Not So Cozy CosÌ

with Julian Grant
Free and open to the public.

As a prelude to the opening night performance, composer and Princeton Symphony Orchestra Trustee Julian Grant will engage listeners in a talk describing how Mozart humanizes the sometimes cynical and sexist hi-jinks within Così fan tutte, and emerges with a comedic opera.

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This talk is presented as a Princeton Symphony Orchestra BRAVO! community enrichment program. For more information about PSO BRAVO!, visit:

Performances of Così fan tutte take place on the grounds of Morven Museum & Garden June 14, 16 and 18.


Julian Grant, composer - headshot

Julian Grant is the composer of 20 operas which have been performed by English National Opera, the Royal Opera Covent Garden, and Boston Lyric Opera among many others. Born in London, he has lived in Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, and China, and moved to the US in 2010. He has been nominated for an Olivier Award and an International Opera Award, and has worked as a broadcaster, teacher, and music journalist, contributing regularly to Opera Magazine. He is committed to music education for all, and has done projects with the major opera companies, Buskaid in Soweto, Capital Harmony Works in Trenton NJ, and the Princeton Symphony Orchestra.


Stockton Education Center
Morven Museum and Garden
55 Stockton Street
Princeton, NJ 08540

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