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PRINCETON HIGH SCHOOL WINTER CONCERT AT PU CHAPEL: Since 1946, the annual PHS Concert at the University Chapel has been a Princeton community tradition. This year’s concert will take place on Thursday, December 20 at 7:30 p.m. Featuring all of the PHS choirs and orchestras, the program includes a variety of repertoires, a candlelight processional, and an energetic finale in which alumni are invited to join. This concert is free to attend.

Documentary Explores of Kidsbridge Tolerance Mu- illustrates and inspires oth- Jersey State Council on the on Thursday and Friday, De- rang a set of tuned bells in Family’s Escape From Vienna seum at The College of New ers to take time and steps to Arts and the Richard Stock- cember 6 and 7, at 8:30 p.m. a series of mathematical pat-

The Trenton Film Society and Passage Theatre Company will present a free screening of “leben, um zu sagen (live to tell)” a documentary produced by Dan Bauer at the Mill Hill Playhouse, 205 E. Front Street in Trenton, on Sunday, December 9 at 3 p.m. The 30-minute film explores Bauer’s family’s journey from Nazi-occupied Vienna to America and is told through the eyes of his 100-year-old grandmother, his father, and a cousin. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion that will feature Lynne Azarchi, Executive Director

Jersey and Princeton immigration attorney, Ryan Stark Lilienthal. Mr. Lilienthal recently returned from Germany where he explored a trove of locally-archived documents illuminating the experience of relatives deported to, and murdered in, Poland during the Holocaust. About the film, Princeton Public Library’s Susan Conlon said, “I think that Dan has achieved value that will appeal to people on two levels: he has captured this important part of his own family’s story and by sharing it with others can find meaning in it; and as a “document” it

preserve these experiences in their families and with people in their lives.” The film had its premiere at the Princeton Public Library in September. Mr. Bauer’s collaborators on the film include filmmaker Mary Conlon, award-winning producer Susan Wallner, and Emilia LaPenta, who conducted the interviews. For 17 years, Ms. Wallner served as series producer of NJN Public Television’s arts and culture program State of the Arts. As a principal at PCK Media, Wallner is instrumental in the continuing production of that series, which is now a co-production of the New

ton College of NJ. Dan Bauer is a longtime Princeton resident and is the director of public relations at McCarter Theatre Center. In addition, he works with Smart Talk Connected Conversations, serves as a tour guide for Princeton Tour Company, and is a certified indoor cycling instructor at Princeton University’s Dillon Gym. ———

and Saturday, December 8, at 2 p.m. Performances will be held in the Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio at 185 Nassau Street on the Princeton campus. Tickets for Kiss Me, Kate!: A Concert Performance are $12 general admission, $10 for students and seniors. Tickets are available by calling (609) 258-9220, online at www.princeton.edu/utick Cole Porter’s “Kiss Me Kate” ets/, or at the Frist Campus Center Ticket Office. At Lewis Center ——— The Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Theater will Theological Seminary’s present a concert version of Cole Porter’s “play-within-a- Holiday Handbell Concert Princeton Theological Semplay” musical, Kiss Me, Kate, inary will present a holiday handbell concert for the Seminary and Princeton communities on Saturday, December 8 at 3 p.m. in Miller Chapel on the Seminary campus. The Princeton Ringers Christmas Concert, under the direction of Rachel Barker, includes the ringing of holiday songs by Princeton Seminary and Princeton University students, spouses, staff, alumni/ ae, and friends. Brothers Robert and William Cor of Aldbourne, Wiltshire, England, developed the first tuned handbells between 1696 and 1724. Originally used by change ringers (who

terns called “changes”) to rehearse outside their towers, the handbell sets had the same number of bells as did the towers (usually six to twelve handbells tuned to a diatonic scale). The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the Chapel Office at (609) 497-7890. For more information, visit www.ptsem.edu. ———

PSO Bravo’s Listen Up! Opening Reception

On Thursday, December 6 from 4 to 6 p.m., two-dozen middle school students from public and private schools across Central New Jersey will participate in the 201213 PSO Bravo Listen Up! opening reception. These students attended the PSO’s Classical Series concert “Tale of Transformation” with their peers and teachers. In addition to music, the reception will feature artwork created by the students based on the music they played and heard, along with written reflections on the connections between music and fine art. The event will be held at the Arts Council of Princeton and is free to attend. ———

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HOLIDAYS WITH THE NJSO starring

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TOLD THROUGH THE EYES OF MY GRANDMOTHER: On Sunday, December 9 at 3 p.m., the Trenton Film Society and Passage Theatre Company will present a free screening of Dan Bauer’s personal documentary “leben, um zu sagen” (live to tell). The documentary tells the story of Bauer’s family’s escape from Nazi-occupied to Vienna to America. The screening will tale place at the Mill Hill Playhouse, 205 East Front Street in Trenton.

JOHN MORRIS RUSSELL conductor ANN HAMPTON CALLAWAY vocalist THE MASTERWORK CHORUS Andrew Megill director NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Sun, Dec 16 at 3 pm State Theatre in New Brunswick

Broadway, cabaret and film sensation Ann Hampton Callaway takes center stage with the perfect cocktail of holiday melodies, timeless classics and her patented improvisation. The rich harmonies of your NJSO provide the perfect backdrop for her signature sound. Ann’s warmth and wit will fill you with enough cheer to last the season and beyond. Presented in collaboration with the State Theatre.

TICKETS START AT $20! www.njsymphony.org | 1.800.ALLEGRO (255.3476) This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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