Princeton's Appetite for Visual and Performing Arts is Strong
What does our community want now? Music. Correction, live music! For most, the pandemic is like a dissonant chord that just won't quit--it's annoying and soul-draining. To combat it, Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) patrons have resolved to take back their cultural lives with a renewed appreciation for live music.
As Jay Vawter, a former PSO board member and long-time patron of the Princeton arts scene says, "We look forward to attending live music performances in the concert hall again alongside friends and others who appreciate that every concert offers a unique musical experience." He adds, "We've certainly enjoyed the PSO's outdoor concerts at Morven very much, as it was our first opportunity to comfortably attend a live performance."
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