Community & Family Programs
Our community is our family!
Our partnerships with local organizations, from beloved neighborhood businesses to celebrated educational programs, provides new ways into the music we love every season.
In addition to the annual programs listed below, we have also enjoyed collaborating with the D&R Greenway Land Trust to develop new initiatives in the beautiful nature surrounding us, pairing music with delicacies from The Gingered Peach, Olsson’s Fine Foods, and The Simple Stove, and deepening our ties to the community by working with Labyrinth Books, Meals on Wheels, the Princeton Senior Resource Center, and Princeton’s public schools.
Interested in partnering with us? We’d love to hear from you!
In partnership with the local Public Library, we have hosted a series of free conversations with musicians, film screenings, family events, and more. Upcoming events TBA.
All in the Family
Instill a lifelong love of music in your kids through live chamber music programs that we bring to Richardson Auditorium, including “Orli Shaham’s Bach Yard” for pre-K and early-elementary aged youngsters, and “Meet the Music” with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center for kids ages six and older. Student tickets are also available for all of our concert offerings.
Neighborhood Music Project
An educational initiative designed to connect students in neighboring underserved communities with the professional musicians on our series, in collaboration with Trenton Arts at Princeton and generously supported by The Gustavo Dudamel Foundation. Events include artist visits to local music programs, and facilitating student attendance at Princeton University Concerts events.
Annual Chamber Jam
An opportunity for amateur musicians of all ages and levels to play through music alongside professional artists on our season. Past participants include members of the Berlin Philharmonic with conductor Gustavo Dudamel, Chicago Symphony Winds, East Coast Chamber Orchestra, Escher String Quartet, St. Lawrence String Quartet, Takács String Quartet, and the Tenebrae Choir.