Princeton Pro Musica
Princeton Pro Musica
P.O. Box 1313
Princeton, NJ 08542
(609) 683-5122


 Welcome! Check this page for schedule, news, and other timely information. You can confirm our rehearsal and concert schedule, find links to practice help and get other information gathered for our singers.

last update July 9, 2015

     2015-2016 season
(times subject to change)
37th Season of Choral Masterworks

Mendelssohn’s Elijah Sunday, November 1, 2015, 4:00pm
Dashon Burton, baritone
Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University

J.S. Bach Christmas Oratorio, Parts 1-3 Saturday, December 19, 2015, 8:00pm
Kendall Theater, The College of New Jersey

Ēriks Ešenvalds: Passion and Resurrection  Saturday, March 5, 2016, 8:00pm
Josef Rheinberger: Stabat Mater
Josef Rheinberger: Organ Concerto No. 2 in G minor
Esteli Gomez, soprano
Eric Plutz, organ
Princeton University Chapel

The American Voice Works by Samuel Barber, Aaron Copland and John Corigliano Sunday, May 22, 2016, 4:00pm
Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University

Chorus schedule


2014 Tour

Dubrovnik concert video
Rector's palace

Tour Facebook page



Visit Cyberbass also offers learning CDs for each voicepart


Click here for a copy of the women's concert attire guidelines

Member Handbook

You can download a copy of the 2013-2014 Member Handbook here. We'll make printed copies on request. 


If you are sick or have a schedule conflict, please email and let us know as far in advance as possible. If you have a last minute emergency, email us as soon as you can so we know why you were unable to attend rehearsal.
We rehearse weekly on Tuesdays, have occasional Saturday sectionals, and two dress rehearsals per concert. You are expected to attend all Tuesday rehearsals. If you miss more than two, then you will be asked to sing for the conductor to demonstrate your competence. Dress rehearsals are mandatory, and you must attend to sing the concert.
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