A 3D and Musical Adventure Exploring America's National Parks and Exciting Cities
In 2019, Princeton Entertainment premiered America`s Wonders in Cincinnati, Ohio. Marking the first time, audiences had an opportunity to see striking LED 3D images while the orchestra performed music that guided them on a journey through 26 breathtaking national parks and 11 of America`s most exciting cities. After its groundbreaking debut, America`s Wonders traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah. Critics from the Utah Review and Front Row Reviewers identified America`s Wonders as an “exquisite piece of art”, “an artistic marvel of its own merits”, “a literal feast for the eyes and ears, unlike anything I have ever experienced”, and it “has to be seen to be believed.” In 2020-21 America`s Wonders will start touring, expecting to reach five continents.
About Princeton Entertainment
Princeton Entertainment’s producing signature is the creation of innovative productions combining the talents of popular recording artists, entertainment franchises with orchestras and other elements. Princeton’s tours, appealing to cross-generational audiences often reach five continents. Over its history, Princeton’s clients, touring productions, and co-producers include: Andrea Bocelli, Justin Timberlake, Cher, Aretha Franklin, James Taylor, Nana Mouskouri, Harry Belafonte, Idina Menzel, Joan Rivers, Linda Ronstadt, Liza Minelli, Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions, The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, John Williams, Charlotte Church, Denyce Graves, Raul Esparza, The Irish Tenors, Sir James Galway, Marvin Hamlisch, John Lithgow, Star Wars: In Concert, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony, the Pittsburgh Symphony, Vancouver Symphony, San Diego Symphony, and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s.
Princeton Entertainment’s other producing and presenting partners include: The White House, Saturday Night Live, Universal Music, Carnegie Hall, and UNICEF.
Upcoming America's Wonders Concerts
The music of "America's Wonders"
“America’s Wonders” has gave me an opportunity to create “Green” to accompany inspiring imagery of lush redwood forests and spacious mountain vistas . It is a seven minute composition placed second from the end of the first half. Other composers on our team and their new music are Thiago Tiberio: “Water”, Judson Green: “Sandstone” , Don Hart: “Mountains” and Ed Kasses:“Concert Credits”
The music of the first half of the concert expresses the immense beauty of our American National Parks. Audiences enjoy the music along with spectacular imagery shot by MacGillvray Freeman in true large-format stereo cinematography. To experience the depth of space and color of nature those stereo images contain happens through 3D Live‘s award-winning cutting edge technology .
The second half of “America’s Wonders” explores our country’s exciting cities. Opera singer Adam Fisher takes the audience on a “tour” of famous American cities with songs. Adam’s voice is a buttery baritone with a gorgeous extended range.
Princeton commissioned fresh arrangements of these songs from composers Thiago Tiberio and Don Hart, heard on the first half. Don McLean’s “Vincent” ends the show with a sweet arrangement for orchestra by Brian Finley, followed by Ed Kasses’, the CEO of Princeton Entertainment, “Concert Credits”.
new 3d technology
The amazing footage of America’s Wonders came from MacGillivray Freeman, major innovators in IMAX and true stereo moving imagery.
Delivering 3D to a concert hall sized audience over a live orchestra was impossible or impractical until the innovations of 3D-Live.