Princeton University Concerts

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We invite you to take your love of music to the next level by enjoying these programs, many free, designed to bring you closer to the music and the musicians you love. From Live Music Meditations that let you experience world-class music more personally than ever before to collaborative programming with community partners and more, the offerings below let you go beyond the traditional concert hall set-up to hear music in a new way.

We take a moment to reflect on the hope and resiliency inherent within the performing arts, and the pandemic’s impact on the role of the arts in our society, in a new series of weekly conversations hosted by multidisciplinary artist and WNYC host Helga Davis.

JOIN US! as together we create a virtual concert hall! While we miss listening to live music in person with you, we will continue to curate listening experiences related to the music and musicians of the Princeton University Concerts family. Listen in anytime, from the comfort of your home, to the playlists listed below.

Enjoy films related to the programs and artists on our series through these partnerships with the Princeton Garden Theatre and the Princeton Public Library.

An annual opportunity for amateur musicians of all ages and levels to read music with artists on our season. Free, but registration required. The 2019-20 Chamber Jam will be announced shortly.

Experience world-class music more personally than ever before during half-hour meditations to live music, guided by Associate Dean Matthew Weiner of the Princeton University Office of Religious Life. No experience necessary. Free and open to all.