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Would you like to join PPM?

Princeton Pro Musica comprises a 100-voice symphonic chorus of volunteer singers and professional section leaders; a fully-professional orchestra; and a 25-voice chamber chorus drawn from the symphonic chorus.

Our singers come from all walks of life, range in age from recent college graduates to retirees, and bring a rich variety of musical experiences and perspectives to the ensemble. We are happy to be an ensemble home for some singers who are, or who have been, music educators. Some singers have training as instrumentalists, and some study voice privately as a complement to their participation in PPM. Most, though, have careers in fields other than music and enjoy the opportunity to sing, as part of a group, at a high level.


  • Please take a moment to read about us below
  • Fill out the form at the bottom of this page
  • We will be in touch with information about scheduling an audition with our Artistic Director, Ryan Brandau

PPM's 2024-2025 season

Sunday, November 10, 2024
Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University
Haydn The Creation
We open the season with one of the greatest works from the oratorio repertoire! Chockablock with towering choruses, sparkling solos, and pictorial orchestral writing, The Creation is Haydn at his most imaginative.


Sunday, December 15, 2024
Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University
A Feast of Carols
To celebrate the holiday season, we return to Richardson Auditorium for A Feast of Carols. This festive program brings together all the sounds of the season: favorites from Handel's Messiah and the Christmas music of Bach, classic carols in sumptuous choral-orchestral arrangement, and more!

Sunday, March 30, 2025
Kendall Main Stage Theater, The College of New Jersey
Orff Carmina Burana, with Roxey Ballet
The spectacular returns! PPM will reprise its dazzling presentation of Carl Orff's unforgettable Carmina Burana with the dancers of Roxey Ballet, spinning across the stage from the first "O Fortuna" to the last.

Sunday, May 18, 2025
Richardson Auditorium, Princeton University
McCarthy Codebreaker
To close the season, we present James McCarthy's stirring Codebreaker, an oratorio for chorus, soprano, and orchestra that depicts three scenes from the extraordinary and ultimately heartbreaker life of famed mathematician and father of computer science, Alan Turing.


Questions? Email or call 609-683-5122.

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