#b#Jazz#/b#

#b#College of New Jersey#/b#

Music Building, Ewing, 609-771-2585, www.tcnj.edu.

TCNJ Jazz Ensemble. $10 to $15. Thursday, November 17.

#b#Falcon Productions#/b#

Stockton Inn, 1 Main Street, Stockton, 609-397-1250, www.falconproductions.biz.

Delaware River Bluesfest. Kal David, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Don Mayer Band, Hoochie Cooch with Paul Plumeri, Joe Zook, Greg Simon, and Bob Marsley; David Coppa, John Beacher, and more. $35 and $40. Sunday, September 18.

#b#Lawrence Library#/b#

Darrah Lane and Route 1, Lawrence Township, 609-989-6920, www.mcl.org.

50th Birthday Celebration. Launch party for the celebration begins with an outdoor concert by the Paul Plumeri Blues Band. Vintage car show. Balloon animals by Ange Chianese. Refreshments available for purchase. Bring a chair or blanket. Inside if it rains. Friday, September 16.

#b#McCarter Theater (Matthews)#/b#

91 University Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787, www.mccarter.org.

SF Jazz Collective. The music of Stevie Wonder. $20 to $58. Wednesday, October 5.

#b#Mercer College#/b#

Kelsey Theater, West Windsor, 609-570-3735, www.mccc.edu.

MCCC Choral Concert. Free. Tuesday, December 13.

MCCC Jazz Band. Concert featuring improvisations with small groups and the full band. Free. Wednesday, December 14.

#b#Monroe Public Library#/b#

4 Municipal Plaza, Monroe, 732-521-5000, www.monroetwplibrary.org.

John Bianculli and Friends. Evening of music with John Bianculli and friends. Refreshments. $14. Friday, October 14.

#b#Princeton University Concerts#/b#

Richardson Auditorium, 609-258-9220, www.princeton.edu/utickets.

Jazz Ensembles. “In Case You Haven’t Heard” featuring Jonny King, Class of 1987, with Ed Howard on bass and Victor Lewis on drums. $15. Saturday, October 15.

Jazz Ensembles. “Swingin’ in the Ivy League” featuring music from the jazz programs at Columbia and Princeton universities. $15. Saturday, December 3.

#b#Raritan Valley Community College#/b#

Route 28, North Branch, 908-725-3420, www.rvccarts.edu.

Club 28. Dave Leonhardt Trio in a cabaret setting. $10 and $30. Friday, December 16.

#b#South Brunswick Arts Commission#/b#

South Brunswick Municipal Complex, 540 Route 522, Monmouth Junction, 732-329-4000.

Jazz Cafe. Dom DeFrancesco Quintet featuring DeFrancesco on saxophone. $6 includes refreshments. Friday, October 14.

Jazz Cafe. Enrico Granafei Quartet. $6 includes refreshments. Friday, November 4.

Jazz Cafe. David Aaron Swing Sound features Aaron on the clarinet. $6 includes refreshments. Friday, December 9.

#b#State Theater#/b#

15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 732-246-7469, www.StateTheatreNJ.org.

The Larry Coryell Trio. Backstage Jazz Club at the New Jersey Blues and Jazz Festival. Jazz rock guitarist with “The Montgomery Project: Tales from the Montgomery Bus Boycott.” $55 to $85. Friday, September 23.

Tito Puente Jr. Orchestra. Backstage Jazz Club at the New Jersey Blues and Jazz Festival. 11-piece orchestra focuses on Latin jazz. $55 to $85, Saturday, September 24.

Eliane Elias. Backstage Jazz Club at the New Jersey Blues and Jazz Festival. $55 to $85. Sunday, September 25.

Dave Kos and Friends. “A Smooth Jazz Christmas.” $32 to $52. Wednesday, December 7.

#b#World Music#/b#

#b#India Foundation of Metropolitan Princeton#/b#

WW-P High School North, Plainsboro, 609-297-7116, www.ifmpnj.org.

Navratri Raas Garba Celebration. Dance to live Indian music during the festival of nine nights in which the goddess of Shakti is worshiped. Garba is a traditional Indian dance, lessons available. Music by Hidden Gems. $9. Refreshments available. Saturday, October 1, and Sunday, October 9.

#b#Integral Yoga of Princeton#/b#

613 Ridge Road, Monmouth Junction, 732-274-2410, www.integralyogaprinceton.org.

Kirtan Concerts. Ron and Jayadeva. Register. Friday, September 16. Also, Russill Paul performs. Register. $25. Saturday, October 1.

Makhelat Hamercaz Jewish Choir

220 South 6th Avenue, Highland Park, 732-548-2238, www.mercazchoir.org.

Contemporary Jewish Music. Open rehearsal. No audition. Sunday, September 18.

#b#McCarter Theater#/b#

Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University, 609-258-2787, www.mccarter.org.

The Tallis Scholars. “A Program for the Christmas Season” in association with Princeton University Concerts by the rock stars of Renaissance vocal music. Note location. $20 to $54. Monday, December 12.

Berlind Theater, 91 University Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787, www.mccarter.org.

Jake Shimabukuro. “The Ukelele: Reimagined” includes pop tunes, American songbook standards, and originals. $45 and up. Monday, December 19.

Matthews Theater, 91 University Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787, www.mccarter.org.

Yamato. Japanese Taiko drum ensemble. $33 to $46. Thursday, November 10.

#b#Princeton Center for Yoga & Health#/b#

50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 506, Skillman, 609-924-7294, www.princetonyoga.com.

West African Drumming Workshop. Sharon Silverstein presents djembe drumming workshop, $20; community drumming circle at 8 p.m., $15. $30 for both. Saturdays, September 17, October 15, and December 17.

#b#Raritan Valley Community College#/b#

Route 28, North Branch, 908-725-3420, www.rvccarts.edu.

Eileen Ivers’ An Nollaig: An Irish Christmas. Christams from Ireland. $25 and $35. Saturday, December 17.

#b#State Theater#/b#

15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 732-246-7469, www.StateTheatreNJ.org.

Shen Yun Performing Arts. Classical Chinese Dance. Tour of Chinese history and culture presented through dance and all-original orchestral compositions. $60 to $130. Friday, October 28.

The Irish Tenors Christmas. Irish music and holiday songs with Finbar Wright, Anthony Kearns, and Ronan Tynan with a 30 piece orchestra. $32 to $97. Wednesday, December 21.

#b#Pop#/b#

#b#Bob Egan’s New Hope#/b#

Ramada Hotel, 6426 Lower York Road, New Hope, PA, 215-862-5225, www.bobegansnewhope.com.

Darren Williams. Tribute to Peter Allen presented by the Australian performer. $30 plus $15 in food or drink. Saturday, September 17.

#b#Bristol Riverside Theater#/b#

120 Radcliff Street, Bristol, PA, 215-785-0100, www.brtstage.org.

Larry Gatlin. Concert by American country singer-songwriter. $30 and up. Friday and Sunday, September 16 and 18.

Chita Rivera. “My Broadway” concert features Broadway legend with selections from her most celebrated musicals accompanied by her musical trio. $50 and up. Friday to Sunday, September 23 to 25.

#b#Mercer County Symphonic Band#/b#

Mercer County College, Kelsey Theater, 609-584-9444, www.mccc.edu.

Winter Concert. Classics, contemporary music, and traditional marches including “Stars and Stripes Forever.” Free. Wednesday, December 21.

#b#New Hope Winery#/b#

6123 Lower York Road, New Hope, PA, 215-794-2331, www.newhopewinery.com.

Susan Werner. $25. Saturday, September 17.

Suzy Bogguss. $32. Thursday, September 22.

Jeffrey Gaines. $25. Saturday, September 24.

Raul Malo. Music from his new CD, “Sinners & Saints.” $45. Thursday to Saturday, September 29 to October 1.

Al Stewart and Michael Tearson. $35 to $45. Sunday, October 2.

Tusk with Fleetwood Mac Tribute. $25. Tuesday, October 4.

Tusk. Fleetwood Mac tribute. $27. Saturday, October 15.

Steve Forbert. $27. Saturday, October 22.

Graham Parker. $30 to $40. Friday, October 28.

Richard Shindell. $35. Saturday, October 29.

Tracy Grammer. $17. Saturday, November 5.

Bob Mould and the Refugees. $35 to $45. Sunday, November 6.

Ellis Paul and Peyton Tochterman. $25 to $35. Saturday, November 12.

Peter Tork (of the Monkees) and Shoe Suede Blues. $30 to $40. Friday, November 25.

Gary Lewis & the Playboys and Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas. $45 to $55. Saturday, November 26.

The Roches. Suzy and Maggie Roche with a holiday twist. $30 to $40. Saturday, December 3.

Johnny Winter Band. $45 to $55. Friday, December 16.

#b#Patriots Theater at the War Memorial#/b#

Memorial Drive, Trenton, 609-984-8400, www.tickets.com.

Peter Nero and the Philly Pops. Tenth anniversary concert to benefit the Foundation of Morris Hall/St. Lawrence. $35 to $85. Saturday, October 1.

#b#Princeton Garden Statesmen#/b#

Cranbury Inn, Cranbury, 609-799-8218, www.princetongardenstatesmen.com.

Champagne Holiday Buffet. Champagne, eggs benedict, carving station, dessert table, and more. Holiday a capella show in four-part harmony. Register. $58. Sunday, December 4.

#b#State Theater#/b#

15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 732-246-7469, www.StateTheatreNJ.org.

Tommy Emmanuel. A native of Australia, Emmanuel presents a finger-style guitar concert. $20 to $45. Saturday, September 17.

Billy Branch and the Sons of Blues. New Jersey Blues and Jazz Festival on stage. Bluesmen Billy Branch, Dan Coscarely, Nick Charles, Mose Rutues, and more. $40 to $65. Thursday, September 22.

Marinsky Orchestra. Valery Gergiev conducts. $36 to $58. Tuesday, October 4.

Living Legends of Rock ‘N’ Roll. Tramps Like Us performs the music of Bruce Springsteen & the E-Street Band. Elevation performs the music of U2. Voyage performs the music of Journey. Bad Medicine performs the music of Bon Jovi. $39 to $75. Saturday, October 15.

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood. New Brotherhood songs as well as Robinson’s hits with the Black Crowes. $22 to $40. Friday, October 21.

The Rat Pack is Back. $25 to $57. Saturday and Sunday, October 22 and 23.

‘S Wonderful: The New Gershwin Musical. Celebration of the music and lyrics of George and Ira Gershwin features more than 40 classic hits including “Rhapsody in Blue” and “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off.” $25 to $45. Sunday, October 30.

Paul Anka. “Christmas My Way.” Tuesday, November 1.

The Fab Faux. Beatles cover band. $40 to $110. Saturday, November 5.

Dark Star Orchestra. “Fly Through the Night” fall tour recreating the Grateful Dead experience. $27 to $36. Tuesday, November 22.

The Beach Boys Christmas. The boys are back with their most famous hits as well as holiday favorites. $35 to $75. Saturday, December 3.

Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra and the Pied Pipers. “A Christmas Gift.” $32 to $52. Sunday, December 4.

Brian Stokes Mitchell. “Home for the Holidays” with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. $20 to $85. Friday, December 9.

Kenny Rogers. “Christmas and Hits.” $38 to $52. Monday, December 19.

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