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Edward Gardner's Philadelphia Orchestra Debut

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Kimmel Center: Verizon HallPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, PA 19102, United States
February 27 19:30, February 28 14:00, February 29 20:00

Edward Gardner has graciously agreed to lead The Philadelphia Orchestra’s February 2729 concerts, marking his debut with the ensemble. He replaces Donald Runnicles, who has withdrawn due to a scheduling conflict.

The program now includes Britten’s Sinfonia da Requiem and Elgar’s “Enigma” Variations. Daugherty’s Once Upon a Castle for organ and orchestra, featuring Paul Jacobs, will remain on the program. Elgar’s In the South and Introduction and Allegro, as well as Respighi’s Pines of Rome are no longer on the program. This concert is part of the Fred J. Cooper Memorial Organ Experience, supported through a generous grant from the Wyncote Foundation.

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega
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