Since forming the Trenton Youth Orchestra (TYO) during his sophomore year at Princeton University, Lou Chen has transformed what began as a Saturday morning program pairing six students from Trenton Central High School with music students from the University, into an ensemble of about 20 that now studies and rehearses on Zoom.
The Month of Service, hosted by the John H. Pace, Jr. ‘39 Center for Civic Engagement, aims to recognize the importance of civic engagement and the different ways that it takes place within the Princeton community.
On Monday, November 16, Trenton Central High School (TCHS) Orchestra students had the opportunity to speak with cellist Sheku and pianist Isata of the illustrious Kanneh-Mason family in a Zoom event hosted by the...
In the midst of an unprecedented summer, TAP hosted their very first summer camp for members of the Trenton Youth Orchestra (TYO), held entirely over Zoom.
Trenton Arts at Princeton is pleased to introduce Jack Shigeta, Mariana Corichi Gómez, Sophie Blue, Faith Iloka and Tanaka Dunbar Ngwara as the 2020/21 Trenton Arts Fellows.
On June 10, 2019, six days after he graduated from Princeton, Lou Chen had a big decision to make.
We often unintentionally use alienating language when we talk about the masters in the art world, describing successful artists as gifted and talented, or emphasizing how they were prodigies in their youth.
Composer, pianist, and vocalist Maya Keren was awarded the 2020 Trenton Arts in Princeton Music Fellowship, a new grant supported by the Dudamel Foundation which is awarded annually to Princeton University students who serve their local communities through arts and music.
In contemporary society, we understand “charity” as transient and transactional. However, the term was initially used to refer to the pure, radiant love one felt towards one’s community.