This year’s Princeton Festival showcases five recent Grammy® winners, including a recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in music. The 19th season of the Festival, presented by the Princeton Symphony Orchestra, runs from Friday, June 9th to Sunday, June 25th.
Tickets may be ordered online or by calling 609-497-0020. The following events feature or honor Grammy winners.
- Friday, June 9th. The trio Time for Three, winners of the 2023 Grammy for “Best Classical Music Solo,” open the Festival with their unique brand of genre-defying music.
- Saturday, June 10th. In “Aretha – A Tribute,” the Princeton Symphony Orchestra and dynamic vocalists Capathia Jenkins and Ryan Shaw sing hit songs by Aretha Franklin, who won 18 Grammys during her illustrious career.
- Saturday, June 17th. The Attacca Quartet, which won two out of the last four Grammys for chamber music (2020 and 2023), team with the American Repertory Ballet company in a music-and-dance program that includes a work by Caroline Shaw, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Music (2013) and three Grammys (2014, 2020, 2022) of her own.
- Monday, June 19th. Singer, Met Opera star, and composer Will Liverman headlines a Juneteenth concert of spirituals and songs celebrating Black emancipation. Liverman’s 2023 Grammy recognized the recording of Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones, in which he sang lead.
2023 Princeton Festival tickets range in price from $10 – $125. While most performances take place in an outdoor performance pavilion at Morven Museum & Garden, some are located inside at Trinity Church.
For dates, times, program information, and tickets, visit princetonsymphony.org/festival.