44th Annual NEMC POPS Concert

featuring the NEMC Combined Jazz, Choir, Orchestra, and Bands!

With Pianist Jeffrey Biegel, featured Soloist

at Bowl In The Pines

July 13, 2024 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Time: 7:30pm     Day: Saturday     Doors: 6:30pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $10 - $25
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Come join us at the The Bowl In The Pines for the 44th Annual New England Music Camp POPS Concert and Silent Auction. The concert will showcase New England Music Camp's Combined Jazz, Choral, Orchestra and Band Groups. The event will also showcase Pianist Jeffrey Biegel, soloing with the NEMC Symphony Orchestra in the Maine Premier of “Rhapsody in Red, White & Blue.”


There will be a raffle, door prize, and variety of other exciting events throughout the evening. All proceeds from the event will go directly to the New England Music Camp Scholarship & Financial Aid Fund. 



Ticket Options:

Adults General Admission- $25

Student/Child General Admission - $15

LIVE-Streaming Ticket - $10



About Pianist Jeffrey Biegel and the Rhapsody Initiative:


A passionate initiative a half-decade in the making has been completed by the acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Biegel and composer and conductor Peter Boyer as they salute George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” on its centennial (February 1924-2024) with a special piece titled, “Rhapsody in Red, White & Blue,” composed by Boyer.


Considered the most prolific artist of his generation, Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA, conferred the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters upon Mr. Biegel in 2015, for his achievements in performance, recordings, chamber music, champion of new music, composer, arranger and educator. In 2019, Kenneth Fuchs's "Piano Concerto: 'Spiritualist'" with the London Symphony Orchestra led by JoAnn Falletta received a Grammy Award for Best Classical Compendium, featuring Mr. Biegel as its soloist. In 2019, the first digital recordings were released on Mr. Biegel's Naturally Sharp label:"Cyberecital: An Historic Recording", "A Pianist's Journey", and the September 2021 release of George Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" 1924 version with the AdrianSymphony Orchestra, Bruce Kiesling conducting.