Princeton University’s Sinfonia, conducted by Dr. Ruth Ochs, concludes the year with a program that explores themes of light, celebration, and seasonal festivities. One special treat will be the opportunity to hear flute faculty Dr. Sarah Shin perform Mozart’s Flute Concerto in G Major, a work that she recently recorded for Sony. Two undergraduate singers, Sarah Lekaj ’25 and Claire Dignazio ’25, share Offenbach’s sensual “Barcarolle” from The Tales of Hoffman. The program features Carl Nielsen’s radiant Helios Overture and the world premiere March of Dusk by music certificate student and member of Sinfonia, Adrian Thananopavarn ’24. Sinfonia will also pay tribute to the season with a medley Chanukah music and favorite selections from The Nutcracker.