Thursday, October 3, 2019 - Sunday, October 6, 2019
Stanford Sierra Camp
Fallen Leaf Lake, Near Lake Tahoe
Join us for the 8th annual Princeton University alumni weekend retreat—“Princeton in the Wild”—at a spectacular location in the Sierra
This event in past years has been a huge success with over 150 attendees each year. Arrangements have been made for Princetonians to stay at the famed Stanford Sierra Camp on secluded Fallen Leaf Lake near Lake Tahoe. The Camp, which normally has a five-year plus wait list for the popular summer family weeks, offers two and three bedroom private cabins and lodge rooms with views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Delicious meals will be included.
You will be able to enjoy a range of organized and on-your-own activities, appropriate for any age, including use of a full boat dock, magnificent hikes and mountain biking, swimming, fishing, nearby horseback riding and golf, a beach campfire, crafts, music, and lots of other fun things. It will be a great time to get together and enjoy an incredible weekend with old and new Princeton friends, as much for couples and singles as for families with children.
Our faculty speaker for camp this year is Steven Mackey, Professor of Music and former chair of the Department of Music at Princeton. Steven – a Grammy Award winner lauded by Gramophone for his “explosive and ethereal imagination” – is regarded as one of the leading composers of his generation, with compositions ranging from orchestral and chamber music to dance and opera. Born in 1956 to American parents stationed in Frankfurt, Germany, his first musical passion was playing the electric guitar in rock bands based in northern California. He blazed a trail in the 1980s and ‘90s by including the electric guitar and vernacular music influences in his classical concert music. He regularly performs his own work, including three electric guitar concertos and numerous solo and chamber works. He is also active as an improvising musician, and performs regularly with his band Big Farm.
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CONTACT For questions, contact Josh Rafner ’77 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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