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Dressed in their best, Princeton Symphony Orchestra puts on outdoor performance in town square

PSO Timpani player Jeremy Levine plays the Timpani. To his left, another man is filming with a camera on a tripod.

After a one-day rain delay, members of The Princeton Symphony Orchestra brass and percussion sections set up in the soggy grass at Palmer Square Tuesday afternoon to entertain the public and do a professional video recording.

The project is the brainchild of the orchestra's Executive Director Marc Uys. 

"For many of the musicians involved, this project represents their first and only work in six months," Uys said. "They are extremely grateful and excited to be playing with colleagues again."

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