Join Princeton’s newest and fastest-growing choir for an eclectic program featuring music by Venezuelan composer Modesta Bor, some classic love songs, spirituals by André Thomas, Stacey Gibbs, and Undine Smith Moore, and an excerpt of Leonard Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms. Free and unticketed with refreshments before and after the show!
A concert free and open to all, conducted by Stephanie Tubiolo.
About the Artist:
Named for Bill Trego, the revered former director of the Freshmen Singers at Princeton University, the Trego Singers is Princeton’s newest and most rapidly growing choir.
Conducted by Stephanie Tubiolo, this ensemble is a community of Princeton humans who love to sing at all different intensity levels. Among its members, you'll find many undergraduates from all classes, graduate students and their spouses, postdocs, sets of roommates, and even siblings. Through the study and performance of repertoire chosen from across the entire range of choral literature, singers develop as musicians while building connections with each other and welcoming new members all throughout the year. Known for its warm inclusivity and nonsensical marketing campaigns, Trego especially likes performing in open spaces that attract audience members who might be new to choral music.
For Trego members who are eager to sing intensively in a smaller setting, chamber music opportunities of all sizes are plentiful in each concert cycle. And for members who hope to strengthen their ears and vocal skills, ear training help and subsidized voice lessons are available year-round.