Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, PUSCC is offering Live Streamed concerts this year.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23RD at 7:30pm
from the Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville
The Ulysses Quartet believes intensely in the power of music to inspire, enlighten and bring people together. The quartet is committed to sharing this passion by increasing access to and appreciation for classical music while enhancing audience engagement. Their programs frequently enable participants to learn about the inner workings of a string quartet and to explore the connections between classical music and our world today.
Christina Bouey, violin Colin Brookes, viola
Rhiannon Banerdt, violin Grace Ho, cello
Rhapsodic Melodies Paul Frucht
Rhapsody Germaine Tailleferre
String Quartet No. 2, "Intimate Letters " LeošJanácek
2 Pieces for String Quartet Dmitri Shostakovich
Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 44, No. 3 Felix Mendelssohn
MONDAY , JULY 19Th at 7:30pm
The Horszowski Trio enjoys opportunities to expand its chamber
music horizons through collaborations, and has worked with such
musicians as Aaron Boyd (from the Escher Quartet), Kikuei Ikeda (Tokyo Quartet), Masumi Per Rostad (Pacifica Quartet), Phillip Ying (Ying Quartet), and Roberto Diaz.
The Horszowski Trio is the Ensemble-in-Residence at the Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and of the Leschetizky Association in New York City.
Jesse Mills, violin Ole Akahoshi, cello Rieko Aizawa, piano
Notturno in E-flat major, D. 897 (1827) Franz Schubert
Trio (1921) Rebecca Clarke
Trio in G minor, Op. 15 Bedřich Smetana
TUESDAY , AUGUST 10TH at 7:30pm
The Dorian Quintet partners with the Pro Musicis foundation, expanding and restructuring its outreach efforts in New York City – bringing chamber music of the highest quality to residents of assisted living facilities, rehabilitation facilities, hospitals, schools, community centers, and retirement communities. Its goal is to provide access for audiences that are prevented from attending regular concert venues, spread joy and inspiration to people in difficult situations, and for the Quintet to continue enriching its beloved New York City community.
Gretchen Pusch, flute Benjamin Fingland, clarinet
Roni Gal-Ed, guest oboist Adrian Morejon, bassoon
Karl Kramer-Johansen, french horn
Selections by Johann Sebastian Bach
Ecosystems (NJ Premiere) Billy Childs
"Cafe 1930" from Histoire du Tango Astor Piazzolla
Suite for Wind Quintet Amanda Harberg
Tickets are available online one week before each concert through the University Ticket Office (below) or by clicking the "Tickets Available..." link by each concert.
ONLY 4 TICKETS ALLOWED PER PARTY
*** If "sold out" on university ticket office website, tickets will be available at the Richardson Auditorium ticket office 1 1/2 hour before the concert.
Please take only as many tickets as you will need
and return any unused tickets to the box office.
This will allow more people the opportunity to enjoy these free concerts!
For people with disabilities:
For those people who need special seating arrangements, please call and leave your name, address, phone number and number of tickets you would like on a message at (609) 570-8404 OR email your request to email@example.com the Friday before the concert you wish to attend.
Doors will open for those with disabilities 45 minutes before the concert. There will be assigned areas for those with disabilities and for senior living groups. Please follow the directions of the ushers. Doors open for general seating 30 minutes before the concert. Seats are not reserved.
All concerts are held in Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall on the Princeton University campus.
Metered parking is available on the street in the Princeton Borough. Parking garages are available for public parking on Hulfish Street and Chamber Street surrounding Palmer Square. For information on parking in Princeton please visit http://princetonparking.com (maintained by Princeton Borough).
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Caryl Tipton, Concert Manager
Melissa Bohl, Chair and Artistic Director
Martha Cook Davidson
Woolworth Music Center, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 08542, United States