Live music almost always makes for a worthwhile day trip, and two unique opportunities are arriving soon.
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra will make an appearance in Monroe Township (at Monroe High School, 200 Schoolhouse Road, Monroe Township) May 12, courtesy of the Monroe Arts Committee, and returns to its home auditorium the next day.
“In fact, our regular Classical Series concert in May, Spun Beauty, takes place Sunday, May 13 at 4 p.m. at Richardson Auditorium in Princeton,” Meredith Laing, spokeswoman for the orchestra, said.
The program includes “Disquiet” by Sarah Kirkland Snider, “Piano Concerto in G Major” by Ravel, and “Symphony No. 4″ by Brahms. The guest pianist for the concerto will be Rieko Aizawa.
Sarah Kirkland Snider’s piece will not be included in the May 12 concert, due to time constrictions.
Spun Beauty is the thematic title for the program. Pianist Aizawa will