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PPM Video Documentary wins TWO Awards
Nassau Film Festival
Best in Fest – Documentary
Tiger Award for Excellence in Film-making
Screened Thursday, May 17, 2018 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 Nassau Film Festival, click here.
PPM Video was most-watched video on PrincetonTV
PrincetonTV’s April viewer statistics are out, and PPM won a first place ranking as the most-watched video on PrincetonTV during the month! With 3373 plays, PPM’s new video swept past the second place and other winners. PPM Producers Claudia Classon, Libby Crowley, Carolyn Landis, and Jeff Winik, who worked with professional videographer Ed Rodgers to create the video, thank PrincetonTV for assigning them such an accomplished mentor.
Through PrincetonTV’s Community Partners Program, representatives from Princeton area nonprofit organizations learn documentary and new media skills working with a mentor like Mr. Rodgers. New partner organizations participate each year. For more information about the Community Partners Program, contact George McCollough, Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2014, Princeton Pro Musica presented three concerts on tour in Croatia where Don Worrell, the husband of a PPM singer, recorded several performances. Click each link to view the concerts in the Cathedral of St. Lawrence in Trogir; in the Rector’s Palace in the old city of Dubrovnik.
In December 2014, Princeton Pro Musica presented Bach’s Magnificat and Parts V and VI of the Christmas Oratorio in concert as a tribute to William Scheide who had passed away the previous month. Artistic Director Ryan James Brandau recorded a video Tribute to William Scheide.
The prior year, Dr. Brandau recorded a pre-concert video podcast for Princeton Pro Musica’s November 9 concert, “Beat! Beat! Drums!” in which he interviewed Jeffrey Douma of Yale University, a noted authority on the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. View also a video clip of Dr. Brandau discussing Princeton Pro Musica’s March 9, 2013 performance with Marc Bierman on the community cable broadcast, Breezin’ with Bierman: Faure’s Requiem; Poulenc’s Concerto for Organ, Timpani and Strings featuring Eric Plutz, Princeton University Organist and Princeton Pro Musica accompanist.
In 2010, Princeton Pro Musica performed by invitation at the regional conference of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) in Philadelphia, PA. Brahms Schaffe in mir, Gott, ein rein Herz was recorded on video February 13, 2010.