Princeton Pro Musica 2019-2020 Season
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PPM returns to the music of Mozart and performs his magestic setting of the mass text, which combines towering movements for double chorus with gorgeous duets for two sopranos: Clara Rottsolk and Molly Netter. This program also includes Mozart’s sparkling Clarinet Concerto.
This warm and joyous holiday concert features the “Christmas portion” of Messiah by George Frederic Handel alongside Joy to the World, our own maestro’s stirring suite of carols and holiday songs.
Cookies and Caroling: immediately post-concert December 15
Join singers of Princeton Pro Musica and Trenton Children’s Chorus for a brief reception in the “green room” behind the stage of Patriot’s Theater in the Trenton War Memorial. Simply walk toward the stage in the hallway on either side of the auditorium. Singers will direct you to the brief reception featuring home-made cookies, varieties of sparkling water, and caroling accompanied by piano.
Dinner after Caroling!
Make your visit to Trenton part of a larger, fun experience for the entire family. Click here to view eleven tantalizing options for dinner after the concert at restaurants located not far from the Trenton War Memorial that are dining partners of the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey. Make your reservation and bring your ticket or the Princeton Pro Musica concert program to the restaurant of your choice to take advantage of specials offered to concert-goers. Princeton Pro Musica is pleased to participate in the Capital Philharmonic of New Jersey’s Dining Partners program.
Comments from last year’s audience members:
“What an unbelievable concert!! One song was more beautiful than the last. Thank you for this amazing performance! We left floating to our car!”
“Bravo! Great concert this evening! What a spectacle and beautiful arrangements, indeed!”
Featuring Lily Arbisser, soprano, PPM honors the life and legacy of Anne Frank, seventy-five years after her death. James Whitbourn’s haunting, moving music sets the words of her diary for chorus, soprano, and chamber ensemble.
Featuring the brilliant Eric Plutz on the mighty Mander-Skinner organ of the Princeton University Chapel, PPM presents Duruflé’s exquisite Requiem, with powerful, festive settings of the Te Deum for choir, organ, and brass.