We are thrilled to share an exciting development about the Festival’s future. The Princeton Festival has merged with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra!
Join us outdoors on the grounds and porches of The Castle in Hopewell, NJ where there will be sufficient seating to enjoy live music, beverages, and light fare.
Kosmologia’s interdisciplinary video Dreaming and Undreaming is inspired by two short stories by the masterful Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges – “The Library of Babel” and “The Aleph”.
Stuart Holt will examine the characteristics that define operas and musicals and explore the adaptation process of operas and their stories for a new audience as well as the role each plays in the opera house.
Hear a special reading of Mari Kashiwagi’s “Butterfly” plus nine distinguished poets from the US and around the world reading their own poems.
Stacy Wolf, Professor of Theater at Princeton University, discusses how musical theater happens “beyond broadway.”
Professor Tim Urban, whose stimulating Princeton Festival lectures on opera draw packed houses every year, has recorded this talk on “Why We Love Opera” exclusively for “Virtually Yours.”
Enjoy Matt Middleton’s superb organ recital from our 2013 season. Featuring works by Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, Julius Reubke, and more.
Musicians from around the world give exclusive performances for The Princeton Festival.
Learn about Japanese poet Shuntaro Tanikawa and watch our April poetry series in full.
Enjoy The Princeton Festival’s performance of Rachmaninoff’s rarely performed opera “Francesca da Rimini,” originally presented in our 2012 season.
On this page, we feature select recordings from our sixteen years of music-making, with special attention to our opera and Baroque offerings.Read More
Effective January 1, 2021. the Princeton Festival welcomes Becky Brett, an award-winning leader of festivals in the performing arts and humanities, as its Interim Executive Director. Becky will oversee the Festival’s 2021 season, help strengthen …Read More