Review

Princeton Symphony Orchestra Presents Second Concert of Garden Chamber Music Series

Princeton Symphony Orchestra has found a way to make live music happen--on the grounds of Princeton's Morven Museum and Garden. For the second time this fall, a small ensemble from the Symphony presented a concert from the porch of the Morven pool house, with an audience spaced out in 50 or so "pods" on the lawn as part of a "Chamber Music in the Garden" series.

Despite a definite chill in the air last Thursday afternoon (and its effect on the wind instruments), the five principal wind players of Princeton Symphony were clearly delighted to be back in the performing arena--their first live performance in six months. As flutist Yevgeny Faniuk, oboist Lillian Copeland, clarinetist Pascal Archer, bassoonist Charlie Bailey and hornist Jonathan Clark played the hour-long program, Princeton Symphony made concertgoers comfortable on the grass with offers of blankets and plenty of room to see the concert.

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