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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.
Dimitri Pittas, who plays Don Carlo, shared more information on the production.
For art lovers, Friday is a big day at the Barnes Foundation.
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.
Joel Gibbs, Our Arts Contributor, was here to speak with Pat and Ukee about upcoming events in the city.
Joan Myers Brown, the executive artistic director of Philadanco, spoke about the program, “Having Our Say,” at the Perelman Theater from April 17th – 19th.
Michael Krajewski, the music director and conductor of the Philly Pops, shared a brief preview of “Epic Hollywood Soundtracks.”
Carol Jantsch, the principal tuba of The Philadelphia Orchestra, will be playing a concerto on March 26th, 27th and 28th at Verizon Hall.
Our Arts Contributor Joel Gibbs was here to speak with us about upcoming events happening in our city.
Frances Egler, the director of Broadway Philadelphia and programming and co-presentations at the Kimmel Center, shared a preview of the iconic Broadway smash hit, “Annie.”
Jenelle McCoy, the executive director of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, described the “Masters of All Time” concert on March 22nd and 23rd at the Perelman Theater.
Angel Corella, the artistic director of Pennsylvania Ballet, gives an overview of “Swan Lake,” performed March 5th through the 15th at the Academy of Music.
John Vick, Project Assistant Curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Organizing Curator of “Represent, 200 Years of African American Art”, currently on display, gives a brief preview.
Frances Egler, the director of Broadway programming and co-presentations at the Kimmel Center of the Performing Arts, previews the Fat Tuesday celebration.
The romantically tragic story of Oscar Wilde comes to the stage of the Academy of Music, with Opera Philadelphia’s “Oscar.”