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Welcome to our 40th Season of Choral Masterworks

 

Sunday, November 4, 2018  To Music, To Joy  [1] 4 p.m. Richardson Auditorium [2], Princeton University

Sunday, December 9, 2018  Joy to the World: A Christmas Suite [3], 4 p.m.Patriots Theater at the War Memorial [4], Trenton, NJ

Sunday, March 17, 2019  Carmina Burana [5], 4 p.m.Richardson Auditorium [2], Princeton University

Saturday, May 4, 2019  Anniversary Season Finale [6] 4 p.m. Princeton University Chapel [7], Princeton, NJ

For more information click PPM 40th Anniversary Concert Season [8]

To purchase tickets to a specific concert click on the concert name or call the Princeton Pro Musica office at 609-683-5122.

To subscribe to the entire 40th Anniversary Concert Season, click here [9].

 

 

PPM Video Documentary wins TWO Awards

Nassau Film Festival 

 

Best in Fest – Documentary

Tiger Award for Excellence in Film-making

Screened Thursday, May 17 at the Arts Council of Princeton building opposite the Princeton Public Library, Princeton Pro Musica’s documentary video was voted “Best in Fest” of the documentaries selected for the 2018 Nassau Film Festival.  The documentary, Princeton Pro Musica: 40 Years Strong and Still Sharing Great Music, also earned a Tiger Award for Excellence in Film-making.  The 2018 Nassau Film Festival showcased different locally produced films selected by a panel of cinema professionals each day Thursday, May 17 through Sunday, May 20.  For further information about the 2018 Nassau Film Festival, click here [10].

See PPM’s New Video online on Vimeo

If you prefer, save this link to the PPM Video [11] to use at your convenience.

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Artistic Director Ryan James Brandau

 

 

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Talented Soloists to highlight PPM Concert November 4

 

4 p.m. Sunday, November 4, 2018  To Music, To Joy  [1]

Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University [15]

Talented soloists will highlight the opening concert of Princeton Pro Musica’s 40th anniversary season joining Princeton Pro Musica’s accomplished  chorus and orchestra you know well.  Click on each soloist’s name to learn more about: Lily Arbisser, soprano [16]Sarah Nelson Craft, mezzo-soprano [17]Christopher Hochstuhl, tenor [18]; and Dashon Burton, bass-baritone [19] For the opening concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, November 4 in Richardson Auditorium, immerse yourself in Vaughan Williams’ gorgeous Serenade to Music [20]Brahms’ beautiful  Nanie [21] and Alto Rhapsody, [22] Debussy’s Sirenes [23]and Beethoven’s matchless celebration, Ode to Joy  [24]from the Ninth Symphony.  

 

Lily Arbisser, Soprano

Christopher Hochstuhl, Tenor

Dashon Burton, Bass-Baritone

Sarah Nelson Craft, Mezzo-Soprano

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Princeton High School &

Bridgewater-Raritan High

join PPM Choral Festival

Saturday evening, March 3rd, patrons indulged in the magnificent surround sound of multiple choirs and professional soloists performing Vespers by Claudio Monteverdi culminating a choral festival offered by Princeton Pro Musica.  For this festival concert, PPM Chorus singers invited two outstanding high school choirs to join them as Choral Festival guests: Princeton High School Chamber Choir [28] and Bridgewater-Raritan High School Symphonic Choir [29].  In addition, professional soloists worked with student singers in master classes and joined with choirs in performance Saturday evening, March 3rd of Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610: Clara Rottsolk [30], soprano; Melanie Russell [31], soprano; Timothy Parsons [32] countertenor; Steven Caldicott Wilson [33], tenor; Christopher Herbert, [34] baritone; Jonathan Woody, [35] bass-baritone.

Program Notes [36]

by Ryan James Brandau

Monteverdi Vespers of 1610   
March 3, 2018

There are a number of composers whose works, in the context of the changes in musical style that happened around them (and because of them) might be deemed revolutionary.

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