Princeton Festival

Jessica Franko

This Friday afternoon (6/15) features another special 4 pm concert broadcast - enjoy the Princeton Festival Chorus and Baroque Orchestra in a 2017 performance of four Baroque choral masterworks. The program includes Beatus Vir by Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi's Kyrie in G minor, The Miserere in C minor by Jan Zelenka and Handel's Chandos Anthem No. 11a. Dr. Jan Harrington led the master class program from which this concert grew. 

Join  host Glenn Smith for this final Princeton Festival broadcast of the season.

The Concordia Chamber Players performs works by Aaron Jay Kernis, Ludwig van Beethoven and Richard Strauss this Friday (6/8) afternoon at 4 pm in a broadcast of its 2017 appearance at the Princeton Festival. The program includes Mozart en Route, or "A Little Traveling Music," by Kernis; Beethoven's Piano Trio in D Op. 70 No. 1, "Ghost" Trio; and Strauss' Piano Quartet in C minor Op 13.

On the concert you'll hear pianist William Wolfram, violinist Emily Daggett Smith, violist Ayane Kozasa and cellist Michelle Djokic. Glenn Smith will be your host for this afternoon broadcast.

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In an effort to expand its reach to new, particularly younger audiences, The Princeton Festival has announced a new "Young Friends of the Princeton Festival" program. This week on A Tempo (6/9 at 7 pm), host Rachel Katz will speak with CJ Ru, the Princeton Festival's director of operations, about this program, which includes discounted tickets on select performances  of the Festival's opera production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly, and a drink at intermission to those between the ages of 21 and 40.

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The Princeton Festival returns to The Classical Network Friday (5/25) at the special time of 4 pm with a concert by the Princeton Festival Baroque Orchestra and Concertmaster Juan Carlos Zamudio. You'll hear Alessandro Stradella's Concerto Grosso in D and the Concerto Grosso in B minor Op. 6 No. 12 by George Frederic Handel, whose aria "Da Tempeste" from his opera Giulio Cesare will also be included on the program, performed by soprano Paloma Friedhoff Bello.

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The Princeton Festival returns to The Classical Network Sunday at 3 pm with a complete performance of Beethoven's only opera, Fidelio. Glenn Smith hosts this broadcast of the Festival's 2017 opera, featuring tenor Noah Baetge in the role of Florestan and soprano Marcy Stonikas as the heroine Leonore.

The jailer Rocco will be performed by bass Gustav Andreassen, his daughter Marzelline is soprano Danielle Talamantes, the villainous Don Pizarro is bass-baritone Joseph Barron, Jacquino is tenor Michael Kuh and Don Fernando is bass-baritone Cameron Jackson.

The Concordia Chamber Players perform works by Benjamin Britten, Sir Arnold Bax and Johannes Brahms in this concert from The Princeton Festival Thursday at 4 pm.

Enjoy an organ recital by Kristiaan Seynhave from The Princeton Festival this Tuesday at 4 pm. Glenn Smith is your host for this program that will include Cesar Franck's Grande Piece Symphonique Op. 17 and Charles-Marie Widor's Organ Symphony No. 5.

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performs a program featuring Tan Dun, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Camille Saint-Saens and Maurice Ravel under Music Director Xian Zhang this Friday at 8 pm. 

The Princeton Festival returns to The Classical Network's airwaves this week, beginning Thursday (5/25) at 4 pm with a concert by the Festival Baroque Orchestra and concertmaster Juan Carlos Zamudio. Featured on the program is Francesco Maria Veracini's Overture No. 3 in B-Flat, Georg Philipp Telemann's Concerto in D minor for two oboes, bassoon, strings and continuo, and Antonio Vivaldi's Motet In furore iustissimae irae. You'll also hear Guiseppe Torelli's Trumpet Concerto in D and Johann David Heinichen's Concerto A 7 in G.