“Northern Land & Spirit,” choral works by ARVO PÄRT, PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY, VELJO TORMIS and JEAN SIBELIUSRead more about the program »
Our spring season kicks off with the beloved Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir in their first visit to the Northeast since selling out Carnegie Hall in June 2014. The music of their homeland, in all its glory and gravitas, anchors their mission and repertoire, but the 25-voice ensemble brings equal might to everything from Gregorian chant to the present day. The Washington Post declares, “the choir’s performances inspire a transporting awe,” while Newsday praises their “music-making of sublime and self-abnegating mastery.” They have been nominated for no less than fourteen Grammy’s across a range of styles, and they visit Princeton with a program of favorites from Northern Europe: Tchaikovsky, Tormis, Sibelius, and the uncrowned king of Estonian music, Arvo Pärt, whose vocal music is written exclusively for the EPCC. Our beautiful and resounding University Chapel will be the perfect space to revel in the power of the human voice.
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- The Washington Post
“Pure, powerful and unabashedly spiritual.”
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LAST WEATHER UPDATE: The University is officially is expected to resume normal operations at 5pm and tonight's concert is definitely happening. Put on your boots and meet us at the chapel this evening. It will be the perfect spot to warm up and hear the incomparable Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir. Have questions? Call us at 609-258-2800. The concert office will be open until 4pm today. For those traveling to campus from afar, the box office in the lobby of the chapel will open at 6:15pm. The doors inside will open at 7:30pm.
Regular view seats for this concert are SOLD OUT. However, due to the weather there have been some turn back which will go on sale at the chapel this evening. Obstructed view seats can be purchased by phone only, by calling the Frist Campus Center Box Office at 609-258-9220. They are open Monday-Friday, 11AM-5PM.Princeton University Chapel
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