A work of magnificent depth, color, and emotion, this opera infuses some of Verdi’s most beautiful music into an intimate tale of love and loss.
The Concordia Chamber Players have been a mainstay of The Princeton Festival since our inception in 2005. This year’s program features two exciting piano quartets by Joaquín Turina and Anton Dvořák, as well as a profoundly moving trio by Edvard Grieg.
A familiar group of fairy tale characters are thrown together on stage in this darkly funny, award-winning musical from Stephen Sondheim.
Attend the exciting Final Round of The Princeton Festival’s 13th annual Piano Competition for young artists ages 6 to 24, drawn from the tri-state area, nationally, and even internationally.
Explore the relationship between past and present through art songs, chamber music, poetry, and more, in this exciting new interdisciplinary event.
Enjoy an evening of dancing under the stars with Manhattan’s best jazz and Latin band.
Concertmaster Juan Carlos Zamudio returns with this favorite Festival ensemble for an intimate chamber performance on period instruments, performed this year in the surrounding beauty of Trinity Church.
Playing to sold-out crowds since 2015, the Princeton Festival Baroque Orchestra features some of the world’s most talented musicians on period instruments.
The Princeton Festival Baroque Orchestra and Chorus come together in a magnificent concert of Handel, this year performed in the exquisite Mayo Concert Hall.
Young Artists from our opera and musical casts perform audience favorites under the stars.
Professor Stacy Wolf will lead a journey “into the woods” of Stephen Sondheim’s award-winning musical, and examine its enduring appeal.
Join us for a sneak peek at our 2020 productions of La Traviata and Into the Woods, beginning with a panel discussion with the directors and including performances from both productions.
Early music expert and performer John Burkhalter will discuss Baroque music and instruments with a focus on pieces being performed during the Festival’s 2020 season.
Enjoy this free screening of Camille (1936), a beautiful film adaptation of the same play that inspired La Traviata, starring Greta Garbo and Robert Taylor.
Popular long-time Festival lecturer Marianne Grey examines the biography of the renowned composer Giuseppe Verdi, with specific attention to his great opera “La Traviata.”
Stuart Holt explores the relationships between operatic and musical forms, including pairings such as “La Traviata” and “Pretty Woman,” and “La Boheme” and “Rent.”
Professor Timothy Urban examines Verdi’s opera, “La Traviata,” to explore how the music enhances the text and drama of an opera.