Mallery Concert Series Offers Free Noontime Performances

The annual Mallery Concert Series at Rutgers–Camden will offer a wide range of free lunchtime performances throughout the fall.

All performances will be held on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. in the Mallery Room.

Oct 1:                   Gabriel Schaff, violin, and Leslie Frost, piano

Oct. 8:                  Bradley Burgess, piano

Oct. 15:                Rita Mitsel, oboe, and Anastasia Seifetdinova, piano

Oct. 22:                Molly-Vivian Huang, piano

Oct. 29:                Aaron Irwin Quartet

Nov. 5:                 Diane Goldsmith, piano, and Vivian Barton-Dozer, cello

Nov. 12:               Alessandra Tiraterra, piano

Nov. 19:               Copeland String Quartet

Dec. 3:                  Joan and Israel Gerver Memorial Concert, featuring Candance Chien, piano; Nicholas Pappone, violin, and Eric Huckins, horn

The concerts are presented by the Rutgers–Camden Department of Fine Arts and directed by Joseph Schiavo, associate dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. For more information, call (856) 225-6176.

Tom McLaughlin
Rutgers University–Camden
Editorial/Media Specialist
(856) 225-6545
thomas.mclaughlin@camden.rutgers.edu

Other News Stories

September 29, 2014

As the new school year gets underway, a group of community leaders and stakeholders in Cumberland County is keeping a keen eye on the prime hotspots for juvenile crime: the schools.

September 19, 2014
As anyone who has been near the heart of any of the Rutgers University Campuses this month knows, it is the human element that makes them feel so vibrant and alive. You can feel the energy. It starts with our students—with more than 67,000 undergraduate and graduate students now at Rutgers.
September 18, 2014
From historic RCA Victor recordings to the soundtracks of daily life, the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts will showcase the rich, audible heritage of its host city as it presents the exhibition “Sounds of Camden.”
September 12, 2014

For aspiring authors in the Delaware Valley, the first chapter to literary success begins at Rutgers University–Camden, as the nation’s top authors, poets, editors and publishers once again visit

Pages