Our 2022-2023 season schedule is now available below.

Covid Policy for 2022-2023

Members of the community gather for the common and joyful enterprise of making music, to sing through (for their own pleasure) the great works in choral literature, with chorus, orchestra, and soloists as the works require. A semi-professional orchestra is assembled and professional soloists arranged for, as each work requires. The sessions are always conducted by professional conductors.

The meetings are informal readings in which any musically interested person may join the chorus. There are no auditions and no separate rehearsals, except for a one-hour chorus rehearsal for the annual Gilbert and Sullivan session. Conductors usually do some preparation with the chorus before the sing-through. This varies from minimal snippets for well-known pieces to a complete review for unfamiliar works. Scores are provided.

Sessions begin at 4:00pm (3:00pm for Gilbert & Sullivan) and finish by 6:30pm, with a refreshments break in the middle serving tea, coffee, and snacks. We meet at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton, 50 Cherry Hill Rd., Princeton, NJ.

Chris Loeffler leading PSMA chorus, orchestra, and guests soloists in the Mozart Requiem on Oct. 15, 2017.

2022-2023 Season

October 16, 2022 Mozart Requiem
Conductor: Christopher Loeffler
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February 12, 2023 Beethoven Mass in C
Conductor: John Wilson
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November 13, 2022Duruflé Requiem & Haydn Te Deum
Conductor: Gregory Geehern
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March 26, 2023 – Fauré Requiem & Cantique de Jean Racine
Conductor: Alicia Brozovich
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December 18, 2022 – Menotti Amahl and the Night Visitors & Britten Ceremony of Carols
Conductor: Tyler Weakland
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April 23, 2023 – Haydn Lord Nelson Mass & Brahms Nänie
Conductor: Nicole Aldrich
January 22, 2023 – Gilbert & Sullivan The Gondoliers
Conductor: Lee Milhous
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Please check back to this webpage and our Facebook page for updates.


Our dates are chosen to avoid conflicts with other musical organizations in the Princeton area to the extent possible, and we regret those conflicts that do happen. For a list of other local organizations that welcome participation from amateur musicians, see our list of area musical groups.