Comedian, Actor Steve Martin Headlines 161st Academy BallTheir annual white-tie anniversary celebration drew thousands of people as well as a celebrity guest musician who has been making us laugh for decades.
Philadelphia Orchestra Searching For The Biggest Eagles FanDo you bleed green? Prove it and you could enjoy a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Famed Philadelphia Orchestra Conductor Laureate Charles Dutoit Accused Of Sexual AssaultThree opera singers and a classical musician say that world-renowned conductor Charles Dutoit sexually assaulted them.
Actor Steve Martin Joins Philadelphia Orchestra For Academy Of Music FundraiserMartin will share the stage with the Fabulous Philadelphians, led by Yannick Nezet-Seguin, playing specially orchestrated original compositions.
Musical Diplomacy: Members Of Touring Chinese Orchestra Perform Pop-Up ConcertA busy day of appearances for China's National Centre for the Performing Arts Orchestra began with a midday popup concert at Liberty Place in Center City.
Philadelphia Orchestra Donates Instruments To Aspiring MusiciansThe Philadelphia Orchestra is hitting the road this week in various city neighborhoods for instrument donations and ensemble performances to spread the word about classical music to youngsters.
Philadelphia Orchestra Will Perform Free Sensory-Friendly ConcertThe Radetzky March is one of the pieces in the program for the sensory-friendly Philadelphia orchestra concert.
Philadelphia Orchestra Gives Aspiring Musicians Night To RememberA rare opportunity at the Kimmel Center for dozens of musicians from all across our region.
New Deal Means Increased Salary, More For Philadelphia Orchestra MusiciansOn Tuesday, the Board of Directors for the Philadelphia Orchestra Association unanimously approved the new contract with the Musicians of The Philadelphia Orchestra.
Philly Orchestra Concertmaster Gives Surprise Performance At City HallIt normally costs more than $100 to listen so close up to Orchestra concertmaster David Kim play the violin. But as lawyers, city officials and ordinary citizens breezed in and out of City Hall Tuesday, they were treated to a performance for free.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | October 3Chris discussed the New York Times publishing Donald Trump's state tax returns from 1995 showing a $916 million loss, the season premiere of Saturday Night Live and threats against Philadelphia schools posted online from clowns. He spoke with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna at 7:00 on the Monday Morning Matchup about Hillary Clinton's comments on Bernie Sanders supporters and the release of Donald Trump's tax returns and to 94 WIP's Ike Reese at 8:00 about the end of the Ryan Howard era in Philadelphia and Ben Simmons fracturing a bone in his foot.
Philadelphia Orchestra Declines To Perform Due To Strike As Theater Fills On Opening NightMusicians for the Philadelphia Orchestra made the decision to withhold their services during the strike according to the group.