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Princeton Pro Musica 2020-2021 Season
A Message for Patrons and Friends
Princeton Pro Musica (PPM) is concerned for the health, safety, and well-being of our patrons, musicians, and staff. In support of the CDC and Governor Murphy’s restrictions to contain the spread of COVID-19, PPM has cancelled the final concert of the 2019-2020 season.
Power and Peace, May 9, 2020, Princeton University Chapel.
Love is in the Air- A Cabaret Fundraiser, April 3, 2020, Mercer Oaks
Patrons are currently being contacted about either donating the purchase price of their concert ticket(s) to PPM or requesting a refund. As a small nonprofit organization, Princeton Pro Musica takes a great financial hit when a concert must be cancelled. If you’re willing to convert your ticket purchase into a donation to PPM, you will support the performance of choral masterworks with the energy, passion, and uncompromising artistic excellence to which you’ve grown accustomed.
The box office is closed until further notice.
A new date for the Cabaret Fundraiser will be announced at a future time.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work to safeguard your health and safety and the health and safety of others in our PPM community.
Love is in the Air!
Party of the Year 2020
Date change ALERT! As soon as information is available, a new date will be set for Love is in the Air, an evening of live entertainment to support Princeton Pro Musica. Precautions to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus render the original date of April 3 untenable. Plan now to bring your friends to revel in the music of love brought to you by talented PPM singers accompanied by the incomparable Phil Orr on the piano! After indulging in a sumptuous buffet dinner, take a chance on table raffles including a 50/50 raffle and raffles of items like gourmet foods, wine, beer, and whiskey. Bid for exciting goods and services in the silent auction.
Annelies – March 15, 2020
Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University
©Ryan James Brandau, Artistic Director, Princeton Pro Musica
This spring marks seventy-five years since the end of World War II, seventy-five years since the liberation of the concentration camps, and the end of one of the darkest periods in our history. It also marks seventy-five years since the world lost a voice of hope and light – the voice of Anne Frank.
Programs made possible in part by funds from Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund, The Edward T. Cone Foundation, 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.