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Opportunities: Call for Plays, Nominations

The Lawrence Library is accepting play submissions for its annual PlayFest on Saturday, April 27, 2019.

For Voices Chorale, New Voice, New Director

Voices Chorale NJ is hoping to find a new voice under David A. McConnell. McConnell takes over as artistic director of the recently restructured choral ensemble, which will present its first program of the season in two upcoming concerts.

A New Jersey Artist Creates Without Objects

“Michael Rees: Synthetic Cells,” on view through July 14, 2019, is filling the Grounds for Sculpture gallery with augmented reality.

Artsbridge at Prallsville

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Princeton Concerts Celebrating 125 Years with ‘The Dude’ Gustavo Dudamel

Gustavo Dudamel, one of classical music’s busiest and most charismatic musicians, has managed to find room in his over-stuffed schedule to visit Princeton on Saturday and Sunday, December 1 and 2.

Harpists Bring Heavenly Sound to Princeton Chapel

Harpist Elaine Christy will present her 17th annual “Harp Extravaganza” at the chapel on Wednesday, November 28, at 7:30 p.m. Princeton University harp students will be joined by chamber musicians for an evening of divine music.

Rock Rocking Artist’s Works in Lambertville and Trenton

American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “There are no second acts in American lives,” but Hamilton resident Howard Michaels is proving otherwise.

George Segal’s Pregnancy Series

When the Zimmerli Art Museum hosted a posthumous George Segal exhibition earlier this year, one of the most alluring wall pieces was the figural relief "Pregnancy Series: Seven Stages."...

Sights & Sounds of the Holiday Season

World-class music, theater, history, and more are lighting up the holiday season — all part of a tradition that enriches the entire region.

Art and Soul for the Holidays

Trenton Community A-TEAM is holding a series of holiday sales of artworks made by its members.

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