The following nondiscrimination policy was adopted unanimously at a PSO board meeting on May 1, 2006:
“Music is an art that relies on two groups of participants: Performers and listeners. In the process, a deeply experienced form of human communication occurs that gives meaning to our existence. The Princeton Symphony Orchestra believes that when more people are listening, more meaning is possible in our lives. The PSO does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to, and treatment of or employment in, our services, programs, or activities.”
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Our main stage concerts take place in Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall, on the campus of Princeton University. The ground floor of Richardson Auditorium is fully wheelchair accessible, including its restrooms. Newer accessibility features include additional wheelchair platforms, assisted listening devices, and hand rails. As there is no elevator to the balcony level, we recommend that patrons with mobility issues choose seats downstairs.
If needed, patrons may be dropped off and picked up right outside of the concert hall; simply use the Faculty Road entrance. Available handicapped parking on the Princeton University campus may vary based on the event date; for detailed information on campus parking policies, click here or call Princeton University Public Safety at (609) 258-1000.
Large-print programs are available by request at the ADA desk located on the ride side of Richardson Auditorium’s ambulatory.
Assistive listening devices are available by request at the ADA desk located on the ride side of Richardson Auditorium’s ambulatory.
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Accessibility Map Featuring Alexander Hall (Richardson Auditorium) at E1
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For any of our events, if you require services such as sign-language interpretation or braille materials, or if you will bring a service animal, please contact the PSO office at (609) 497-0020 so that we may make arrangements.
The PSO staff is eager to make your visit as comfortable and pleasant as possible. Please let us know if we may be of help in anyway; we want to ensure that your experience is as wonderful as the music!