Stockton College Announces Atlantic City Home for Bay-Atlantic Symphony
Stockton President Herman Saatkamp, seated, is joined by (l-to-r) Bay-Atlantic Symphony Board President Robert Woodruff, Executive Director Paul D. Herron, Music Director Jed Gaylin and Stockton Board of Trustees Chair Stanley Ellis.
Galloway, Township, NJ--Stockton President Herman Saatkamp and representatives from the Bay-Atlantic Symphony today signed an agreement to make The Richard Stockton College – Dante Hall Theater in Atlantic City the premier home to the Symphony along the Atlantic Ocean.
Bay-Atlantic Symphony Executive Director Paul D. Herron, Music Director Jed Gaylin and Board President Robert Woodruff were in attendance at the signing ceremony.
Stockton President Herman Saatkamp said, "We are pleased to welcome the Bay-Atlantic Symphony to the Atlantic City Arts District and look forward to their music and upcoming concerts. The one-year anniversary of Stockton’s collaboration with Dante Hall Theater just passed at the beginning of this month, and there is no better way to celebrate that milestone than by welcoming a symphony of world-class musicians to the venue."
The Bay-Atlantic Symphony, founded in 1983, became the Stockton Performing Arts Center’s Orchestra in Residence in 1993. Their new Atlantic City presence will further extend the Symphony’s reach and bring live music to a diverse audience.
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