Disney: Concert Around the World

Bring the entire family!

Disney in Concert:
Around the World

The Princeton Festival Pops Orchestra
With Scenes from the Movies on A big screen


Friday June 9 at 8:00 pm

Richardson Auditorium at Princeton University
68 Nassau Street, Princeton

Tickets: $30 | $45 | $55 | $ 65

Reserved seating | View seating chart
Approximate End Time: 9:40 pm
Family Package available | Tickets as Low as $15

During ticket purchase be aware that Balcony section d ($30) seats  have a side view of the movie screen


Brian Eads, conductor
Sarah Pelletier, narrator


Act I

Disney Classics Overture
Mary Poppins Fantasy
The Little Mermaid Suite
Beauty and the Beast Suite
Pocahontas Suite


Act II

Frozen Suite
Pirates of the Caribbean
Disney’s Aladdin Suite
The Lion King Song Suite
Mulan Suite

Program  Notes

It’s a world of magic for young and old alike when The Princeton Festival Pops Orchestra plays wonderful songs from favorite Disney films while scenes from the movies appear on a big screen for everyone to see.

This is a concert that adults will enjoy and kids will love! Relive favorite moments from animated classics like Mary Poppins and The Lion King. Enjoy “Under the Sea” and other songs from The Little Mermaid, Frozen, and Beauty and the Beast. Rediscover the music of the live-action feature Pirates of the Caribbean.

Rising young conductor Brian Eads leads the orchestra through this stirring program. Acclaimed singer/actress Sarah Pelletier narrates the wonderful stories behind the music.

Don’t miss this special multi-media event – and yes, please bring the kids!


Brian Eads

Brian Eads

Pianist, opera coach, and conductor of numerous performances with orchestras across the US, including the North Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, and the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra.


Sarah Pelletier

Sarah Pelletier

Grieg: Peer Gynt, Brevard Festival; Britten: War Requiem and Berg: Wozzeck, New England Philharmonic; Thomson: Four Saints in Three Acts, Boston Modern Orchestra Project.