Four Seasons, and other great artists of that era such as Dion and the Belmonts, The Big Bopper, The Righteous Brothers, and much more. With the choreography, staging, and melodious harmonies, your audience will be clapping and singing along to these most memorable hits. Songs like: Sherry, Runaround Sue, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Walk Like A Man, Teenager In Love, and of course Who Loves You – all smash hits, changed musical history forever. This group will take you back to the 50s, 60s, and 70s capturing all those great songs of its time.

Directions to Community Theater of South Amboy
From Bordentown Ave: Make a right at the traffic light onto S. Broadway. Follow to stop sign (see YMCA across the street). At stop sign turn left onto John T. O’Leary Blvd. – cross railroad tracks. On the left you will see a chain link fence and a field…that is the back of the school campus. Follow the road around the left curve and turn left into the parking lot. Theater is located around the back of the buildings. It has its own parking lot and entrance.
From Main St: Drive through downtown area all the way on Broadway. Go through traffic light on S. Broadway. Follow to stop sign (see YMCA across the street). At stop sign turn left onto John T. O’Leary Blvd. – cross railroad tracks. On the left you will see a chain link fence and a field…that is the back of the school campus. Follow the road around the left curve and turn left into the parking lot. Theater is located around the back of the buildings. It has its own parking lot and entrance.

***************************

Music at St. Mary’s presents:  The City Winds Trio

Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017, 4PM

The City Winds Trio, comprised of Flute, Oboe and Piano, have performed in many distinguished concert series throughout the East Coast, including in New York City, the chamber series of The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, Riverside Church, Saint Paul’s Chapel and Trinity Church, Columbia University and Saint Peter’s Church. In addition to performing music from the traditional classical repertory, the City Winds Trio also regularly performs their ever-popular Scott Joplin Ragtime concert. All Music at St. Mary’s concerts are open to the public with a free will donation only. Suggested donation is $15.

For more information, call 732-721-0179

****************************

For more information, call South Amboy ARTS at 732.316.0222 or email info@southamboyarts.org