MONTHLY CALENDAR
JANUARY 2019

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GUSTAVO DUDAMEL RESIDENCY: PART TWO
Mon. - Wed. Jan 7-9
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY CONCERTS

Maestro Gustavo Dudamel's second visit to campus includes performances by members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and students from the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles, and discussion on topics from Art & Faith, the El Sistema music education program, and a Spanish-language talk on music as a force of freedom. Many events free.
CHAMBER MUSIC RECITAL
Wed. Jan 9 2PM & 7:30PM
Free, Unticketed
MUS 213 COURSE FINAL PROJECT

Students in the chamber music course MUS 213 perform a final recital of chamber works spanning the repertory. The event is in two parts, one at 2PM and one at 7:30PM. Both parts are free and open to all.
Thu. Jan 10 7:30PM | Free, Unticketed
JAZZ AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

A program of works by Freddy Hubbard, Benny Golson, Sonny Rollins, Ornette Coleman, Thelonious Monk, and Billy Strayhorn under the direction of master bassist Matthew Parrish. The ensemble evokes the small group tradition of the Art Blakey groups of the 50’s and 60's where improvisation and inspiring interaction are key.
DIE GÄRTNERIN AUS LIEBE
(THE PRETEND GARDEN GIRL)
Fri & Sat Jan 11-12 7:30PM
Free, Ticketed
A fully-staged version of W.A. Mozart's light-hearted early opera, written when the composer was only eighteen years old, featuring students in MUS214: Opera Workshop and the Princeton University Sinfonia.
Tues. Jan 22 7:30PM | Free, Unticketed
Students in the course MUS215: Projects in Jazz Performance, taught by jazz pianist Kris Davis, present original compositions as part of their final project in this course concert, free and open to all.
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