Princeton’s Tours

One of the most exciting parts of being in PUO is going on tours! They are a great bonding experience, and are the perfect way to share our music with a wider audience. Stay tuned for pictures and stories from our most recent tour! In the mean time, here are the places we’ve gone recently:

Princeton University Orchestra Tours

January 2019: Spain

Zaragoza; Barcelona; Madrid

January 2017: Central Europe

Dvorak Hall in the Rudolfinum, Prague; Slovak Radio Hall, Bratislava; Vienna; Franz Liszt Academy, Budapest

January 2015: Ireland

January 2013: Germany and The Netherlands

Marktkirche, Frankfurt; Royal Conservatorium, The Hague; Amsterdam Conservatorium

January 2011: United Kingdom

University of Manchester; University of Oxford; Royal College of Music, London

January 2009: Germany and Czech Republic

Gasteig, Munich; Kulturni dum, Pilsen; Old Town Hall, Prague

January 2007: Central Europe

Minoritenkirche, Vienna; Slovak Radio Hall, Bratislava; Liszt Academy, Budapest

January 2005: Portugal

Lisbon; Coimbra; Porto

January 2003: Central Europe

Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna; Great Synagogue, Pilsen; Rudolfinum, Prague

January 2002: East Coast September 11 Benefit Tour

Stuyvesant High School, New York City; Irvine Auditorium, University of Pennsylvania; Lisner Auditorium, George Washington University

January 2000: Spain

Madrid; Zaragoza; Barcelona

June 1998: United Kingdom

Royal Academy of Music, London; Durham Cathedral, Greyfrairs Kirk, Edinburgh; Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow; Lyric Theater, Carmarthen, Wales

June 1996: Central Europe

Rudolfinum (Dvorak Hall), Prague; Brno Conservatory; Konzerthaus, Vienna; Reduta Hall, Bratislava; Jagellonian University, Krakow; Liszt Academy, Budapest; Kromeriz Palace, Czech Republic

January 1994: United Kingdom

Cambridge University: Eton College: Salisbury Cathedral: Royal College of Music, London

January 1992: California

University of California–Los Angeles; University of California–Davis; Stanford University

January 1990: East Coast

University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill; Georgetown University; Goucher College, Baltimore