Peter Nero and the Philly Pops presents four evenings of music and comedy featuring Robert Klein In Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center, March 30th through April 3rd.
Mary Poppins points her umbrella to the Academy of Music for a four week run starting March 23rd.
Curator of Modern Art Michael Taylor describes the work, “A Chagall painting is full of wonderment. There are sort of flowers and figures and amazing sort of details.”
“It’s about a nine-year-old girl with red hair who lives by herself with a horse and a monkey and who happens to be the strongest, most outrageous girl in the world; that’s Pippi Longstocking.”
“Anatomy/Academy” at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts shows exactly how closely related those fields are.
The Curtis Symphony Orchestra features a winning piece written for violin by one of its own, Jennifer Higdon, written for another graduate, Hilary Hahn and to be performed on Valentine’s Day.
Ailyn Perez says their marriage does bring a certain context to the performance.
The work of three masterful choreographers, William Forsythe, Christopher Wheeldon, and Twyla Tharp come together on one stage at the Merriam Theater.
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia welcomes guest conductor Andrew Grams as he leads the orchestra in works by Bizet and Rodrigo.
“Lidia is an interesting musician in that she sees the accordion as a very serious musical instrument and she has made it her livelihood to explore how to make the instrument go in every single kind of genre.”
“In the Heights”, the winner of four Tony awards in 2008, comes to the Academy of Music; January 18th-23rd.
The Philadelphia Orchestra presents Debussy’s Nocturnes and Mozart’s Requiem January 6th through 9th at the Kimmel Center.
A pair of musical geniuses are converging on Verizon Hall for one night to share experiences through The American Songbook.
The American Theater Arts For Youth based in Philadelphia presents the classic fairytale Cinderella at the Kimmel Center.
“The intensity of her playing is something that people note wherever she goes. There is a sense of real heart felt emotion that she displays.”