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Richard Tang Yuk, Artistic Director
June 7th - June 30th

Jazzmeia Horn

Sunday, June 16, 7:00 pm
Taplin Auditorium

Jazzmeia Horn broke onto the jazz scene two years ago to overwhelming critical acclaim, with a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Vocal Album in 2018. She has since toured the world, earning a reputation for spirited performances filled with story-telling, scat-singing, and brilliant improvisation.

Jazzmeia Horn

Sunday, June 16, 7:00 pm
Taplin Auditorium

Rachel Cheung, Piano

Saturday, June 22, 7:30 pm
Taplin Auditorium

2017 Cliburn Competition finalist and Audience Award winner Rachel Cheung has been cheered by audiences in St. Petersburg, Russia; at the Chopin Festival in Duszniki, Poland; and in famed concert halls around the world.

Rachel Cheung, Piano

Saturday, June 22, 7:30 pm
Taplin Auditorium

Nixon in China

June 23 & June 30
McCarter Theatre Center

Nixon in China imbues a world-changing political event with the emotional charge more commonly found in personal dramas and mythological stories. Its poetic libretto is set to exciting and expressive music. It is truly an opera for our times.

Nixon in China

June 23 & June 30
McCarter Theatre Center

She Loves Me

June 8 - June 30
185 Nassau Street

Two Budapest shop employees clash at work, unaware that secretly they are pen pal soul mates in this charming rom-com of a musical. Thirteen performances from June 8 – 30, 2019 in an intimate black box theater with limited seating.

She Loves Me

June 8 - June 30
185 Nassau Street

Critics love She Loves Me!

She Loves Me never fails to delight, and David Kellett’s staging … is no exception.”  – Neal Zoren, U.S.1 (6/12/19)
“exquisite musical performances, as well as elegant choreography and production design”
– Donald H. Sanborn III, Town Topics (6/12/19)
“The comedy is spot on … [with] strong acting, chemistry between the actors, and voices that soar.”
– R. Birkel, PrincetonFound.com (6/14/19)
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Upcoming Performances

Upcoming Free Events

The Shop Around the Corner

Tuesday, June 25, 7:00 pm
Princeton Public Library

This 1940 American romantic comedy film is about two employees who can barely stand each other, not realizing they are falling in love as anonymous correspondents through their letters. Based on the same play as She Loves Me, come see why film historian David Thomson calls it “Among the greatest of all films”!

Concluded Performances

Celebrating Our 15th Anniversary

The mission of The Princeton Festival is to enrich the communities we serve through a world-class performing arts summer festival. We create distinctive and diverse programs that excite, inform, inspire, and invite discovery and engagement.