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Announcing the 2017-18 Season!

Apr 17, 2017 | By Princeton University Concerts,
Announcing the 2017-18 Season!,

 

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We are excited to announce our upcoming 124th season, which brims with nonstop surprises through programming spanning everything from 17th-century “pub music” performed on period instruments with beer accompaniment (Barokksolistene) to a Galician bagpipe virtuoso (Cristina Pato, of the Silk Road Ensemble) exploring Latino music. The programs will both welcome back veterans of PUC -- including the Brentano String Quartet with special guest pianist Jonathan Biss; the Tenebrae Choir; the Artemis String Quartet; the Danish String Quartet, among others -- and will invite new names both of rising stars, such as 24-year-old pianist Benjamin Grosvenor, and some of the most legendary figures in the field, such as pianist Sir András Schiff.  A special event, "Shostakovich and The Black Monk,” a musical-theatre piece co-commisioned by PUC featuring the Emerson String Quartet and seven actors, will showcase our commitment to leading the charge in innovative concert presentation through multimedia experiments, flexible concert formats, and unorthodox collaborations. Never before has the series’ promise to foster “music without bounds” permeated as deeply into its programming, leading to an incredibly diverse 2017-2018 season.

SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL GO ON SALE IN MAY. RENEWING SUBSCRIBERS WILL RECEIVE RENEWAL MATERIALS VERY SOON!

REASONS TO SUBSCRIBE:

• The best ticket prices of the season
• Access to the best seats in the house
• And great discounts!

Tickets to individual events go on sale on August 1, 2017 so a subscription is the best way to lock in the events you know you don't want to miss.

Got Spotify?  Listen to some of the musicians and music you will hear next year by using our Spotifiy Playlist.

We can't wait to hear from you. Tell us which performances you're excited about by using the comment section below.

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