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Princeton Symphony Orchestra Announces 2019-2020 Season

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The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) announces its 2019-2020 Season celebrating Music Director Rossen Milanov’s 10th Anniversary. Milanov was recently named the PSO’s inaugural Edward T. Cone Music Director.

The season offers Saturday and Sunday performances of all programs at Richardson Auditorium, and features soloists including pianists Christina and Michelle Naughton and Natasha Paremski, cellist Pablo Ferrandez, clarinetist Kinan Azmeh, and violinist Stefan Jackiw. Violinist Daniel Rowland returns to perform Beethoven’s Triple Concerto with cellist Maja Bogdanovic and pianist Steven Beck.

An all-Mozart opening concert; symphonies by Tchaikovsky, Brahms, and Beethoven; Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherezade; Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition; concertos by Rachmaninoff, Elgar, Mendelssohn, and Beethoven; and contemporary works by Anna Clyne and Julian Grant are planned. In keeping with the PSO’s commitment to supporting today’s composers, the orchestra performs a new work by Saad Haddad, his second to be co-commissioned.

Each Sunday classical series concert is preceded by a pre-concert talk hosted by the conductor. Ancillary events are planned to enrich the live concert experience and encourage a dialogue connecting the community to the orchestral music heard in the concert hall.

While single tickets go on sale this summer, subscriptions to the six-concert 2019-2020 PSO Classical Series with Saturday and Sunday options are available now. Single seat subscriptions are available at $462, $384, $282, $186, and $84 (youth). Subscribers are eligible for discounts on Holiday POPS! tickets and receive priority reservations for free tickets to the four-concert PSO Chamber Series at the Institute for Advanced Study (Chamber concert tickets become available to the general public three weeks prior to each concert).

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