Princeton Symphony Orchestra Presents First in Series of Virtual Performances
For the fall portion of its 2020-2021 season, Princeton Symphony Orchestra has designed a hybrid concert schedule of virtual and live performances. The first live concert, featuring a small ensemble of brass players, took place the last week of September at Princeton's Morven Museum and Garden.
PSO presented its opening virtual performance this past Sunday at the ensemble's usual concert time of 4 p.m., but instead of listening raptly in Princeton University's Richardson Auditorium, this event's concertgoers were at home gathered around desktop computers, laptops, iPads and iPhones in the Symphony's first presentation of a "Virtual Concerts: Your Orchestra, Your Home" series. Princeton Symphony Orchestra Music Director Rossen Milanov has programmed three virtual concerts for October and November, mixing classical standards with works by contemporary composers.
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