Our Sponsors

Discovery – In the Concert Hall – Discovery Concerts®

Experience the world of classical music in a whole new way with these educational, interactive explorations.

“…an orchestra whose unique contribution is helping people learn how to listen to classical music.”
David Grant, Past President & CEO, The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation

“I’ve been a professional musician all my life, yet coming to your events these past years, I never fail to learn something new about the music!”
Professional big band musician who has played at the White House for four Presidents (and a Discovery Concert attendee)

This season, our Discovery Concerts™  are sponsored by The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation,  the F.M. Kirby Foundation, Investors Foundation, Sherman Wells Sylvester & Stamelman LLP & the Summit Area Public Foundation.

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Discovery – Intimate Settings

Unique programs in picturesque New Jersey homes!  Our In-Home events are limited to 60 guests and feature Maestro Maull’s singular brand of music listening exploration.  Receptions with the artists follows each event.

Our In-Home events are sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Sterling L. Pierson and Sherman Wells Sylvester & Stamelman LLP.  
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Discovery – On the Web – Discovery Orchestra Chats

Learn new and exciting things about classical and other styles of music in our Discovery Orchestra Chats hosted by George Marriner Maull.  A fun, free 5-8 minute Chat is posted on YouTube and our website.  Maestro Maull is often joined by one or more guest musicians to help provide musical examples.  Past guests have included guitarist John Carlini, jazz pianist Dan Crisci, the Newark Boys Chorus, 16 year-old cello prodigy Brannon Cho, and Discovery Orchestra Concertmaster Peter Winograd.

Our Chats are also indexed by categories and can be used by educators to create lesson plans for use in the classroom.

Discovery Orchestra Chats are produced by Midnight Media Group and sponsored by our Discovery Circle members and The George A. Ohl, Jr. Charitable Trust.

These programs are made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State.