Experience world-class music more personally than ever before as you meditate to the playing of pianist Brad Mehldau, guided by Associate Dean Matthew Weiner, Princeton University Office Religious Life. This is a FREE, unticketed opportunity to indulge in attentive, focused, and mindful listening. No prior experience necessary.
Please note that capacity is limited, and there will be no late seating. We advise participants to arrive early. Doors to the hall will open at 12:00PM and will close once capacity is reached. The event will conclude by 1:30PM.
Brad Mehldau will perform in the evening with tenor Ian Bostridge, presenting his own song cycle, The Folly of Desire, as well as Schumann's Dichterliebe. For concert tickets and further information, click here.
Please be aware that this event may be photographed and/or filmed for promotional and archival purposes. By participating in the event, you consent to appearing in images resulting from the photography/video filming. Please see a staff member with any concerns.
- The New York Times
“music wound its way through me as sound turned pure sensation.”
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