PSO opens season with vibrant 'Fandango' concert

Violinist Anne Akiko Meyers stands to receive applause after her performance. Behind her, Rossen Milanov and the members of the orchestra are visible.

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra kicked off its 2022-23 season with "Fandango," a joyful and expressive concert of modern and classic dance rhythms featuring the polished beauty of American violinist Anne Akiko Meyers, Sept. 10-11 (I attended on Sept. 11).

Concert-goers were treated to Arturo Márquez’s exhilarating "Fandango" violin concerto and Marcos Fernández’s eclectic "America" symphonic work, in its United States premiere. The two works highlighted the PSO's renewed commitment to presenting premieres of lesser-known, innovative works by living composers and a more inclusive repertoire.

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