2011-2012 Press

5/16/12: Town Topics – Princeton Symphony Orchestra Celebrates Mother’s Day in Impressionistic Style

5/15/12: The Philadelphia Inquirer – Milanov Powerful, Intense in Princeton

5/13/12: The Star-Ledger – Mixing Mother-Love and Melody: Princeton Composer Sarah Kirkland Snider Found that Starting a Family Fed Her Creative Endeavors

5/11/12: The Times of Trenton – Sarah Kirkland Snider’s Composition Is Part of Princeton Symphony Orchestra Program

5/9/12: US 1 – A Native Daughter Makes Her Princeton Premiere

3/18/12: Town Topics – Shakespeare’s Works Inspired Three Composers in Spring Concert at Richardson Auditorium

3/16/12: The Times of Trenton – Lowell Liebermann’s Flute Concerto Is Centerpiece of PSO Concert

3/14/12: Princeton Packet – Eugenia Zukerman, Star Flutist, Is a Renaissance Woman

2/13/12: The New York Times – Prokofiev Version of “Eugene Onegin” at Princeton

2/13/12: The Moscow Times – Lost Version of “Eugene Onegin” on at Princeton

2/11/12: The Philadelphia Inquirer – Nurturing a Prokofiev Foundling

2/11/12: The Star-Ledger – Score of “Eugene Onegin” Is an Intriguing Venture

2/9/12: Daily Princetonian – Princeton Premieres Pushkin’s “Eugene Onegin”

2/8/12: WHYY Newsworks – Princeton Presents Long-Silenced Prokofiev Work

2/8/12: Town Topics – Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s Winter Concert Journeys Through Russian with Three Composers

2/6/12: The Star-Ledger – Never-Staged Version of Eugene Onegin Finds Its Way to the Stage in Princeton

2/3/12: The Times of Trenton – Prokofiev Work Banned by Soviets to Get World Premiere at Princeton

2/1/12: U.S. 1 – The Hidden Dramatization of “Eugene Onegin”

1/26/12: Princeton Packet – Simply Russian

12/15/11: Princeton Patch – Pop Go the Holidays

11/28/11: Princeton Patch – PSO Gets Grant to Perform Censored Russian Drama

11/16/11: Town Topics – “Memory and the Work of Art” Project Continues with 20th Century Music

11/14/11: The Philadelphia Inquirer – In Princeton, an Ambitious Program of Rachmaninoff and Edward T. Cone

11/11/11: The Times of Trenton – Princeton Symphony Orchestra Offers Program Based on Art and Poetry

11/9/11: U.S. 1 – From T.S. Eliot to Poe, Poetry-Inspired Music

10/13/11: Pennington Post – Princeton’s Festival of Music & Art Draws Large Crowd to Concert and Museum

10/4/11: Town Topics – Princeton Symphony Orchestra Season Opens with Music Featuring “Visions of America”

10/4/11: The Star-Ledger – Joyful Noise at Princeton Symphony Orchestra Premiere

9/30/11: The Times of Trenton – Eclectic Violinist Joins Princeton Symphony in American-Themed Concert

9/23/11: The West Windsor-Plainsboro News – Jackie Watson Uses Her Viola in Her “Day” and “Night” Jobs

9/23/11: The Times of Trenton – PSO Family Concert Aims to Extend Reach of Timeless Music

9/23/11: The Princeton Packet – A Cornucopia of Culture for Families

9/21/11: Princeton Patch – Classical Music for the Kids

9/14/11: Pennington Post – PSO, Princeton University Art Museum Team Up for Festival of Music and Art