Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato returns to the Princeton University concert on Wednesday, February 1 at 7:30 p.m. Eden, A theatrical program that explores our personal connection with nature and our impact on the world through four centuries of music.
This exclusive event will be held at the Richardson Auditorium at Alexander Hall. The Il Pomo d’Oro Orchestra, conducted by Zefira Valova, and members of the local Princeton Girlchoir will join Didonato in performing.
Directed by stage director Marie Lambert eden A stage music experience that transports the audience to the Garden of Eden. Didonato said in his notes on the liner notes for the 2022 Grammy-nominated album of the same name: Her selections are “unbounded, like wild gardens,” ranging from 17th-century Baroque masterpieces to the world premiere recording of “The First Morning” by Academy Award-winning composer Rachel Portman. up to.
With a focus on the beauty and awe of the natural world, integrating a diverse repertoire, her newly commissioned work confronts climate change and calls for environmental action. “With each passing day, I trust more and more how much Mother Nature has to teach us, in the perfect balance between the amazing mystery and guiding power of the natural world around us. increase. eden It is an invitation to return to our roots, explore whether we are connecting as deeply as possible to the pure essence of our being, and create something new. eden Sow the seeds of hope for the future from within. ”
As part of the program’s community-focused core, viewers and students are encouraged to use their voices and creative projects to gain a deeper understanding of nature and its direct impact on the world. I’m here. Her 800+ children around the world eden trip. Both Princeton Girlchoir and il Pomo d’Oro will join her on stage to perform and give talkbacks after each performance.
as part of eden The Sustainability Challenge, Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), and DiDonato have also collaborated to provide native species for spectators to plant. Using these sustainably sourced seeds, Didonato poses questions to the audience.
Tickets range from $15-$75. Visit puc.princeton.edu or call (609) 258-9220.