The romantically tragic story of Oscar Wilde comes to the stage of the Academy of Music, with Opera Philadelphia’s “Oscar.”
Millions have seen it over the past quarter century and you can, too.
Opera Philadelphia is kicking off its 2014 season with the Grammy award winning show “Ainadamar” on February 7th at the Academy of Music.
The Philadelphia Orchestra kicks off a new season with an opening night concert and gala Wednesday, September 25th at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts.
Opera Philadelphia will perform “Powder Her Face” from June 7th through the 16th at the Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center.
The Curtis Opera Theatre, Opera Philadelphia and the Kimmel Center present “Owen Wingrave.”
“We’ve been working very hard to put opera in the city,” says general director David Devan, “and that can mean a whole bunch of things in terms of where we perform.”
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Love the Arts in Philadelphia contributor Joel Gibbs stops by Talk Philly to discuss the arts in Philadelphia. Watch the interview … For more information on “Tosca,” at the Opera Company of Philadelphia from April […]
The Florentine Court Opera – Freeing Ruggiero from the Sorceress – was written by poet and singer Francesca Caccini nearly 400 years ago, making it the world’s first opera composed by a woman.
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