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Full Season of Performances Planned By Local Arts Groups for 2022-23

Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers playing the violin in front of a starry sky.

More than two years after the pandemic paralyzed orchestras, dance companies, and theaters, the 2022-23 season appears to be back on track. Local companies have announced full rosters of in-person performances. Other than the now-expected health and safety advisories, things seem to be back to normal. Following are some of the events planned for fall, winter, and spring.

The season begins on September 10 and 11 when the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) returns to Richardson Auditorium with a program including Fandango
by Mexican composer Arturo Márquez. Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers is soloist and Music Director Rossen Milanov conducts. The PSO season continues with its fall fundraiser on October 2, “Britten and Elgar” on October 15 and 16, Holiday POPS December 17, and additional programs including the world premiere of Seven Decisions of Gandhi by William Harvey on May 11 and 12. Visit

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