Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia presents the works of Schumann and Haydn at the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater.
For one performance only, the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia presents “Fall of the Berlin Wall” on Sunday, April 7th in Verizon Hall.
Talk Philly’s Arts Ambassador, Joel Gibbs, sat down with Pat Ciarrocchi to share information on some upcoming arts and culture events in the area.
The union representing about a thousand theatre stagehands and other workers have reached a tentative contract deal with the Kimmel Center and its managed venues in center city Philadelphia.
The 33-member Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, led by Dirk Brossé, performs in the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater and focuses on music from the Baroque period through the 21st century.
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia welcomes guest conductor Andrew Grams as he leads the orchestra in works by Bizet and Rodrigo.
The evening will also include solos on the oboe and cello. The concerts are November 14th and 15th at the Kimmel Center and on the 16th at the Temple Performing Arts Center.
by KYW’s Mike Dougherty The fall season for the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia opens later this month with a new front man: “Our incoming music director Dirk Brosse” There’s no shortage of excitement for executive […]