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Events for Sunday April 7, 2019

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Music That Tells a Story - Nassau Presbyterian Church

Sunday April 7, 2019
2:30 PM

61 Nassau Street, Princeton - -

Featuring faculty of The New School for Music Studay and student narration of the stories of famous pieces by Ravel, Prokofiev, Schumann and more.

Giuseppe Verdi’s AIDA, Boheme Opera NJ

Sunday April 7, 2019
3:00 PM

On Friday, April 5 at 8:00pm and Sunday, April 7 at 3:00pm, Boheme Opera NJ will celebrate its 30th Anniversary with a full-staged production of one of opera’s most exotic and well-known masterpieces: Giuseppe Verdi’s AIDA. Taking place in ancient Egypt, this is a powerful story of the fierce love of Radames, captain of the Pharaoh’s guard, for Aida, a princess of Ethiopia and daughter of Egypt’s worst enemy, King Amonasro. Completing a love triangle, the Pharaoh’s daughter, Amneris, covets Radames for herself, causing intense moments of jealousy and bitterness. Famous music, choruses and ballet sequences create a sensational theater experience for audiences. Performances will take place at Kendall Main Stage Theater on the campus of The College of New Jersey, 2000 Pennington Rd, Ewing Township, NJ 08628.

For tickets, visit the homepage of, call the TCNJ box office at (609) 771-2775 or link to: For more company information, visit OR Facebook at The opera will be sung in Italian with projected English supertitles. Kendall Theater is handicap accessible, and a campus special needs shuttle will be provided.

"Musica Stravagante" — A Dryden Ensemble Concert

Sunday April 7, 2019
3:00 PM

Glorious music by Baroque masters from Italy and Germany, with works by Albinoni, Vivaldi, Marini, Rosenmüller, Biber, and Bach, including Albinoni's Oboe Concerto in D Minor, Vivaldi's Concerto for Strings in G Minor, Biber's Partia III for two violins and continuo, and Bach's Oboe d'amore Concerto in A Major.

The Dryden Ensemble Jane McKinley, oboe and oboe d'amore; Vita Wallace and Rebecca Harris, violins; Andrea Andros, viola; Lisa Terry, viola da gamba and cello; Daniel Swenberg, Baroque guitar and theorbo; Anne Trout, double bass; and Webb Wiggins, harpsichord, all performing on period instruments.

Ticket prices: $25 general admission; free to students with I.D. Tickets available at the door or online. Ticket information: 

Princeton Theological Seminary, Miller Chapel, 64 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ

How to Lead a Kick-Ass Seder, The Jewish Center Princeton

Sunday April 7, 2019
4:00 PM

Passover (a.k.a. the year’s most complicated dinner party) will be here before we know it. Archie Gottesman – co-founder of JewBelong – will teach us How to Lead a Kick-Ass Seder by following just a few simple steps. (Hint: there are no Seder police and wine is your friend.)

She’ll also share JewBelong’s JewBarrassment-free Passover Haggadah, designed to be enjoyed by all the friends and family at your Seder table – including those who are not Jewish, or who are but didn’t get much Jewish education, or who maybe need a refresher.

Please RSVP to reserve your free copy of the JewBelong Haggadah. Walk-ins Welcome!

Living Life Neopolitan-Style - Dorothea's House

Sunday April 7, 2019
5:00 PM

120 John Street, Princeton - -

Princeton University graduate Katherine Wilson discusses her memoir "Only in Naples: Lessons in Food and Famiglia from My Italian Mother-in-Law." Bring refreshments to share. Free.

The Secret Sisters, Hopewell Theater

Sunday April 7, 2019
7:30 PM

There are two ways of handling a dangerous, raging river: you can surrender and let it carry you away, or you can swim against the flow. For The Secret Sisters, there was a point after the release of their last record when they could have chosen to do neither – instead, sinking to the bottom as the weight of the world washed away their dreams. They went from touring with Bob Dylan to losing their label, purging their team, filing bankruptcy and almost permanently trading harmonies for housecleaning. But there’s a mythical pull to music that kept sisters Laura and Lydia Rogers moving forward, and they came out with a biting and beautiful third LP, produced by Brandi Carlile, You Don’t Own Me Anymore. Their first as New West signees, it’s a document of hardship and redemption, of pushing forward when it would be so much easier to drown in grief. And it’s a story about how passion and pure artistry can be the strongest sort of salvation – how art is left, like perfect grains of sand, when everything else has washed away.


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