Visiting Artists
  • Renowned baritone Thomas Hampson worked with student Elise Brancheau during his master class on campus.
  • Actor Markus Flanagan, author of One Less Bitter Actor: The Actor’s Survival Guide, spoke with theater & music theater students
  • Simon Carrington, founding member of the King's Singers, was a visiting artist at Westminster and led a conducting master class.
  • Renowned baritone Thomas Hampson worked with student Katie Matheson during his master class on campus.
  • Composer and conductor John Adams reviewed the score of El Nino with Joe Miller.
  • Joe Miller, composer Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, James Jordan paused for a photo during the composer's visit to campus.
  • Simon Carrington, founding member of the King's Singers, was a visiting artist at Westminster and led several choir rehearsals.
  • Sir Roger Norrington rehearsed for a performance and broadcast of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.
  • Composer Morten Lauridsen has been a visiting artist at Westminster several times. He's recorded two Westminster-to-Go podcasts.
  • Joe Miller, Marilyn Schenenberger, Lynn Eustis, James Jordan and composer James Whitbourn following a performance.
  • Artist Paul Rickert discusses one of his paintings held by Professor Harry I. Naar

Leading artists from many disciplines visit both the Lawrenceville and Princeton campuses throughout the year, sharing their experience and insights with students. 

Programs include masterclasses, lectures, artist talks and rehearsals.