The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra normally performs at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark and at five other concert halls throughout in the state, but during the pandemic it has added several virtual series. In the new NJSO Everywhere series, NJSO musicians give outdoor solo and chamber performances in iconic New Jersey locations, often in repertoire by New Jersey-based composers. Assistant Concertmaster David Southorn opened the series in December with a performance of Jessie Montgomery’s Rhapsody No. 1 for Solo Violin on the roof of Newark’s One Theater Square. Other performances from January to March include a chamber concert featuring Beethoven’s Septet at Van Vleck House and Gardens in Montclair; the NJSO brass at the Jersey Shore; and an NJSO quartet— violinists Bryan Hernandez-Luch and Ming Yang, violist Brett Deubner, and cellist Laura Andrade, the NJSO Colton Fellow—performing George Walker’s Lyric for Strings at Hoboken’s Pier C Park. NJSO Everywhere airs on the orchestra’s YouTube and social media channels.