Celebrate the rich history of the home where The Philadelphia Orchestra first made its sound famous—the glorious “Grand Old Lady of Locust Street.”
Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin and pianist Jan Lisiecki share a triumphant moment during rehearsal. Jan performs Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A minor with the Orchestra at the Semperoper Dresden on Sunday, May 24. Photo by Jan Regan.
Yannick leads the Orchestra in their final rehearsal at the Philharmonie Luxembourg. Photo by Jan Regan.
Yannick and pianist Emanuel Ax rehearse side-by-side. Photo by Jan Regan.
The bass section of The Philadelphia Orchestra rehearses at the Philharmonie Luxembourg. Photo by Jan Regan.
“The Philadelphia Orchestra's two-night run at the Luxembourg Philharmonie has been a definite success with audiences,” reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Photo by Jan Regan.
Emanuel Ax performs Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 for Luxembourg audiences. He also appears with the Orchestra in Dortmund, Lyon, Paris, Vienna, and London. Photo by Jan Regan.
The exterior of the Philharmonie Luxembourg. Photo by Jan Regan.
Emanuel Ax and Yannick share a moment backstage following the final Luxembourg performance. Photo by Jan Regan.
Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin showing appreciation for the musicians of the Orchestra and the Luxembourg audience. On to Cologne! Photo by Jan Regan.