2021 Princeton Festival Concludes with Two Live-Streamed Concerts of Opera Highlights, Multi-Genre Immersive Video Event
This year’s Princeton Festival season, running through June 20, concludes with two live-streamed Opera by Twilight concerts of favorite arias on consecutive Sundays, June 13 and 20, and Dreaming/Undreaming, a multi-genre immersive video experience, commissioned from the Chicago-based arts collective Kosmologia, on Thursday, June 17. All events start at 7 pm.
Information on and tickets for these virtual online events are available at www.princetonfestival.org or by calling 609-759-1979.
Viewers of the Opera by Twilight concerts will hear two different programs of beloved tunes from popular works, plus a few surprises, all sung by outstanding vocalists. The selections come from Bizet’s blockbuster Carmen; Puccini’s romantic La Bohème and tragic Tosca; Verdi’s melancholy La Traviata; comedies by Mozart and Rossini; and works by Cilea, Delibes, Lehar, and Weill.
Dreaming/Undreaming is a unique visual and musical experience incorporating various arts and technologies. It is based on the music of Bach and the fiction of Jorge Luis Borges.
TICKETS: Buyers of tickets for these events will be able to watch them as often as they like through June 30. Season tickets, which give buyers access to all three events plus four additional 2021 Festival concerts, are available until June 20 at a discount of over 40% compared to single-ticket prices.
The Festival also offers eight talks and artist interviews, including four on opera alone, all free of charge.
A complete list of free events and ticketed performances is available at www.princetonfestival.org.