Concerts at the Crossing

Grounds For Sculpture

Keswick Theater

New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Old Barracks Museum

Princeton Folk Music Society

State Theater

Pop and Rock: McCarter Theater

Sovereign Bank Arena

State Theater

Patriots Theater at the War Memorial

New Jersey PAC

Count Basie Theater

Tweeter Center

Wachovia Center

Morristown

World Music: Alphabooks

CAPPS

New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Raritan Valley College

State Theater

Ten Thousand Villages

Jazz: McCarter Theater

Princeton University Concerts

Sovereign Bank Arena

State Theater

New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Rutgers Nicholas Music Center

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Folk Music

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Concerts at the Crossing

Unitarian Church at Washington Crossing, Titusville, 609-406-1424 www.crossingconcerts.com.

Chris Smither. The ninth season opens with folk blues legend Chris Smither in concert. His 11th and most recent album “Train Home” presents seven original songs. A native of New Orleans, he moved north at the tail-end of the 1960s folk revival. Deb Pasternak opens with ballads, waltzes, pop, and jazz. $20; $5 children. Saturday, September 25.

Eszter Balint and Full Frontal Folk. Actress and singer-songwriter Eszter Balint performs. Her second CD, “Mud,” was released last summer. Opening for Balint is Philadelphia’s own all-female vocal group, Full Frontal Folk. $18. Saturday, October 23.

Paul and Storm from DaVinci’s Notebook, Paul Sabourin and Greg “Storm” DiCostanzo of the acappella folk group Da Vinci’s Notebook have formed their own duo. Opening the show is Gina Scipione. $15. Saturday, November 6.

Jim Boggia. Folk-pop performer Boggia is a former member of the Philadelphia-based group 4-Way Street. Opening act is Naked Blue, a.k.a. Jen and Scott Smith. $15. Saturday, December 4.

Beatles Tribute Show. The Kennedys, Tony Trischka, Jim Boggia, and Deb Pasternak perform in the Concerts at the Crossing Second Annual Beatles Tribute Show. Four artists will perform their favorite Beatles tunes. $20. Saturday, February 19.

An Evening with Susan Werner. The Philadelphia-based singer, songwriter, pianist, and guitarist is one of the most riveting performers on the acoustic circuit. Her latest CD, “I Can’t Be New,” is a Great American Songbook flavored release. $20. Saturday, March 19.

Mark Erelli and Patrick Fitzsimmons. Guitarist and singer-songwriter Erelli performs his rootsy folk-rock originals. Fitzsimmons, formerly of From Good Homes, makes his Concerts at the Crossing debut. $15. Saturday, April 23.

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Grounds For Sculpture

18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, 609-689-1089 www.groundsforsculpture.org.

Goodbye to Summer Concert. Dee Carstensen presents folk and rock on her harp. Co-sponsored by Concerts at the Crossing. $20. Saturday, September 18.

Christine Lavin. The funny singer, songwriter, and comedienne who sold out her 2003 visit to the Grounds. Co-sponsored by Concerts at the Crossing. $20. Saturday, October 16.

Robin Greenstein, “Songs of the Season,” a multi-cultural holiday show co-sponsored by Concerts at the Crossing. $12. Saturday, December 11.

Jen Chapin, Contemporary singer-songwriter Jen Chapin performs. Cover charges vary. Saturday, January 22.

Lucy Kaplansky, Contemporary singer-songwriter Lucy Kaplansky performs. Cover charges vary. Saturday, February 26.

Matt Haimovitz, Contemporary singer-songwriter Matt Haimovitz performs. Cover charges vary. Saturday, March 12.

Jamie Anderson, Deidre Flint and Carla Ulbrich, Girls Gone Funny with contemporary female singer-songwriters Jamie Anderson, Deirdre Flint and Carla Ulbrich. Cover charges vary. Wednesday, April 20.

Janis Ian. The singer-songwriter who penned such 1960s classics as “Society’s Child” and “At 17.” Saturday, May 21.

Cheryl Wheeler, singer-songwriter who writes original songs that blend humorous topics with more serious themes. Saturday, July 23.

Beatlemania Now, Saturday, September 10.

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Keswick Theater

Easton Road and Keswick Avenue, Glenside, Pennsylvania, 215-572-7650 www.keswicktheatre.com.

Dan Fogelberg, pop and contemporary folk singer, performs. Tickets $38.50 and $48.50. Friday, November 5.

Arlo Guthrie, singer-songwriter performs, $28.50. Saturday, November 13.

Ralph Stanley and Clinch Mountain Boys, banjo legends performs. Peter Rowan, Tony Rice and Seldom Scene also perform. $36. Saturday, November 20.

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New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Prudential Hall, Newark, 888-466-5722 .

Peter, Paul, & Mary, After four decades of recordings and live performances, this trio continues to lend its rich sound and strong social conscience to American’s great folk music heritage. $14 to $56. Saturday, November 13.

Fiddling Summit, Fiddling Summit with the David Bromberg Band featuring Jay Ungar and Molly Mason and Mark O’ Connor’s Appalachia Waltz Trio. $12 to $50. Saturday, May 21.

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Old Barracks Museum

Barrack Street, Trenton,

609-396-1776 www.tencrucialdays.com.

Coffee House, Judy Cook presents ballads and songs from a huge and varied Anglo/American repertoire. $10. Wednesday, September 15.

Coffee House, Browne-Jenkyn presents traditional music of the British Isles, as well as more recent and original pieces written in the traditional style. Songs of adventure, love and betrayal, and death, along with instrumental numbers of jigs, reels, waltzes, and marches. Benefit for education programs. $10. Wednesday, September 22.

Coffee House, Geoff Kaufman presents music of the sea. $10. Wednesday, September 29.

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Princeton Folk Music Society

Christ Congregation Church, 55 Walnut Lane, 609-799-0944 www.princetonol.com.

Mike Moloney, $15 adult; $3 for age 11 and under. Friday, October 15.

David Mallett, $15 adult; $3 for age 11 and under. Friday, November 19.

Sally Rogers, $15 adult; $3 for age 11 and under. Friday, December 10.

David Roth, $15 adult; $3 for age 11 and under. Friday, March 18.

The Nields, $15 adult; $3 for age 11 and under. Friday, April 15.

Tracy Grammer, $15 adult; $3 for age 11 and under. Friday, May 20.

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State Theater

15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 877-782-8311 www.StateTheatreNJ.org.

The Chieftains, The merry troupe of Irishmen, led by uilleann piper Paddy Moloney, are the world’s premier performers of traditional Irish music. An early St. Patrick’s Day celebration. $25-$55. Friday, March 11.

Natalie MacMaster with the Sam Bush Band. The Cape Breton Island fiddler performs with Texas-based violinist Sam Bush in a program of Celtic and bluegrass music. $20 to $45. Saturday, April 23.

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Pop and Rock: McCarter Theater

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

David Byrne, “My Backwards Life Tour” featuring the force behind “The Talking Heads,” with Tosca Strings and special guest. Rescheduled from June. $32 to $40. Monday, September 20.

Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, at Berlind. Banjo player and bandleader with bluegrass, jazz, classical and rock music. $32 to $40. Friday, October 1.

Tierney Sutton, “Dancing in the Dark” performed at two concerts feature songs of Frank Sinatra. At Berlind. $35. Saturday, October 23.

Richard Thompson, The British folk rocker and founder of Fairport Convention brings his annual fall concert to McCarter. His latest, 18th album is “The Old Kit Bag” that holds everything from delicate waltzes to roadhouse rock. $32 to $36. Wednesday, November 3.

Bobby McFerrin and Savion Glover, McFerrin, a composer, arranger, conductor, and 10-time Grammy Award winner puts together an evening of song and dance with the Tony Award winner, Glover. $45 to $58. Wednesday, November 17.

Tom Wopat, Cabaret performance by Tom Wopat (Last of the Boys) features romantic standards, as well as classic favorites by Hoagy Carmichael, Harold Arlen, Frank Loesser, Cole Porter, and Stephen Sondheim. At Berlind. $35. Saturday, December 18.

Laurie Anderson, New Solo Work, Within her various roles as visual artist, composer, poet, filmmaker, ventriloquist, electronics whiz, vocalist, and instrumentalist, Laurie Anderson features new music for violin and electronics. $29 to $35. Saturday, February 5.

Karen Akers, Concert features classics, standards, and songs from the Broadway theater. At Berlind. $35. Saturday, March 19.

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Sovereign Bank Arena

81 Hamilton Avenue at Route 129, Trenton, 609-520-8383 www.sovereignbankarena.com.

Lynyrd Skynyrd, Marshall Tucker Band opening. $25 to $35. Tuesday, September 28.

Katarina Witt & Friends, with musical guest Patti LaBelle. $35, $55, and $100. Wednesday, October 20.

Hopeville II Gospel Concert, With Yolanda Adams, Donnie McClurkin and Kirk Franklin. $29.50 and $37.50. Tuesday, November 16.

Kenny Rogers, With Rebecca Lynn Howard and Billy Dean. $35 to $100. Tuesday, December 14.

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State Theater

15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 877-782-8311 www.StateTheatreNJ.org.

Julio Iglesias, $25 to $100. Sunday, October 3.

Ann Jillian in Concert, With the Edison Symphony Orchestra for a benefit for Breast Cancer Center at JFK Medical Center. $25 to $150. Saturday, October 30.

Dan Fogelberg Solo Acoustic Tour, $25 to $50. Saturday, November 6.

Tom Jones, $35 to $150. Tuesday, November 9.

Olivia Newton-John, $25 to $65. Wednesday, November 10.

An Evening with Arlo Guthrie, $20 to $38. Thursday, November 11.

Platters, Coasters and Drifters: Holiday Hop, Classics from Motown and pre-Motown. $20 to $45. Saturday, December 11.

Over the Rainbow: A Century of Harold Arlen, starring Tom Wopat and Faith Prince. $20 to $45. Sunday, February 13.

Barry Bostwick and Diahann Carroll in TV Hit Parade, $20 to $45. Tuesday, April 19.

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Patriots Theater at the War Memorial

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

Doo Wop Reunion I, Shirley Alston Reeves (The Shirelles) and Jay Siegel (The Tokens). $18 to $35. Friday, October 8.

Bacon Brothers Band, Michael and Kevin Bacon on guitars and vocals. $20 to $30. Friday, November 12.

Doo Wop Reunion II, The Duprees, The Chiffons, and Charlie Thomas’ Drifters. $18 to $35. Friday, February 18.

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New Jersey PAC

Newark, 888-466-5722 www.njpac.org.

An Evening with Danny Hoch, hip-hop performer. $20. Saturday, October 23.

Karen Akers, Karen Akers in a cabaret performance. $47. Saturday, November 20.

Bobby McFerrin & Savion Glover, $14 to $56. Friday and Saturday, November 26 and 27.

Karen Mason, a cabaret performance. $47. Saturday, December 11.

Ann Hampton Callaway, a cabaret performance. $47. Saturday, February 12.

Jerry Blavat’s Soul Harmony Spectacular, $14 to $62. Sunday, February 13.

Three Mo’ Tenors, Ramone Diggs, Kenneth Gayle and Marvin Scott. $14 to $56. Friday, February 18.

Art Garfunkel, $14 to $56. Saturday, March 5.

The Chieftains, $14 to $64. Saturday, March 12.

Tom Wopat, a cabaret performance. $47. Saturday, March 19.

Heather Mac Rae, Songs for My Father. $42. Sunday, April 10.

Johnny Mathis with Orchestra, $38-$300. Friday, May 13.

Christine Andreas, Sunday, May 15.

Hayden Tee, $47. Sunday, June 5.

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Count Basie Theater

99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, 732-842-9000 www.countbasietheatre.org.

Def Poetry Jam, $20 to $55. Thursday, October 14.Rick Springfield, $25 to $60, Saturday, October 16. Live From Las Vegas — The Rat Pack, Impersonators accompanied by a live orchestra, $20 to $40.Friday, October 29. In The Mood: A 1940s Musical Revue, Singers and dancers with the String of Pearls orchestra. $20 to $40, B>Wednesday, November 10. B>Little Feat, $25 to $50, Tuesday, November 16. Neil Sedaka, $30 to $75, Saturday, November 20. LeAnn Rimes’ Symphonic Christmas, $38.50 to $110. Sunday, November 28.

Elvis Birthday Bash, Mike Albert and Scot Bruce, Elvis impressionists, $20 to $30. Friday, January 21.

Broadway, The Big Band Years, weekday matinee. $40. Tuesday, February 22.

Dublin’s Irish Cabaret, Noel Ginnity and the Dublin Dancers. $20 to $40. Saturday, February 26.

Buckwheat Zydeco, Accordionist, singer and bandleader with blues-based zydeco music from Louisiana. $20 to $32.50. Saturday, March 5.

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Tweeter Center

1 Harbour Boulevard, Camden, 856-338-9000 www.cc.com.

Phil Collins, $47 to $97. Wednesday, September 22. Metallica, Godsmack, $57 to $77. Tuesday, October 19.The Pixies, Pioneers of the late 1980’s post-punk-pop movement. $35. Saturday, December 4.

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Wachovia Center

3601 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, 215-336-2000. www.cc.com.

Phil Collins, “First Final Farewell Tour.” Tickets $47, $67 and $97, Wednesday and Thursday, September 22 and 23. Barry Manilow, $49.25 to $133, Saturday, October 9. Y100 Presents Beastie Boys, $32.50 to $43, Monday, October 11. Metallica, Godsmack, Hard-rock, heavy metal band Metallica performs, with Godsmack opening. Tickets $57 and $77, Tuesday, October 19. Gaither Homecoming Concert, Bill Wholesome family entertainment with gospel and pop performances. Tickets $14.75 to $35, Friday, December 3.

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Morristown

Community Theater, 100 South Street, Morristown, 973-539-8008 www.communitytheatrenj.com.

Linda Eder, Broadway chanteuse. $47 to $57. Saturday, September 18. The Irish Sopranos, Wendy Dwyer, Kay Lynch and Dierdre Masterson. $25 to $37. Saturday, September 18. Dionne Warwick opens the theater’s 10th anniversary season. $62 to $75. Saturday, September 18. Paul Anka, $57 to $68. Friday, October 15. Manhattan Transfer, four-part harmony. $35 to $50. Friday, November 12. An Evening with Vanessa Williams, Tony-nominated Broadway actress, movie star and vocalist. $50 to $65. Friday, December 10. The Three Phantoms in Concert, former leads from “Phantom of the Opera,” perform signature standards and Broadway show tunes. $32 to $47. Friday, January 7. Broadway! The Big Band Years, the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s. Thursday, February 17.

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World Music: Alphabooks

Pennington Shopping Center, Route 31, Pennington, 609-466-6681 www.bobnorman.com.

Browne Jenkyn, Browne-Jenkyn presents traditional music of the British Isles, along with instrumental numbers of jigs, reels, waltzes, and marches. Free. Friday, September 24.

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CAPPS

Mount-Burke Theater, Peddie School, Hightstown, 609-490-7550 www.peddie.org/capps.

Paul Winter Consort presents Celebration of the Earth, Saxophonist, bandleader, composer Paul Winter and his group play music for “A Celebration of the Earth” in this special Earth Day concert. $15. Friday, April 22.

McCarter Theater

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

Angelique Kidjo explores the relationships between diverse musical cultures by blending funk, salsa, jazz, rumba, soul, and makossa. $32 to $38. Saturday, February 26.

Chava Alberstein and David Broza. Israel’s most celebrated singer/songwriter performs with Israel’s modern troubadour of urban folk-rock. $30 to $36. Saturday, March 12.

Cudamani. Balinese Gamelan music and dance presented with costumes and an orchestra of gongs and metallophones. $30 to $36. Wednesday, April 27.

Ravi Shankar, with Anoushka Shankar. The legendary Indian sitar master and three-time Grammy Award winner Ravi Shankar is joined at this performance by his daughter, Anoushka Shankar. $39 to $45. Friday, April 29.

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New Jersey Performing Arts Center

One Center Street, Newark, 888-466-5722 www.njpac.org.

Caribbean Classics, Featuring the reggae-rock band Third World and other special guests. $12 to $50. Saturday, December 18.

Kodo Drummers, Japan’s all-male power drum corps invokes the spirit of the Samurai in a program that is part athletic feat, part musical phenomenon. $14 to $56. Saturday, March 19.

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Raritan Valley College

Route 28, North Branch, 908-725-3420 www.rvcckids.org.

San Jose Taiko, Japanese drumming. $18 and $23. Friday, March 4.

Solas, Music from Ireland with splashes of jass, blues, and world music influences. $23 and $28. Saturday, March 19.

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State Theater

15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 877-782-8311 www.StateTheatreNJ.org.

Soweto Gospel Choir. Thirty-two member vocal ensemble carries forward the rich musical heritage and spirit of South Africa. $20 to $32. Thursday, February 3.

Sones de Mexico. Chicago’s premier Mexican folk group. $10. Wednesday, March 9.

Kodo Drummers of Japan. $25-$50. Wednesday, March 16.

Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Ladysmith Black Mambazo performs with South African folk singer Vusi Mahlasela. $20 to $45. Friday, April 8.

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Ten Thousand Villages

Princeton Shopping Center, 609-683-4464 www.tenthousandvillages.com.

Arturo Romay, Latin Jazz and Flemenco music presented by Princeton resident Arturo Romay, a Venezuela native. Free. Saturday, September 25.

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Jazz: McCarter Theater

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

Branford Marsalis Quartet. The triple Grammy winning saxophonist, bandleader, and composer performs in a small group setting. His latest release, “Footsteps of our Fathers,” is a collection of his interpretations of seminal jazz works by jazz immortals living and gone. $37 to $43. Saturday, October 2.

Celebrating the Blues. Three blues artists in concert features Dr. John and His Band, Charlie Musslewhite, and Shemekia Copeland. At the Berlind Theater. $33 to $40. Tuesday, October 19.

Kenny Barron Quintet. Pianist, arranger, and composer Barron has been mesmerizing audiences since making his professional debut with Dizzy Gillespie’s band in 1962. His quintet includes vibraphonist Stefon Harris, vocalist Luciana Souza, and guitarist Romeo Lubambo. $33 to $39. Tuesday, October 26.

Fred Hersch Trio and Bill Charlap Trio. Two trios led by two cutting-edge, critically acclaimed traditional jazz piano players. $33 to $39. Saturday, January 22.

The Concord Jazz Festival on Tour. The female quartet includes vocalists Oleta Adams, Karrin Allyson, Diane Schuur, and Sarah Gazarek in a program of blues and ballads. $37 to $43. Saturday, February 12.

Count Basie Orchestra. The Count Basie Orchestra performs under the direction of Bill Hughes, a year after the centennial of Basie’s birth, with special guest vocalist Nuenna Freelon. $39 to $45. Saturday, March 5.

Sweet Honey in the Rock. Grammy Award winning African American female a cappella ensemble presents spirituals, hymns, gospels, jazz, blues, and scat. Vocal with hand percussion instrument. American Sign Language interpreted. $30 to $36. Friday, March 11.

George Winston. Winston, who describes himself as a “rural folk piano player,” has been developing his own style of instrumental piano music for more than three decades. $30 to $36. Monday, March 28.

Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra. Arturo O’ Farrill conducts the 18-member Lincoln Center Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra with special guest trumpeter Arturo Sandoval. $37 to $43. Saturday, April 23.

The Bad Plus, Jason Moran & Bandwagon. The Bad Plus Trio and Jason Moran and Bandwagon perform. Both groups are known for stretching the boundaries of traditional and contemporary jazz, and have brought new fans into the jazz fold. $37 to $43. Saturday, May 7.

Jon Faddis Jazz Orchestra, An Evening of Blues and Ballads. Trumpeter, bandleader, arranger and Bergen County resident Jon Faddis leads his band through an evening of ballads and blues, with special guest trumpeter Clark Terry and vocalist and East Orange resident Carrie Smith. $35 to $41. Friday, May 20.

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Princeton University Concerts

Richardson Auditorium, 609-258-2800.

Anthony D.J. Branker, in “Composing in the Moment” performing original jazz works by teachers of jazz at Princeton University. $20 to $35, students $2. Saturday, November 13.

Duke Ellington Orchestra, directed by Paul Mercer Ellington. $20 to $35, students $2. Saturday, February 19.

Saxophonist Kenny Garrett and His Trio. $20 to $35, students $2. Saturday, April 30.

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Sovereign Bank Arena

81 Hamilton Avenue at Route 129, Trenton, 609-520-8383 www.sovereignbankarena.com.

Trenton Jazz Festival, Kenny Davern, Tony DeNicola, Erykah Badu, Roy Ayers, Earl Klugh, and Down to the Bone. $30 to $55. Saturday, September 18.

Adoration Tour, with the Newsboys, Rebecca St. James, Todd Agnew. November 5.

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State Theater

15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, 877-782-8311 www.StateTheatreNJ.org.

Peter Cincotti and Stacey Kent. Twenty-year-old jazz and cabaret singer Cincotti performs with jazz balladeer Kent. $20 to $42. Wednesday, October 27.

Torme Sings Torme. The magic of the late Mel Torme returns with his son, Steve, singing, accompanied by a 10-piece band in arrangements by the elder Torme and arranger Marty Paich. Show also includes never-before-seen video of Mel and Steve performing together. Friday, February 25.

Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Beausoleil, New Orleans’ famed Preservation Hall Jazz Band performs, along with Cajun and zydeco master Michael Doucet and his band, Beausoleil. $20 to $45. Saturday, March 19.

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New Jersey Performing Arts Center

Prudential Hall, Victoria Theater, the Chase Room, Newark, 888-466-5722.

Celebrating the Blues brings together three of today’s most prominent blues artists for a revue-styled show, Dr. John and the Lower 911, Shemekia Copeland and Charlie Musselwhite. $12-$50. Wednesday, October 6.

Saxophone Summit. The Branford Marsalis Quartet performs with the Joshua Redman Trio. $14 to $56. Both Marsalis and Redman are “young lions” of the traditional jazz scene. Saturday, October 16.

Manny Oquendo & Orchestra Libre, World-class Latin Jazz with master timbalero and percussionist Manny Oquendo and his Orchestra Libre. Ages 11 and up. $10 and $23. Sunday, October 24.

Jazz Pianist Marian McPartland, Pianist Marian McPartland performs with Jason Moran. $42. Saturday, November 20.

Shirley Horn & Ahmad Jamal, Pianists Shirley Horn and Ahmad Jamal perform. $12 to $50. Friday, December 17.

Jazz Piano Trio Part I, Kenny Barron Trio and Fred Hersch Trio. $42. Saturday, January 29.

Herbie Hancock, Roy Hargrove and Michael Brecker, Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker, and Roy Hargrove celebrating Ornette Coleman and Charlie Parker. $14 to $56. Saturday, February 19.

Jazz Piano Trio Part II, Cedar Walton Trio and Bill Charlap Trio. $42. Saturday, April 2.

Jazz at Lincoln Center, Arturo O’Farrill directs the Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra with special guest Arturo Sandoval. $12 to $50. Friday, April 22.

Ron Jackson & Friends, Guitarist and composer Ron Jackson performs with his band and special guest Hammond B-3 organist Dr. Lonnie Smith. $10 to $23. Saturday, May 14.

When The Spirits Dance Mambo, Bandleader, composer, saxophonist, clarinetist Paquito D’Rivera, a six-time Grammy Award winner, performs music with his band to accompany the film, “When The Spirits Dance Mambo.” $42. Saturday, April 23.

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Rutgers Nicholas Music Center

Route 18 at George Street, New Brunswick, 732-932-7591.

Rutgers Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble Too, Ralph Bowen directs the Rutgers Jazz Ensemble. Free. Tuesday, October 19. Thursday, October 21. Thursday, December 2. The Rutgers Jazz Ensemble

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