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Rossen Milanov and the Voice of the Princeton Festival

Rossen Milanov visible from the shoulders up. He is smiling at the camera in front of a white and orange backdrop.

Long before Rossen Milanov became a conductor and music director of both the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) and the newly reconfigured Princeton Festival, he was a singer.

"Many instrumentalists hear the music through the instruments. [For] me, it's through the voice," he says.

So while Milanov has assembled a dazzling array of chamber music, jazz/cabaret, pops, choral programs, and a Stephen Sondheim tribute during the 16-day festival beginning June 10, it is no suprise opera is central to his love of the performing arts.

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