How Lola Constantino (’23) Spends a Wednesday on Campus
Mar 15, 2023
We caught up with Lola Constantino (’23) to learn how Constantino spends a Wednesday on campus.
Discussion & Concert – Dvořák’s Prophecy and the Vexed Fate of Black Classical Music
Certificate Recital: Selena Hostetler, Horn
Musicology Colloquium Series with Panayotis League, Ph.D., “Echoes of the Great Catastrophe: Re-Sounding Anatolian Greekness in Diaspora”
Do-Re-Meet: Speed Dating
Do-Re-Meet: Find Your Friends
Screening of Janet Wide Awake: The Hedgepeth-Williams Dream
PLOrk: Destiny Clock
Jazz Festival 2023
Certificate Recital: Allyssa Noone, Voice
Certificate Recital: Cameron Khan, Harpsichord
How Shruti Venkat (’23) Spends a Monday on Campus
Feb 24, 2023
Meet Shruti Venkat (’23) Music certificate student and Princeton Glee Club Student Conductor and Manager.
Saturdays Look A Little Different at the Lewis Arts Complex: Introducing the Trenton Youth Singers
Feb 23, 2023
Most Saturday mornings walking across campus, things are quiet. Students, recovering from a week of classes, problem sets, papers, and more, are sleeping in. Aside from the occasional early riser bustling off to the library or Small World, there’s a sense of calm.
Violin Viola Duet: Vittal Ramamurthy and VVS Murari
Composers Collective Spring Concert
Masterclass and Concert with Mark Kroll, Harpsichord and Carol Lieberman, Baroque Violin
A Masterclass with William Burden, Tenor
Meet the STEM Majors of Sinfonia
Jan 31, 2023
Twice a week in the Lee Music Performance & Rehearsal Room, the Princeton University Sinfonia gathers to rehearse. Led by director Ruth Ochs, the orchestra is made up of students from all class years, many STEM majors coming from across the University’s myriad of technical disciplines, to enjoy a few hours a week of music and community.
Early Music Princeton Spring Concert
Princeton Sound Kitchen: Freelance Concert
Musicology Colloquium Series with Charles Yost, Ph.D., “Petrine Prophecy as Power Discourse in the Thought of John Plousiadenos, ‘unionist priest’ (ἑνωτικός ἱερεύς)”
Sinfonia — Carnival
Lisette: A Song’s Journey from Haiti and Back
5 Concerts & Recording Releases the Princeton Composition Faculty are Excited About
Jan 14, 2023
We caught up with Nathalie Joachim – Grammy-nominated flutist, composer, and vocalist, 2020 United States Artist Fellow, and co-founder of the critically-acclaimed duo Flutronix – and asked her which five concerts and recording releases she’s excited about this winter.