Congratulations to Prof. Simon Morrison, whose "incredibly rich" (The New York Times) history of the Bolshoi Ballet, Bolshoi Confidential: Secrets of the Russian Ballet from the...
The Tenebrae Choir, in which Director of Vocal Activities Gabriel Crouch is a principal singer, has been nominated for their first GRAMMY award! The ensemble's album Music of the Spheres: Part Songs of the British Isles is nominated in the category of "Best Choral Performance." Congratulations to Gabriel Crouch and to Tenebrae!
Beloved to the Princeton community after sold-out concerts on the Princeton University Concerts series in 2012, the ensemble will return to campus on March 15, 2018 in a program of works by Joby Talbot and Owain Park. The Princeton University Glee Club will join Tenebrae for Park's Footsteps, scored for two choirs.
For a complete list of this year's GRAMMY nominations, please click here.