Princeton Pro Musica (PPM) does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, treatment of, or employment in its services, programs or activities. Upon request, accommodation will be provided to allow individuals with disabilities to fully participate in PPM’s services, programs and activities.
At its January 31, 2011 meeting the PPM Board formally reaffirmed the designation of its senior staff member as coordinator to facilitate compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) as required by Section 35.107 of the US Department of Justice Regulations, and to coordinate compliance with Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The person currently in charge of accessibility issues is: Mary Trigg, Executive Director; length of time in this position: 7 years. While the above laws mandate equal access to people with disabilities, PPM makes it a priority to provide and maintain work place environment, rehearsal space and performance venues that embraces the spirit of the law ensuring an optimal experience for all.
PPM is committed to providing a meaningful musical experience for all regardless of race, creed or personal ability. It presents traditional and contemporary choral and symphonic works and is committed to the highest quality of performance standards and the development and presentation of choral work to all individuals regardless of age or (dis)ability. PPM’s choral and administrative operations are also open to persons with disabilities, and accommodations will be made when necessary.
Persons requiring special assistance or accommodations are asked to contact Princeton Pro Musica two weeks in advance of an event to alert staff to any special needs. Call 609-683-5122 with any questions or requests for special assistance. Every effort will be made to accommodate special needs at any time.