Sunday Aug 24
Perth singer in US opera master class
The soprano from Sorrento is the first Australian accepted into the opera program at the most selective music school in America.
Sunday Aug 24
Nitzan Haroz Appointed Principal Trombone for Philadelphia Orchestra
The Philadelphia Orchestra announces the appointment of Nitzan Haroz as principal trombone, effective immediately.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Paul Jacobs returns for concert at Upper St. Clair church
Washington native Paul Jacobs, an organ virtuoso who teaches at Juilliard, is returning to the area for a performance at Westminister Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair Aug. 22. Jim McNutt / Observer-Reporter Washington native Paul Jacobs first made a name for himself in 2000, when he settled in at the pipe organ at Westminster Presbyterian ... (more)
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Lew's Picks for FringeArts 2014
The subjective nature of preview lists is automatically suspect because I firmly believe it is impossible to know anything concrete about a performance until you see it.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Richard Genovese, longtime musician
Richard T. Genovese Sr., 78, of Hatfield, a longtime musician here and elsewhere, died Thursday, July 24, of a brain disorder at his home.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
University City Review
Notes on Music
Pioneering Philadelphia painter Theresa Bernstein, considered a chronicler of 20th century urban life, is the focus of a major show at the elegant Woodmere Art Museum where her first ever retrospective, "A Century in Art" runs through Oct. 26 and features more than 50 paintings and works on paper.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
19 Theater Deals to be Offered Throughout Philadelphia this Fall
The curtain will rise on the 2015 performing arts season in Philadelphia soon, and budget-conscious theater and music lovers have reason to rejoice thanks to the many low-cost tickets options available to them.