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Location: New Jersey, USA
Th                e   Princeton University Department of Music is thrilled to announce a concert featuring the internationally celebrated Choir of King's College, Cambridge at the Princeton University Chapel on Monday, April 8, 2013 at 7:30P
                         The opportunity for the Choir to add a Princeton concert to its tour schedule came about thanks to the strong connections between King's College Choir and Princeton University.  Joel Williams, a choral scholar at King's College, spent his recent pre-
      sdf               college year singing at Trinity Church in Princeton and in one of Princeton's a cappella groups; and the director of King's College Choir, Stephen Cleobury, has known Princeton’s Director of Choirs, Gabriel Crouch, for nearly twenty years: "I was an
                         undergraduate at Cambridge University,” Crouch says, "and even though I went to Trinity College just down the road, I'm proud to say that I have two brothers who both sang in this incredible choir under Stephen. Later on, of course, I joined the King's
                         Singers, a group originally founded out of King's College Choir, so I have many reasons to be thankful for this choir. It is thrilling to think that their unmistakable sound will soon be filling our chapel!"  The complete program follows:
BYRD             O Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth
BYRD              Sing joyfully?
GIBBONS       O Lord, in thy wrath
?            GIBBONS       O clap your hands together
Organ solo
VERDI            Ave Maria
BRITTEN        Hymn to St. Cecilia?
BLOW             My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me
BLOW             Salvator mundi?
PURCELL       Remember not Lord, our offences?
PURCELL       I was glad
Organ solo
VERDI            Pater noster
BRITTEN        Rejoice in the Lamb
            Tickets are $25 ($10 for students) and are available by calling 609-258-9220 or visiting
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