Accessibility Services

Music is an art that relies on two groups of participants: performers and listeners. In the process, a deeply experienced form of human communication occurs that gives meaning to our existence. The Princeton Symphony Orchestra believes that when more people are listening, more meaning is possible in our lives. 

To be more welcoming and accessible, we've incorporated a new translate function on our website. This allows us to connect with people through their preferred language. You can try it out by clicking on the downward arrow to the right of "English" at the top, right-hand corner of our website, then clicking again on your preferred language. The website should then automatically translate all pages to that language. Design formatting may be affected as some text areas may expand. 

Please Note: Below is a comprehensive list of all accessibility services the PSO offers. Specific services vary per concert. 

For more information on which services are available for a particular performance, contact Interim ADA Coordinator Mika Godbole.

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