The PSO Goes Virtual For Its HOT MUSIC FOR A COLD NIGHT Gala
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) invites patrons, subscribers, and the greater online community to skip the black-tie and gown this year and enjoy a virtual first-row seat at the hottest social event of the season - the Hot Music for a Cold Night Gala.
The Gala event is hosted by PSO's Edward T. Cone Music Director Rossen Milanov, who brings together an impressive array of guest artists including cellist Pablo Ferrández, piano duo Christina and Michelle Naughton, violin and cello duo Daniel Rowland and Maja Bogdanović, hip-hop percussionist Christylez Bacon, cello and piano duo Zuill Bailey and Natasha Paremski, composer and clarinetist Derek Bermel, and the Signum Quartet. Between performances, co-chairs Yvonne Marcuse, Elizabeth Pepek, and Stephanie Wedeking interact with attendees through a live-chat feature. Funds raised from ticket sales and throughout the evening benefit the orchestra and its PSO BRAVO! education programs.
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