Jersey Shore Pops presents Music of The Nigh at Middle PAC | Cape May

MIDDLE TOWNSHIP — Linda Gentille and the Jersey Shore Pops will perform “Music of the Night” at 7 p.m. on July 23 at the Middle Township Performing Arts Center.

Offering a special tribute to Broadway legends Andrew Lloyd Webber and Sarah Brightman, the concert will feature internationally acclaimed soprano and pop favorite Jennifer Fair, one of today’s leading performers of classical and contemporary standards. The show will include music from “The Phantom of the Opera“, “Evita” and other Weber/Brightman Broadway favorites.

Fair has performed for various companies, including the Opera Orchestra of New York at Carnegie Hall, the Center for Contemporary Opera, and the Asheville Lyric Opera, among others.

Known as “The Diva Next Door” for her talent and down-to-earth approachability, Fair successfully bridges the gap between classical and popular repertoire. Its breathtaking range coupled with its charm, wit and sophistication has made it a favorite of audiences around the world.

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The conductor and musical director Gentille will also perform several pieces with the Pops orchestra. She is a major attraction in South Jersey when not on tour. When she’s not leading the Jersey Shore Pops, Gentille, an in-demand international artist, organizes music and travels the world with her own big band orchestra on luxury cruise lines and performing arts centers. across the United States. Gentille conducts and performs over 75 concerts each year with hundreds of different musicians across the country. Its unique ability to adapt to various styles of music, from classical to jazz, has made it a sought-after gig in performing arts centers around the world.

All seats are $40. For tickets, visit the Pops website at or call the PAC box office at 609-463-1924. Tickets are also available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at the box office, located at 212 Bayberry at Cape May Court House.

Funding was made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Cape May County Board of County Commissioners through the Cape May County Division of Culture & Legacy.

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