Princeton Symphony Orchestra Presents Broadway POPS! Concert – “The Garland Magic”

Broadway POPS! The Garland Magic is sponsored byNina Wainwright, Debora and John Haines, Alyson and William Landers, Edward E. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Paneyko, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood W. Phares, Judith McCartin Scheide, and Mr. and Mrs. John Steffens.

For tickets, please call the PSO at (609) 497-0020 or buy online at Tickets may also be purchased at the Richardson Auditorium box office and at Prices range from $25-$68; all student tickets are $25 with valid ID. Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more.

Richardson Auditorium is wheelchair accessible and large-print programs are available.

Saturday, February 9, 8 pm: The PSO presents its Broadway POPS! concert, The Garland Magic, featuring Karen Mason with favorites from the Judy Garland songbook

Whether performing classical masterworks, introducing music by modern-day masters, or hosting students at their first live symphony performance, the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is a cultural centerpiece of the Princeton community and one of New Jersey's finest music organizations. Led by Music Director Rossen Milanov and guided by an extraordinary Board of Trustees, the PSO offers orchestral, pops, and chamber music programs of the highest quality, as well as lectures and other events to complement these concerts. Through PSO BRAVO!, the orchestra produces wide-reaching and innovative education programs, carried out in partnerships with local schools and arts organizations. With funding for excellence from the National Endowment for the Arts, the PSO is also a multiple-year recipient of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts' highest honors-a Citation of Excellence and designation as a Major Arts Institution-and in June 2011, the PSO received an ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming. The only professional orchestra to make its home in Princeton, the PSO performs at historic Richardson Auditorium on the campus of Princeton University.

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