Jeremy Rothman, the vice president of artistic planning for the Philadelphia Orchestra, shared an overview of Beethoven’s First, performed on May 8th and 9th at Verizon Hall.
Here’s where to get out, clean up and learn about the environment in honor of Earth Day (April 22) and Arbor Day (April 24).
Perhaps you’ve posed under the Love sculpture for a photo, or taken a stroll along Kelly Drive with your significant other, but would you ever refer to Philly as a “romantic” city?
Get your crash course in all things innovative at the annual Philly Tech Week, coming to our city this April.
Spring has sprung, the weather is (finally!) warming up, and we are excited gather over a glass of crisp white wine and discuss the seasons hottest books with our favorite girlfriends.
Many big name record stores, such as Tower Records, Blockbuster Music, and J&R, are no longer in business, but the small mom-and-pop record stores are still thriving.
Dimitri Pittas, who plays Don Carlo, shared more information on the production.
For art lovers, Friday is a big day at the Barnes Foundation.
The two sketches, on the backs of other works by the French master, were discovered when backing paper was peeled away during conservation efforts.
Philadelphia will be the only tour stop in North America for Saint-Gobain’s traveling exhibit, “Future Sensations.”
Looking to take a day trip in the Philadelphia area? Why not visit the Pearl S. Buck House, in Perkasie, Pa.?
Miles Cohen, the artistic director of the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, shared some background on the recital with Dorothea Roschmann and Mitsuko Uchida on April 15th at the Perelman Theater.
Celebrate the culture of Japan against a backdrop of gorgeous flowers at this year’s Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival.
A new production of “Hamlet” has opened at the Wilma Theater, in center city, and director Blanka Zizka’s casting of the title role may be a historical first.
Joan Myers Brown, the executive artistic director of Philadanco, spoke about the program, “Having Our Say,” at the Perelman Theater from April 17th – 19th.
The historic USS Olympia is struggling to stay afloat, both literally and financially.