Cecile McLorin Salvant returns to McCarter with TWO Grammy Awards in hand, both won for Best Jazz Vocalist.  She has been described as a once-in-a-generation vocalist.  The truth is, she is a far rarer phenomenon.


Date:            Sunday, November 18, 2018

Time:           3:30PM in the West Lobby for cocktails / 4:00PM Performance

Place:           Matthews Theater at the McCarter Theater Center, 91 University Place, Princeton, NJ


CECILE McLORIN SALVANT returns to McCarter with TWO Grammy Awards in hand, both won for Best Jazz Vocalist.  Her latest project is focused on a suite of her own songs for a band of eclectic instruments arranged and conducted by Darcy James Argue of Princeton’s Jazz Studies Program.  Salvant sees her role as that of a griot, with her songs focusing on identity and the evolution of women in nature. Through composition, storytelling, and song, she continues to broaden her footprint on the world’s cultural landscape. 


THE REVIEWS...  "Cecile McLorin Salvant is often described as a once-in-a-generation vocalist, but the truth is she is a far rarer phenomenon" - The San Francisco Classical Voice   Click here for a preview of her amazing talent.


ARRIVE AT 3:30PM that afternoon and enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail compliments of McCarter Theater.  A coupon for that libation will be included with your ticket.  Gather with other Harvard alumni in the West Lobby of the Matthews Theater for good conversation before the performance.  Wear crimson so we can easily find each other.


RSVP ON OR BEFORE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH.  We have reserved excellent seats for this performance.  Unsold tickets will be released for sale to the general public after that date.


Organizer:      Fred Larcombe (frederick@larcombe.us)

Cost:               $70 per person

Tickets:          Click here to buy tickets!!!


Once you have successfully placed your order, an email from webmaster@theharvardclubofprinceton.org will immediately confirm your purchase.  Your tickets will be under your name at the McCarter Theater box office on the day of the performance.