Princeton University

Join us Thursday afternoon at 12:30 for a very special holiday edition of our monthly organ recital broadcasts from Princeton University Chapel. This broadcast will feature Eric Plutz performing the Suite from Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker in an arrangement for organ.

Organist Robert Poovey performs Leo Sowerby's complete Symphony in G Major on the next Princeton University Chapel organ concert Thursday at 12:30 pm.

This Monday's Celebrating Our Musical Future presents the Princeton University Orchestra in works by Hindemith and Mahler.

When students returned to Princeton University this Fall, they were welcomed with brand new facilities for those in the creative and performing arts housed in the new Lewis Center for the Arts complex on Alexander Road. The public will be invited to explore these new rehearsal and performance spaces in early October when the University opens it up for a Festival for the Arts. 

The midday Princeton University Chapel Organ recitals return for a new season this Thursday, Sept. 28, with a performance by Benjamin Sheen, featuring program of works by Sir William Walton, Mozart, Schumann and Louis Vierne.

Sounds Choral this week unveils a brand new format and panel of hosts that include some of the most accomplished and respected choral conductors and scholars across the country.

This month's live organ concert broadcast from Princeton University Chapel features Daryl Robinson, Assistant Professor of Organ at Westminster Choir College. The concert will take place at 12:30 pm and will feature works by living composers - Jean Guillou, Jason Roberts, David Conte and Aaron David Miller. Join host David Osenberg for this final organ concert program of the season.

This week's Celebrating Our Musical Future (Monday at 8 pm) returns to Princeton University as the Princeton University Orchestra performs the world premiere of the Piano Concerto Old Nassau by Music Department faculty member Juri Seo.