The Princeton Singers

Coming Up:

30th Anniversary Concert!

Saturday, September 27, 2014 at 8:00pm

Trinity Church, Princeton


When The Princeton Singers was founded thirty years ago, it was the dream of a few devoted singers and founder, John Bertalot. Under the direction of Bertalot and current Artistic Director, Steven Sametz, with the help of friends, the Princeton community, and generations of talented singers, The Princeton Singers is now recognized as one of the premiere professional chamber choirs in the country.


To celebrate, Steven Sametz has chosen a program of wonders, dreams, and visions from the Renaissance, to new works created through The Princeton Singers’ active commissioning program. We are joined by returning alumni to present works by Stenhammar, Debussy, Verdalot, and featuring Whitacre’s Leonardo Dreams of His Flying Machine, a reprise of Sametz’s Dante’s Dream, and the premiere of a new work commemorating the thirtieth anniversary season by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Steven Stucky, Winter Stars.

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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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