Music, Books, and More

From 11 am until 5pm on December 9, a mix of holiday and  classical music and show tunes will be provided by LSO musicians at or adjacent to Barnes and Noble by groups including violin and cello duos, clarinet duos,  flute quartet, guitar, and a brass quintet.  In exchange for some  holiday shopping ambiance, Barnes and Noble of Livingston Mall, Eisenhower Turnpike, Livingston will donate to the orchestra  a percentage of sales from any customers that mention the Livingston Symphony before  checkout time at the register.  Monies go to the non-profit orchestra’s operating expenses and annual young artist’s concerto scholarship  competition.  Vouchers can also be found at the Livingston Senior Community Center on 204 Hillside Ave. Livingston, or downloaded from the orchestra’s website, www.lsonj.org.

Contact Information
  1. Jilda Sidebottom
  2. (973)263-5760
  3. jildaside@optonline.net
Sat, December 09
11:00 am — 5:00 pm
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From 11 am until 5pm on December 9, a mix of holiday and classical music and show tunes will be provided by LSO musicians at or adjacent to Barnes and Noble by groups including violin and cello duos, clarinet duos, flute quartet, guitar, and a brass quintet. In exchange for some holiday shopping ambiance, Barnes and Noble of Livingston Mall, Eisenhower Turnpike, Livingston will donate to the ...

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