Bay-Atlantic Symphony plays a full program of Mozart

Jed Gaylin, of Baltimore, Md., is the conductor of the Bay-Atlantic Symphony. He is celebrating his 15th year as its music director. Sunday, March, 25, 2012 ( Press of Atlantic City/Danny Drake)

Bay-Atlantic plays Mozart in A.C.’s Dante Hall

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The Bay-Atlantic Symphony has built a concert tonight around one composer. But since that’s the legendary musical giant and writing machine named Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, it’s hard to go wrong. Jed Gaylin will direct the Bay-Atlantic — the official orchestra in residence at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, which also operates Dante Hall Theater now — through Mozart’s classic “Clarinet Concerto in A major” and his 29th Symphony. The featured soloist is the orchestra’s principal clarinetist, Christopher Di Santo, who also has a Stockton link: He’s a music professor at the Galloway Township-based college.

If You Go: Tickets are $22. Dante Hall is at 14 N. Mississippi Ave., Atlantic City. For more details, see or call 609-347-2162.

Martin DeAngelis

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