Alexander Hall is located on the Princeton Campus behind Nassau Presbyterian Church at 61 Nassau Street. Please note that a GPS system will not find the venue. The hall seats roughly 900 and has excellent acoustics, as well as sight lines from almost every seat. An overview of the history and architecture of the hall can be found here.
Richardson Auditorium in accessible to patrons with disabilities. Space for wheelchair seating is available upon request. Please call the Concert Office for more information at 609-258-2800.
All concerts take place in Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall, unless otherwise noted.
The chapel is located on the Princeton’s main campus next to Firestone Library and Washington Road. The Princeton University Chapel is the religious and ceremonial center for the University. Completed in 1928, it is the third largest university chapel in the world. Princeton University Concerts will present one concert in the Chapel this season - the superb English Choir Tenebrae - whose voices will be uplifted and exalted by the grandeur and acoustic of the space.
Taplin is located on campus on the corner of Washington Road and Ivy Lane, situated next to the Lewis Library. The concert hall is on the second floor of Fine Hall. The hall seats 200 and is used primarily as a musical laboratory and performance space for the Department of Music.
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