Thank you for joining us this season (read about the highlights here) and we look forward to seeing you next year! Please be sure to subscribe to our eNews for the Fall announcement of our 2020 season line-up.
Join us for an evening of music, cocktails, and singing with Bob Egan! This event will take place on September, 22 at 4 pm at the Princeton home of Irene Amarel and David Miller. Space …
The Princeton Festival’s 15th Anniversary Season is now in the history books, and what a glorious season it was! Anchored by our productions of John Adams’ powerful opera Nixon in China and the delightful musical …
The Princeton Festival is committed to producing music at its best with world-class artists. To achieve this we depend on the support of individuals and institutions in New Jersey and, increasingly, in Pennsylvania and New …
The Concordia Chamber Players have been a mainstay of The Princeton Festival since our inception in 2005. This year’s program features two duos by Beethoven and Kodály and a tuneful, powerful trio by Mendelssohn.
Two Budapest shop employees clash at work, unaware that secretly they are pen pal soul mates in this charming rom-com of a musical. Twelve performances from June 8 – 30, 2019 in an intimate black box theater with limited seating.
Attend the exciting Final Round of The Princeton Festival’s 12th annual Piano Competition for young artists ages 6 to 25, drawn from the tri-state area, nationally, and even internationally.
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.
Concertmaster Juan Carlos Zamudio returns with this favorite Festival ensemble for an intimate chamber performance on period instruments. Let the warmth of Baroque music envelop you in beautiful Trinity Church!
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.
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.
Playing to sold-out crowds since 2015, the Princeton Festival Baroque Orchestra features rising young stars of historically-informed performance playing on period instruments. Come hear them bring the Baroque legacy to life!
The Princeton Festival Baroque Chorus and Orchestra concert provides a third opportunity to hear rising young stars of historically-informed performance playing on period instruments, this time with chorus. Come enjoy rhythms and harmonies that are uniquely Baroque!
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.