Gotta Have Arts
The Philadelphia History Museum has a new exhibit with a focus on radios.
The Barnes Foundation has gathered 21 of Cézanne’s still lifes, from its own collection and from museums all over the world, in an exhibit titled “The World Is an Apple.”
Multi-platinum selling artist Josh Groban makes his Mann Center debut on August 27th with The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.
Yanni comes to the Mann Center August 23rd, the Greek composer’s first world tour in five years.
The Rodin Museum at 21st and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway is considered a jewel of Philadelphia.
One of the most beloved musicals of all time, “West Side Story,” comes to life at the Mann Center on July 30th.
The Starship Enterprise docks at the Mann Center Thursday, July 31st for a special screening of “Star Trek: Into Darkness.”
“Best Picture” and five-time Academy Award-winning movie “Gladiator” can be seen on a large screen at the Mann Center on July 18th at 8 p.m.
The Beatles first came to America five decades ago, and to celebrate the occasion, the Philadelphia Orchestra presents the Classical Mystery Tour
The Mann Center presents Il Volo with the Philadelphia Orchestra on June 26th.
Diana Ross is a giant in the music industry.
On June 21st, the Kimmel Center marks the longest day of the year with Solstice in the City.
It’s been over 30 years since “Evita” first appeared on Broadway, and a new production is coming to the Academy of Music beginning June 17th.
One of the largest ships making her home on the Delaware River may just have the most stories to tell as well.
“The Philly POPS Presents…Sixties Hits” is taking place at the Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall on May 16th, 17th and 18th.