PSO Reveals Plans for its 2023 Princeton Festival, June 9-25
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) reveals a compelling line-up of performances for this year's Princeton Festival, the PSO's annual live arts extravaganza.
The majority of the Festival takes place June 9-25, 2023 within an enormous tented pavilion erected seasonally on the grounds of Morven Museum & Garden, complete with concessions and gathering spaces. Events range from a beloved comic opera by Gioachino Rossini to independent tributes honoring the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin and Harvey Milk, one of the first openly gay elected officials in the US, plus orchestral concerts, chamber music and dance, a Juneteenth celebration, a Family Day, and genre-defying performances by top
ensembles and three 2023 Grammy Award winners.
Edward T. Cone Music Director Rossen Milanov, the creative force behind it all, says of the Festival's variety of events, "We wanted to create a Festival that was fun, yet relevant - connecting with new audiences through music, dance, and theater - proving that age-old art forms can be fresh and full of meaning for today's arts lovers."
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