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Hunterdon Symphony to Open 2017 Summer Concert Season

Hunterdon Symphony violinist Christian Bench at a prior Deer Path Park Pops Concert Credits: Hunterdon Musical Arts

READINGTON, NJ - The Hunterdon Symphony will open the Music Under the Stars concert season at Deer Path Park with a free pops concert on Thursday.

Under the direction of Conductor Lawrence Kursar, along with guests from School of Rock Lehigh Valley, the symphony will perform selections that will include music by The Who, Michael Jackson, The Beatles, and The Moody Blues.

The concert series is presented each summer by the Hunterdon County Division of Parks and Recreation and will begin at 7 p.m.

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Deer Path Park is located at 120 West Woodschurch Rd. here. The series continues each Thursday through August 17.

Jake’s Rockin Country Band will perform on July 6 and the Hunterdon Harmonizers will take the stage on July 13.

Tribute performances will round out the rest of July's events. Jim Barone will offer his Elvis tribute on July 20 and on July 27 The Captain Jack Band will present the music of Billy Joel.

For additional information about scheduled performers and inclement weather location, visit the county's Parks and Recreation website.

Hunterdon Symphony, along with the Hunterdon Choral Union and Music for Youth program, is affiliated with the non-profit organization Hunterdon Musical Arts. For more information, visit

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