Princeton Symphony expands online offerings with concert rebroadcasts, recipes, visual art

Posted on: April 7, 2020

“The Princeton Symphony Orchestra has launched At Home with the PSO, a new feature on the organization’s website,” reads an unsigned article in Friday’s (4/3) Community News (Central New Jersey). “Free content being offered includes: ‘Play it Forward,’ online weekly webcasts of PSO performances; ‘Cooking with the PSO,’ featuring recipes by musicians; a virtual gallery of student artwork and writings; and PSO photo albums. This week’s webcast is launched by special arrangement with PSO musicians with a performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 … performed in … February 2019…. Musicians are contributing their favorite recipes weekly to the ‘Cooking with the PSO’ series. This week’s recipe includes a video of Music Director Rossen Milanov introducing his recipe ‘Maple Soy Sauce Glazed Tofu.’ … A new recipe will be posted every Wednesday. The PSO is also creating a fully interactive, virtual gallery experience to showcase creative works by area middle school students who participated in this season’s PSO BRAVO! Listen Up! Response Program. The students’ visual art and writings were conceived in response to a performance of Saad Haddad’s Concerto for Clarinet, a PSO co-commission, performed by guest soloist Kinan Azmeh and the Princeton Symphony Orchestra in January 2020.”