Producer Eric Schultz's environmental documentary, Rescuing the River, was aired on NJN and is being distributed nationally. A resident of Trenton, he is a regular contributor to State of the Arts, broadcast Sunday evenings on NJTV.
Summit resident and conductor Susan Haig founded NJ Arts News in 2009. She has produced 26 news features on arts throughout New Jersey which have aired on NJTV's NJ Today, the WBGO Journal, and HomeTowne TV News.
Both producers return to their first vocations - music performance - this Friday when they present a cello-piano concert at Central Presbyterian Church, 70 Maple St., Summit, at 12:15 pm. The free program includes Schubert, Brahms, a tango, Ernest Bloch, and Jerome Kern; sandwiches and coffee/tea are on sale for $5.
A native of Pelham, NY, Eric Schultz trained as a cellist and received a Masters degree in performance from Michigan State University before receiving an MBA from MSU's Eli Broad College of Business. After graduating from Summit High School and Princeton University, Susan Haig received a Masters' degree in Piano and
a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Orchestral Conducting from SUNY Stony Brook.
The public is cordially invited to this free concert in the CPC Spring Concert Series, funded in part by grants from the Summit Area Public Foundation, and the Union County Cultural Heritage Foundation, Board of Chosen Freeholders.