A time for sun, sandals, and . . . symphonies! Come along for the ride as The Philadelphia Orchestra performs this summer. Sharing the Philadelphia Sound with New York, Colorado, and beyond, The Philadelphia Orchestra is prepared to make your summer one to remember.
The Mann Center for the Performing Arts, located in Philadelphia's beautiful Fairmount Park, continues its rich tradition as the Greater Philadelphia region's premier outdoor cultural arts center.
In honor of the Charleston Nine, this work for jazz trio, jazz trumpet, solo violin, vocalists (Janice Chandler-Eteme, Tiffany Godette and Roderick Dixon), narrators, and choir speaks to the sacredness of all life, the beauty of forgiveness, and the reconciliation necessary for healing common to all people.
Philadelphia Orchestra Assistant Conductor Kensho Watanabe leads the program of favorites including Tchaikovsky's for this FREE Neighborhood Concert.
This concert is FREE, but tickets are required. Please note that free tickets do not guarantee seating. Seating is general admission and first-come, first-served.
The Philadelphia Orchestra returns for a tenth season to present a FREE Neighborhood Concert on the RiverStage at the Great Plaza, presented by Wells Fargo, in partnership with the Deleware River Waterfront Corp, featuring musical favorites and Tchaikovsky's . The concert will be followed by a land-side fireworks display.
This concert is FREE and open to the public. Seating is general admission and first-come, first-served. Tickets are not required, but RSVP's are appreciated.
Bravo! Vail is Colorado’s premier summer music festival, and the only one in North America to host three world-renowned symphony orchestras in a single season, including The Philadelphia Orchestra.
Continuing its partnership wtih Carnegie Hall, The Philadelphia Orchestra will again perform side-by-side with members of NYO2, in Verizon Hall. Launched in the summer of 2016 as an extension of Carnegie Hall's acclaimed National Youth Orchestra of the United States of America (NYO2-USA), NYO2 aims to expand the pool of young musicians across the country equipped with the tools to succeed at the highest level, with a particular focus on attracting talented students from communities underserved by, and underrepresented in, the classical orchestral field.
Diverse artistry thrives at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the cultural hub of upstate New York, the Hudson Valley, Vermont, the Berkshires, Connecticut, and nearby Canada.
2017-18 Tour of Asia & China Residency