Love The Arts
Since it was founded in 1963, Pennsylvania Ballet has been at the forefront of American dance.
The story lines may transport audiences to far-away places, but many of the Opera Company of Philadelphia’s productions are original works, created right in the City of Brotherly Love.
View information on the Love The Arts programs mentioned on today’s Talk Philly.
The nation’s largest presenter of professional, curriculum-related theater for children, ATAFY performs original musicals for about 800,000 students each year.
Broadway intersects Broad Street when Tony Award winners come to the Kimmel Center.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the biggest museums in the country…and one of the most beautiful!
The Curtis Institute is the nation’s most selective school for music and trains many of the best and brightest musicians for professional careers.
The Philadelphia Orchestra was founded in 1900, and since then, it has established itself as one of the most acclaimed orchestras in the world.
Joel Gibbs of Love the Arts in Philadelphia talks about some of the area’s talented musicians including a group called Stomp. Watch the video…
Joel Gibbs, our Talk Philly arts contributor, tells us why we’re gonna love the arts in Philadelphia … this holiday season! To enter the Love The Arts ticket give-away, click here. For more information, click […]