Juneteenth Celebration Honoring Black Choral Music

Performance Pavilion - Morven Museum & Garden
$10 - $60; Youth 17 and under, half-price

Choral conductor Vinroy D. Brown, Jr. of Westminster Choir College leads a choir drawn from the community and anchored by the Capital Singers of Trenton. The program will feature Robert Ray’s iconic Gospel Mass with additional choral selections highlighting the joy and spirit of Black music.

This performance is made possible in part through the generosity of Sarah Ringer.


1pm – Flag Raising with the Municipality of Princeton

4pm – "Let Freedom Ring" Booth

4-7pm – Community Celebration featuring anti-racist groups, social justice organizations, art organizations, and community groups. 

Festival Foodie Friend Tipple & Rose will be donating treats while supplies last! Big Easy of Downtown Trenton will have a dinner assortment available for purchase from 4-7pm (Cash and Apply Pay accepted.)



Rev. Simeon Spencer, speaker
Princeton Festival Community Chorus
Vinroy D. Brown, Jr., conductor

Capital Singers of Trenton 
Caritas Chamber Chorale
St. David The King Church
Union Baptist Church,
Elmwood Concert Singers-Elmwood United Presbyterian Church
Trenton Children’s Chorus
Absalom Jones Inspirational Choir- Trinity Episcopal Church (Trenton)
Princeton Pro Musica
Philomusica Concert Choir

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