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Join Princeton Pro Musica and explore the best that choral music has to offer.
Our performances are a rare chance to hear 100 voices—joined by
full orchestra and top-notch vocal soloists—bringing to life choral music from across the centuries.

Another season has come to a close, and we hop you enjoyed it as much as we did!

It would mean the world to us if you would take our end-of-season survey to let us know what you thought!

Are you looking for a place to sing? Do you enjoy making choral music at a high level of quality? We'd love to hear you!
PPM typically holds auditions for both volunteer and professional choristers of all voice parts in the spring and summer months, but we will sometimes hear new singers during the season if openings become available. Fill out our application form and we'll be in touch with more information!

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5 days ago

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2 weeks ago

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The reviews are still coming in for SANCTUARY ROAD, and we're still thinking back with gratitude for such a moving performance. If, like the patron quoted below, this was your first time hearing us, we sure hope it won't be your last!Stay tuned for details about next season -- coming SOON! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Yesterday we closed our 45th season-- one filled with stories both ancient and relatively recent, all of which continue to send ripple effects into our lives in the present day. We've been truly honored to bring you so much great music this year, and now we want to know: HOW DID WE DO?!Whether you attended one concert this year or all of them, take our (brief) audience survey and let us know what you thought. Stay tuned for details (coming soon!) about next season. We can't wait to see you then!Survey ➡ www.princetonpromusica.org/season-feedback-23-24/ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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“Truly, I kept marveling that I didn’t have to go to NYC to see them.”A patron at yesterday’s performance of Sanctuary Road says what we’ve long asserted: Princeton Pro Musica is *the* place to hear world-class voices without ever leaving Mercer County. We are so grateful to have shared the stage with this extraordinary cast of artists yesterday, pictured here with Artistic Director Ryan Brandau. Thank you, one and all! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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A great shot of our conductor, soloists, composer of SANCTUARY ROAD, and members of the Still family (whose ancestor, William Still, wrote the source material that served as the basis of this work). A special afternoon we’ll remember fondly for a long time to come! (Thanks, Angel, for this great shot!)What a special weekend it has been, rehearsing and performing Paul Moravec and Mark Campbell’s oratorio, SANCTUARY ROAD with Princeton Pro Musica. The work brings to life the story and writings of William Still, conductor on the underground railroad, and how thrilling to have members of the Still family in attendance, experiencing the work for the first time. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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Thanks for this, Subito Music Corporation!!Coming soon: on May 5, the Princeton Pro Musica performs the oratorio SANCTUARY ROAD, written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Paul Moravec, Composer and fellow Pulitzer-winner Mark Campbell, Librettist. Ryan Brandau conducts the work which is historically-based on William Still, a conductor of The Underground Railroad. Learn more: rebrand.ly/awrim30 ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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A few excerpts from Artistic Director Ryan Brandau's program notes for SANCTUARY ROAD. As always, they are comprehensive, insightful, and educational. Will we see you on Sunday for our final concert of the season?Tickets ➡ tinyurl.com/ppmtixFull program notes ➡ tinyurl.com/sanctuarynotesppm ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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⭐A MESSAGE FROM SOME VIPs⭐Composer Paul Moravec, librettist Mark Campbell, and Laquita Mitchell Soprano extend a special invitation to our performance of SANCTUARY ROAD on May 5.Not just a concert, but an event, we've got an exciting afternoon lined up:• 3pm pre-concert talk with the composer and librettist• 4pm performance of SANCTUARY ROAD• 5:15pm post-concert talk-back, featuring soloists• 6pm post-concert reception for Conductor-level+ ($500+) supportersJOIN US! Great seats still available!Tickets ➡ tinyurl.com/ppmtixBecome a supporter ➡ tinyurl.com/supportppm ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

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On May 5, Princeton Pro Musica presents not just a concert, but a cultural offering. We are honored and excited to welcome composer Paul Moravec, librettist Mark Campbell, and a cast of extraordinary soloists as we bring depth and life to the stirring and important SANCTUARY ROAD. The pre-concert talk and post-concert talk-back are included with your ticket.Join us for a post-concert reception with the creative team by becoming a Conductor-level donor ($500+).Tickets ➡️ tinyurl.com/ppmtixBecome a donor ➡️ tinyurl.com/supportppm ... See MoreSee Less
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Programs made possible in part by funds from Church & Dwight Employee Giving Fund, The New Jersey State Council on the Arts – Department of State – a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and The New Jersey Cultural Trust.

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