Posts tagged Philadelphia
3 Classical Music Concerts This Week: Philadelphia

Philadelphia classical music enthusiasts, good news is on the way—we’ve got the selection of classical music you’ve been dying to pencil into your calendars this week. Check out our list of must-attend classical music concerts—though this week might seem scant, it’s chock-full of talent and musical wonder. (Spoiler alert, next week’s calendar is quite a bit fuller!)  

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3 Classical Music Concerts This Week: Philadelphia 

Philly-based classical music fans, fret not—there’s a week ahead packed with classical music concerts, performances, and opportunities that you won’t want to miss. Can’t choose among the wide selection? That’s where we come in. We’ve put together an easy-to-read, digestible list of the top classical music happenings this week in your beautiful city. So, snap to it— start planning your classical music week (you can thank us for the organization later). 

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Best Classical Music in New York, Philadelphia and San Francisco This Weekend

It is the weekend of premieres in New York City. Pulitzer prize-winning composer Julia Wolfe created an immersive visual and musical event, which will premiere Thursday through Saturday with the New York Philharmonic as part of New York Stories: Threads of Our City. On Sunday, ECHOensemble will premiere One after two years of organic, physical research and exploration, which will include dancers and musicians.

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Musical Fund Society Announces Bicentennial Celebration, Collaborating With Tania León, Stephen Jaffe, Roberto Sierra and Augusta Read Thomas

When you are the nation’s oldest continuing musical organization, you have to celebrate with a bang! This is exactly what the Musical Fund Society is planning to do with a once-in-a-lifetime performance, presented by the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society on April 26, 2020 at the Mary Louise Curtis branch of the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia. 

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