“Listen Up!” Princeton Symphony Orchestra Exhibition Area Middle School Students

March 22 - April 17

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2016 BRAVO! Listen Up! Exhibition features over 30 stunning works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students in response to Tsao Shu, an orchestral work by Music Alive: New Partnerships Composer-in-Residence Jing Jing Luo. Now in its ninth year, Listen Up! is an educational program which encourages creativity through active listening. To date, it has engaged over 210 middle school students.

To learn more about PSO BRAVO! programs, please visit princetonsymphony.org

PSO BRAVO! Listen Up! Participants 2016Bravo Listen Up! Participants

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Interwoven Stories

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