Princeton Symphony to perform three outdoor chamber concerts at Morven Museum and Garden
The first of three Princeton Symphony Orchestra concerts in a new outdoor chamber music series will take place on September 24 on the grounds of Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton, New Jersey. The PSO Brass Quintet—Jerry Bryant, trumpet, Tom Cook, trumpet, Jonathan Clark, horn, Lars Wendt, trombone, and Jonathan Fowler, tuba—will perform music ranging from the Renaissance period to Bernstein’s West Side Story. The audience will be seated in lawn chairs and on blankets, in marked-off, socially distanced “pods” for up to two people. The three Thursday evening concerts showcase individual instrument sections and feature principal musicians. On October 8, a woodwind concert featuring Yevgeny Faniuk, flute, Lillian Copeland, oboe, Pascal Archer, clarinet, Charlie Bailey, bassoon, and Jonathan Clark, horn will perform a program to include Samuel Barber’s Summer Music and Valerie Coleman’s Umoja. Programming will be announced later for the concert on October 15.
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