The Princeton Singers

Hear My Prayer

Princeton University Art Museum

Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 5:30 and 8:00PM

$15 adults/students   Click Here to Purchase Tickets Online


Composers of all eras chose to set prayers – to heighten the meaning of the text or allow us to enter a sacred world that opens beyond the texts. The Princeton Singers performs the luminous Lamentations of Jeremiah of Thomas Tallis, one of the gems of the English Renaissance, with Bach’s Motet III, “Komm, Jesu komm” and the glorious Lenten motets of Francis Poulenc.


The artistry of The Princeton Singers has inspired and thrilled audiences for almost three decades. A professional vocal ensemble based in central New Jersey, we bring to life a broad range of repertoire from medieval to modern. Critics and audience members have hailed our "subtlely-nuanced phrasing" and "flowing choral tone." You can be a part of the magic of our music. Learn more through the links at the top of this page, or call us at (866) 846-SING.


Listen to a selection of music from The Princeton Singers online.


Old New Borrowed Blues Our latest recording, released in 2002, is Old New Borrowed Blues (American Folk/Gospel).



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