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Now in our 33nd season of ‘bringing music to people and people to music’, the Hanover Wind Symphony announces its new lineup of exciting performances.

Our season opens on Wednesday, October 25 with Friends Old and New at our home venue, Memorial Junior School in Whippany. Come hear our first music scholarship winner saxophonist Chris Mantell of Randolph play Hartely’s Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Band. Also hear new and familiar favorites. Join us for a post-concert reception to meet all the players.

Mark your calendar for Sunday, December 10 for our annual holiday concert Christmas Presence. It has become a Christmas tradition for both our audience and members. 

On Wednesday, April 25 it’s Brass at the Bickford at the Morris Museum in Morristown which has become our "home away from home" in this intimate venue. 

Join us in Oak Ridge for our Outreach Concert on Wednesday, April 18 at Jefferson Township High School.

We're back home at Memorial Junior School to pay homage to the end of the First World War, 1914 – 1918, with our concert Remembrance on Wednesday, May 23.

Our summer concert series features two exsiting performances. On Wednesday, June 27, join us at the Memorial Junior School for our Indoor Pops concert "Winds Beneath My Wings".  To conclude our season on Tuesday, June 10, join us at Ginty Field for our traditional Outdoor Gazebo concert.  Bring a blanket or a chain and your favorite fare for an evening of music.

Thank you to all who support us through out our season!



The Hanover Wind Symphony supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. 

Funding has been made possible in part by funds from Morris Arts through the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Cultural Arts Committee of Hanover Township.