Princeton Singers at University Art Museum

On Saturday, February 25, 2017 at  5:30 pm, and again at 8:00 pm, The Princeton Singers will perform, “As the Lily Among the Thorns” at the Princeton University Art Museum in the acoustically resonant Medieval Gallery.

The concert programs include sacred works by French composer Antoine Brumel (known for his masses), Italian Renaissance composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, and American choral composer, William Billings.

The Princeton Singers perform gems of the Italian, English, American, Slavonic and Bulgarian traditions.

For nearly thirty years, The Princeton Singers have captivated audiences and listeners through excellent singing and musicianship. Founded as a small, professional, independent ensemble in 1983 by John Bertalot, then choirmaster and organist at Trinity Church in Princeton, New Jersey, the Singers soon earned a reputation for “excellent tuning, impeccable control, and subtlely-nuanced phrasing.”

Purchase tickets here.