Gregory Burrus is a local live music ambassador, event developer and community partner that develops manages, promotes and documents local community events in the Greater New Jersey and New York Area.
- the summer long May through September Downtown After Sundown Live Music series, Spiotta Park and Jazz On Sloan at South Orange Gazebo
- the weekly June thru November South Orange Farmers Market Jazz Jam
- the Rutgers University Institute of Jazz Studies Jazz973 program in downtown Newark
- the biweekly Orange Train Station Farmers Market on Main Street in Orange, NJ.
Documents, photographs and promotes:
- Rutgers University Institute of Jazz Studies Clements Place jazz events in downtown Newark
- Myrna Bain Scholarship Annual Live Music Fundraiser in NYC John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
- NJPAC Clements Place Free Jazz Jams at Rutgers Newark
- The Annual South Orange 24 Hours of Live Music event where musicians perform 24 hours of live music across multiple locations Around South Orange, NJ.
- The Jazzy Nights Live program in the Essex Room of the Fox and Falcon in South Orange.
- The South Orange Inkosi Cafe Live Entertainment Series
- 35 plus Maplewood Concert Band,
- 20 piece Swing Town Big Band,
- Annual Maplewood Porchfest producing almost 35 bands across 30 porches
- Annual Teachers Play Piano Recital.
Showcasing, photographing, videotaping events and happenings as they occur around town while living life every day to the fullest. Learn more at :
With a strong telecommunications management, business process, information technology background, Gregory led major corporate-wide systems and customer service and delivery teams in AT&T and Verizon. Responsible for managing large teams, million-dollar budgets, multifaceted project plans that focused on delivering corporate-wide business process improvements. Later in his own consulting business, Gregory traveled extensively as a business systems consultant across, the US, Canada, and Europe understanding business requirements and developing service delivery systems to improve customer service.
Upon leaving the corporate environment, Gregory founded Technical Operations Services and Solutions (TechOSS) which provided coaching, website development, and internet marketing services to the local community. Through his Website Development and Social Media Marketing business, Gregory focused on helping small business owners succeed through the use of internet technology.
Gregory Burrus was the former president of the South Orange Historical Society and is now focused on supporting the Northern New Jersey music and arts communities.
Currently, Gregory Burrus is channeling his passions by supporting, promoting and documenting the music and art scene in the local towns of North Jersey. He is the Event Manager/ Promoter of South Orange Downtown After Sundown Live Music Concert Series comprised of 70 events of all music genres. Concerts kick off Memorial weekend through Labor Day, every Friday and Saturday evening from 7:00pm to 10pm along with a selected Sunday once a month for a special Sunday Jazz event from 6 – 9 PM
New this year will be a day-long fun-filled fair environment with food court, attractions and entertainment featuring Maplewood’s First 4th of July Car Show, a food zone with sheltered and open-air tables and chairs, live music, vendors and boardwalk games such as ring toss and spin the wheel games and bouncy and fun house. These are in addition to our perennial FREE 4th of July favorites: Kids’ Bikes, Etc. Parade, Kids’ Dashes & Relays, CHS Robotics, Art Project, Ice Cream Eating Contests, Tennis Contests, Baking Contest, Karaoke, Kids’ Percussion, Pet Awards Show and more.
Gregory is the creator of the Annual South Orange 24 Hours of Live Music event.
The Annual 24 Hours of Music Festival of Live Music is set and ready to start at Noon. Free all day and night and everyone is invited to come on out and watch music being made all day long in multiple locations around South Orange, NJ.
Gregory Burrus is a Board Member of Maplewood Community Music. Since its formation in 2003, the organization has grown to well over 50 musicians and has numerous active ensembles. MCM hosts between 4-6 events each season and our ensembles perform at even more local events each year. The dedicated group of volunteer musicians and conductors continue to work towards MCM’s major goals of giving hobbyist musicians the opportunity to play and perform and bringing music to Maplewood, South Orange, and other nearby communities. In addition, MCM is proud to support community events and community/youth music enrichment programs.
South Orange Village Center Alliance invites you to dine and dance under the stars as we present Downtown After Sundown in the Live Music Capital of North Jersey. Join us under the Gazebo for Jazz on Sloan or in Spiotta Park where every style of music from acoustic to zydeco, jazz to flamenco will be represented. Concerts kick off Memorial weekend through Labor Day, every Friday and Saturday evening from 7:00pm to 10pm.
Jazz on Sloan is dedicated to showcasing the wealth of jazz talent located in and around South Orange Village Center. Sounds in Spiotta Park is dedicated to all other genres’
More Info: SOVillageCenter.org
Presenting Jazzy Nights in South Orange, NJ
Tapping into the region’s top live music talent, Jazzy Nights hosts live music performances from big-name local artists drawn from all Northern New Jersey and nearby New York City .
Live Music and Dining
Please join us for another Jazzy Night of sophisticated live music and more in the beautifully appointed speakeasy styled Essex Room which is located in the very stylish – The Fox and Falcon Restaurant in South Orange, NJ.
Top Notch and Engaging Entertainment
Jazzy Nights is happy to bring back to South Orange, NJ, one of areas’ most popular vocalists.
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