Suzin Green’s music is haunting and uplifting, soothing and energizing, with a sound that takes you somewhere almost supernatural. The centerpiece is her accomplished and mysterious voice.
Lawrenceville student Andrew Ni created a documentary on local news that will be screened at the New Jersey Film Festival on Friday, February 8.
Passage Theater’s annual Solo Flights series returns with two presentations featuring a single performer: “To My Unborn Child: A Love Letter from Fred Hampton,” running the weekend of February 8 through 10.
Nina Simone’s life and legacy has now been gifted with a terrific stage play with music, “Little Girl Blue,” as written and performed by Laiona Michelle at the George Street Playhouse.
Attitudes in Reverse is accepting submissions for its annual T-shirt design contest. This year’s slogan is “Kind is the New Cool.”
When violinist Xiaofu Zhou arrives in Princeton on Sunday, February 3, for his recital at Princeton Theological Seminary’s Miller Chapel, it will not be through the efforts of an agent or a professional organizer, but rather through the tireless advocacy of those who have been changed by his playing.
‘On Golden Pond” is sturdy enough to earn its continuing place in the American repertoire.
To echo famed American wordsmith Yogi Berra, ‘Classical music has become so familiar, nobody knows about it.’
Tenor Nicholas Phan sings Franz Schubert’s “Schone Mullerin” (Beautiful Milleress), the first ever vocal recital of its kind, at Princeton’s Institute for Advanced Study February 1 and 2.
The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey is accepting entries for its New Jersey Shout Down Drugs contest.