Princeton Girlchoir concludes the 2020-2021 season with their annual spring concert, A Musical Mosaic. This year A Musical Mosaic will be presented as a virtual series over several dates. The series will feature all seven choirs performing a variety of choral traditions, ranging from two newly composed works by Tom Shelton to the sounds of Indian classical percussion in Reena Esmail’s TaReKiTa to Gwyneth Walker’s arrangement of American hymn, How Can I Keep from Singing, all creating a vibrant mosaic of music.
The virtual projects embrace unique contributions from the singers, such as writing the lyrics for quarantine compositions, Separation, and Another Day which will premiere on June 12 and June 13, respectively. Singers also serve as choreographers performing Bharatanatyam dance for TaReKiTa, which will debut on June 26, followed by How Can I Keep From Singing on June 27, all of which will live stream on Westrick Music Academy’s YouTube Channel. A Musical Mosaic will be led by Westrick Music Academy Artistic Director Dr. Lynnel Joy Jenkins.
In lieu of tickets, there is a suggested donation of $10, but any amount is greatly appreciated.