Tell us what you thought!

What a season! After four incredible concerts of music spanning nearly half a millennium, we are feeling energized, satisfied, and incredibly grateful! We are grateful for beautiful music, for stellar orchestras who come to play with us, but most importantly, we are grateful for you! Each season, you show up to hear us, to cheer…

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Announcing Princeton Pro Musica’s 2023-2024 Season

SUBSCRIBE TODAY!   Princeton Pro Musica’s 2023-2024 season will be one of storytelling. Enjoy beloved works by favorite composers and new sounds by living artists. Contemplate familiar texts with captivating narratives. All this presented by the award-winning Princeton Pro Musica chorus, its orchestras, and an all-star roster of vocal soloists. November 5, 2023, 4 p.m.…

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Dr. Wendy Heller to deliver pre-concert talk

At 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 19, 2023, Dr. Wendy Heller will deliver a pre-concert talk on Bach’s St. John Passion immediately prior to our performance of the work at 4 p.m. Dr. Heller is the Scheide Professor of Music History and Chair of the Department of Music at Princeton University. Recognized as one of the…

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An interview with Lewis R. Baratz

On March 19, Princeton Pro Musica will collaborate with the players of local Baroque ensemble La Fiocco for a performance of Bach’s St. John Passion. For those interested in learning more about this extraordinary group of musicians, PPM marketing manager Kenny Litvack sat down with artistic director Lewis R. Baratz for a brief interview. We…

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PPM presents Bach’s “St. John Passion”

On Sunday, March 19, 2023 in Richardson Auditorium, Princeton Pro Musica will present a pillar of the choral-orchestral repertoire: Bach’s St. John Passion. Below, Artistic Director Ryan Brandau invites you to the concert hall to experience Bach at his most dramatic, most intense, and most exquisitely beautiful. Brandau adds: Bach first performed his St. John…

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A message from our Executive Director

Dear friends, On October 28, 2012, Ryan Brandau and I stood outside the stage entrance in Richardson Auditorium, wondering if people would really come to the Princeton Pro Musica concert, Ryan’s debut with PPM. Residents of the East Coast were awaiting the landfall of Hurricane Sandy, and many had already evacuated. We were relieved when…

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Emerging opera and concert artist joins PPM for December concert

Bass-baritone Joseph Parrish is a Baltimore native who holds degrees from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music and The Juilliard School. Princeton Pro Musica is excited to welcome this remarkable vocalist to Richardson Auditorium next month. Active on the opera, recital, and concert stages, recent credits include Dr. Cajus in Nicolai’s Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor and Dulcamara in Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore, recitals…

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International performing artist joins Princeton Pro Musica for December performance

Soprano Heather Phillips recently made her professional European debut at Oper Frankfurt in Germany singing the title role in Rossini’s Bianca e Falliero––followed by several performances in Austria––and has a busy series of performances on American stages this season. She will be heard in recital with Dayton Opera, on the opera stage with Charleston Opera…

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