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Princeton Festival Begins With Solid Performance of Concordia Chamber Players

With last Saturday night’s concert by Concordia Chamber Players, this year’s Princeton Festival is off and running. The Concordia ensemble brought only four instrumentalists to this opening concert of Princeton Festival’s 2017 season, but violinist Emily Daggett Smith, violist Ayane Kozasa, cellist Michelle Djokic, and pianist William Wolfram filled Princeton

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Princeton Festival Starts with a Familiar Sound and Group

The Princeton Festival — with 24 events scheduled between Saturday, June 3, and Sunday, June 25 — is a swirl of opera, musical theater, dance, jazz, baroque music, film, a piano competition, and a Walt Disney concert all taking place in various Princeton venues. Highlights include Ludwig van Beethoven’s opera

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Winter Gala 2017 with Mads Tolling and the Mads Men Trio

Mads Tolling and the Mads Men Trio (Mads Tolling on violin, Dan Tepfer on piano and Sam Bevan on upright bass) helped swing us into the new year at our 2107 Winter Gala! Playing modern American Jazz from the 60s as well as a few beautiful original compositions, they held us captivated with

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Memories from the Concordia Chamberfest 2016

As the summer was coming to a close, we were pleased to present a series of enchanting concerts at this year’s Concordia Chamberfest, hosted at Glen Oaks Farm. Our team worked hard behind the scenes to put a total of two concerts and two open rehearsal sessions together which many of you

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A classical year: The best, the worst, the squid brains

With the Philadelphia Orchestra and Opera Philadelphia going full throttle, the region’s year in classical music was bound to be excellent. And it was, with particularly distinguished activity in the outlying areas involving specialists in music both ancient and modern from Chestnut Hill to Princeton. That doesn’t mean everything worked

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