Friday, November 4, 2022.
8:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Princeton Seminary Chapel,
64 Mercer St, Princeton, NJ.
Featuring: The American String Quartet
Be part of the live radio audience as Maestro Maull and American String Quartet members Peter Winograd, Laurie Carney, Daniel Avshalomov and Wolfram Koessel explore the effervescent first movement of String Quartet No. 5 by Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. A contemporary of Mozart, Saint-Georges was a virtuoso violinist and composed numerous string quartets, violin concertos, and operas.
Reserve your complimentary seats now to be part of the live audience!
Or call the office at 973-379-2200.
Allow extra time for parking. Everyone must be seated by 7:45pm. Reserved seating is available for The Discovery Orchestra patrons in the first few pews of the chapel.
Directions and campus map. Princeton area map.
If you cannot join us in person, stream anywhere at wwfm.org.
Stream from anywhere at wwfm.org or listen on 89.1-Trenton/Princeton, NJ, 91.1-Toms River, NJ, 89.1-Cape May, NJ, 89.5-Pen Argyl, PA, 96.9-Harmony Township, NJ, 92.7-Allentown, PA, 93.1-Easton, PA, 89.5 HD2-Cherry Hill/Philadelphia and 91.1-Steamboat Springs, CO.
Sponsored by Dan & Gail Kopp and The Kosloski Family Foundation.
The Discovery Orchestra makes every effort to accommodate the needs of individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities for all its programs and activities as well as at its administrative office. Upon request, and with 2 weeks’ notice, specific accommodations will be made subject to our available resources for live events. Large print programs, braille materials and audio described services are available with a minimum of 2 weeks’ notice.