Princeton University
Department of Music  310 Woolworth Center 
Princeton,  NJ,  08544
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The town of Princeton, adjoining the University campus, has a population of 30,000. New York and Philadelphia are easily accessible by public transportation, and there are hourly departures throughout most of the day. The University regularly subsidizes and otherwise facilitates students’ attendance at cultural, sports, and social events in both cities. Boston and Washington, D.C., are near enough for weekend visits by trains that stop in Princeton.

Princeton owns more than 2,000 acres of land, of which, about 200 make up the main campus. A wealth of architectural styles are displayed, ranging from the oldest Colonial buildings to the predominantly Gothic dormitories to modern structures by such eminent architects as Minoru Yamasaki, Edward Larrabee Barnes, Lew Davis, I. M. Pei, Robert Venturi, and Frank Gehry.




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