Princeton University Concerts is excited to expand our digital offerings for the remainder of the 2020/21 season to replace planned in-person concerts, many of which will be rescheduled to future seasons.
VIRTUAL MUSIC MEDITATION
Our Live Music Meditation series is coming to a podcast format! Enjoy breath-size episodes and monthly group listening sessions and conversations with participating musicians.
Join multidisciplinary artist and WNYC host HELGA DAVIS for conversations with artists who have confronted and adapted to the challenges posed by COVID-19, focusing on the resiliency and hope inherent within the performing arts, and the impact this time will have on the arts in our society in future.
SING FOR TODAY
The GRAMMY Award-winning mezzo-soprano JOYCE DIDONATO responds to current events and global concerns through the lens of song and conversation in this video series calling on great songs to permeate profound events of the present day. Previous videos can be viewed here.
NEXT WATCH PARTY: LEADING LADIES
Sunday, March 28 • 3PM EDT
Celebrate Women's History Month with a program that showcases some of today's "leading ladies" in classical music. MORE INFO>
Jess Gillam, Saxophone
Bridget Kibbey, Harp
Cristina Pato, Bagpipes
Ksenjia Sidorova, Accordion
Information about all of these initiatives and more will be posted on our upcoming newly redesigned website, to be launched very soon. Stay tuned!
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