It is an exciting fall season for our Director of Electronic Music and the Princeton Laptop Orchestra, Jeff Snyder. This Friday, November 9, Snyder will release "...
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.