2017 commemorates the 100th anniversary of the American intervention into World War I. This exhibition showcases two important collections rarely seen by the public - posters and flags used to stir patriotism and support the cause of war. On the eve of World War I, President (and former Governor of New Jersey) Woodrow Wilson faced the difficult task of transforming a peace-minded American people into a populace willing to make supreme sacrifices for the country. Replete with patriotic images and…
Saturday, December 16, at 7 pm – Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) Holiday POPS! concert includes songs by John Williams from Home Alone, Franz Waxman’s “1938 Suite” from A Christmas Carol, plus waltzes by Johann Strauss Jr, and a carol sing-along! Rossen Milanov conducts. Assigned Seating: Adults $50 and $40, Youth $25 (17 and under). To order, visit princetonsymphony.org or call 609 / 497-0020.
A superb review of Broadway classics for the entire family presented in glorious symphonic splendor. Features guest soloists direct from the Broadway stage and beyond. Tickets $42-$70 Special discount: Kids under 18 only $15!
The Afro-Cuban All Stars are a revolving door of artistry and talent, and are most well known for their Grammy Award-nominated record A Toda Cuba le Gusta and their Grammy Award-winning record Buena Vista Social Club. The inspiration for both came from Cuba’s rich cultural and musical history. Members of the band past and present include Rubèn Gonzàlez, Orlando “Cachaito” Lòpez, Ibrahim Ferrer, Fèlix Baloy, and Pedro Calvo.