Fueled by the power of a girl's voice, Princeton Girlchoir presents extraordinary performances at home and throughout the world, while educating the musician, building confidence, and fostering a life-long love of singing together.

The choir that our Founder and Artistic Director Emerita Jan Westrick started in 1989 as an after-school activity for a small number of girls interested in choral music has grown into the area's premier training and performance choir for girls, with over 250 choristers. Princeton Girlchoir's alumnae number hundreds of young women, many of whom continue to sing in their schools, churches, communities and on professional stages around the world.

Princeton Girlchoir presents a wide array of musical genres, conductors and composers. While honing their musicianship, our choristers begin life-long friendships, enjoy professional performance opportunities, and travel the world.

We are a family of six choirs, beginning with third-graders and including girls through their high-school years. Choristers from towns throughout Central New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania come together each week from September through May to rehearse, and they give between four and sixteen concerts throughout the year, depending upon their choir level. Members of the Concert Choir also have an opportunity to take part in the annual summer tour.