Princeton Pro Musica Chamber Chorus
The Princeton Pro Musica Chamber Chorus is an ensemble of 22-30 singers selected by Artistic Director Ryan James Brandau from the 100+ voice Princeton Pro Musica Chorus. Whether performing with or without accompaniment, Renaissance madrigals or Broadway show tunes, captivating solos or rousing group numbers, this more intimate choral group delivers with compelling musicality.
We are happy to work with you to customize performances to suit any occasion! Popular programs include:
Holiday Celebration in Song
Fill the hall with the joy of the winter holidays with special arrangements of classic Christmas carols and seasonal songs such as O Come, O Come Emmanuel and White Christmas or Hebrew songs such as Al Shlosha D’varim.
Barbara Purnell, Past President of the Present Day Club of Princeton noted, “The Pro Musica Chamber Chorus was a highlight of the holiday season at several recent Present Day Club December luncheons.”
The arrival of warmer weather inspires English Madrigals such as Now is the Month of Maying and more modern classics such as It’s a Grand Night for Singing. Lory of Applewood Senior Residence in Freehold reports, “Year after year they have filled our hearts with their beautiful music and impeccable harmonies.”
Recent Performance Venues
- Senior Living Communities including Applewood, Stonebridge at Montgomery, Pennswood Village, Meadow Lakes, Princeton Windrows, and Rossmoor.
- Drumthwacket, historic home and official residence of the Governor of New Jersey
- Guild for Early Music Festival
- Janssen Pharmaceutical Neuroscience Division
- Present Day Club of Princeton
- Princeton Abbey
- Princeton Newcomers Club
- The Princeton Public Library
- Princeton University Nassau Hall Society
“The Princeton Pro Musica Chamber Chorus enriched Princeton Public Library’s 100th birthday celebration. Thank you!” said Tim Quinn, Communications Director Princeton Public Library.
Booking the Chamber Chorus
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book the Princeton Pro Musica Chamber Chorus for your event September through May each year.
Chamber Chorus Calendar
All Princeton Pro Musica performances will be virtual during the 2020-21 Season. Watch for email blasts with links. To make sure you are on our list, please CLICK HERE and sign up!
1-2:30 pm Wednesday, December 18, 2019
72 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ
For members of the Present Day Club and their guests, the Chamber Chorus of Princeton Pro Musica presented a joyous holiday concert ushering in the holidays with favorites old and new.
7 pm Friday, February 14, 2020
2000 Windrow Drive, Princeton, NJ
For residents of the Windrows and their guests, the Chamber Chorus of Princeton Pro Musica presented a special concert featuring love songs old and new. Windrows is a vibrant, inclusive, and welcoming independent living community designed to be different.
7 pm Thursday, February 27, 2020
777 Ferry Road, Doylestown, PA
For residents of Pine Run and their guests, the Chamber Chorus of Princeton Pro Musica presented a special concert celebrating love and welcoming Spring. Pine Run is proud to be a forward-0thinking senior living community promoting exceptional care and independence.
7 pm Friday, March 27, 2020
Meadow Lakes, a Springpoint Community
300 Meadow Lakes, East Windsor, NJ
For residents of Meadow Lakes and their guests, the Chamber Chorus of Princeton Pro Musica presents a concert welcoming Spring and featuring songs ranging from early music to music by living composers. Meadow Lakes is a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) offering maintenance-free, independent living for those seeking an active, engaging lifestyle.
1-5 pm Saturday, October 24, 2020
55 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ
Hundreds of attendees will stroll through the garden of Morven, the historic former governor’s residence at leisure and enjoy performances of early music by Princeton Pro Musica’s Chamber Chorus and other groups in the annual early music festival sponsored by the Guild for Early Music. Visit https://www.morven.org/ to learn more about performances in the Guild for Early Music Festival 2020.