Princeton Pro Musica returns to live performance!
When After nearly two years, Princeton Pro Musica is thrilled to invite you to embark with us on a Journey Home to the concert hall and to live music making.
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Join us as we present a concert of Brahms, Hogan Lauridsen, Rutter, Hagenberg, and more. Experience some of the most beautiful, most uplifting choral music ever composed performed in the majestic Trinity Cathedral of Trenton.
We are very pleased to offer this concert at special “welcome back to live music” general admission pricing. We hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity to hear us sing music of unparalleled beauty in an equally beautiful space.
- To allow for appropriate distancing, seating will be limited.
- We currently require that all patrons be fully vaccinated against COVID-19
- Proof of vaccination and photo ID will be checked at the door.
- Masking and social distancing will be enforced inside the venue.
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Princeton Pro Musica wins The American Prize
in Choral Performance 2021
PRINCETON PRO MUSICA, Ryan Brandau music director, is the co-winner (with Transept of Sioux Falls SD) of the American Prize in Choral Performance 2021 in the community division! Princeton Pro Musica was selected from applications reviewed recently from all across the United States. The American Prize National Nonprofit Competition in the Performing Arts is the nation’s most comprehensive series of nonprofit competitions in the musical and theater arts, unique in scope and structure, designed to recognize and reward the best performing artists, ensembles and composers in the United States based on submitted recordings. The American Prize was founded in 2009 and is awarded annually in many areas of the performing arts. For more information, read the official announcement and visit www.theamericanprize.org.
Princeton Pro Musica was also selected as a finalist for the American Prize 2021 Ernst Bacon Memorial Award for the Performance of American Music, 2021 Community Ensemble Conducting Division. The selection was made from our performance of A Procession Winding Around Me (Van); Triptych (O’Regan); Fern Hill (Corigliano) with Margaret Lias, mezzo-soprano as soloist, AND RYAN BRANDAU was named a Finalist in Conducting in the Community Division.
In 2020, Princeton Pro Musica received a Citation of Excellence from the New Jersey State Council of the Arts.
Princeton Pro Musica COVID-19 Protocols
Effective immediately, any PPM staff member, singer, or volunteer wishing to participate in-person in PPM-sponsored activities must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The board has resolved to prioritize the health and safety of our singers, staff, and community above all else. This new requirement is a direct result of that commitment. Continued COVID restrictions such as masking and distancing will be enforced on a situational basis.
Protocols for our audience may vary depending on the performance venue. These regulations will be announced for each concert.
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As always, Princeton Pro Musica welcomes your support for these efforts to bring outstanding musical experiences to central New Jersey and beyond. CLICK HERE TO DONATE to Princeton Pro Musica on our website; mail a check to PO Box 2244, Princeton, NJ 08543; call our office at 609-683-5122; or TEXT ILOVEPPM to 44321 from your smartphone!
Programs made possible in part by funds from Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund, The New Jersey State Council on the Arts – Department of State – a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and The New Jersey Cultural Trust.