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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Philadelphia, PA, United States

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PhiladelphiaTrifonov Returns

Coleman, Liszt, Dvořák
The Philadelphia Orchestra; Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Daniil Trifonov

PhiladelphiaOtelloNew production

Rossini: Otello
Corrado Rovaris; Emilio Sagi; Opera Philadelphia; Daniel Bianco; Gabriela Salaverri; Eduardo Bravo; Opera Philadelphia Orchestra

PhiladelphiaBlack LodgeWorld premiere

Little: Black Lodge
Michael McQuilken; Opera Philadelphia; Opera Philadelphia Orchestra; Timur & the Dime Museum; Jennifer Harrison Newman

PhiladelphiaStrauss and Price

Ravel, Price, Strauss R.
The Philadelphia Orchestra; Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Randall Goosby; Philadelphia Symphonic Choir; Joe Miller

PhiladelphiaHilary Hahn Plays Tchaikovsky

Perkinson, Debussy, Tchaikovsky
The Philadelphia Orchestra; William Eddins; Hilary Hahn

PhiladelphiaPeter and the Wolf

Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf, Op.67
The Philadelphia Orchestra; Lina González-Granados; Michael Boudewyns
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The Philadelphia Orchestra opens its season with fanfare and frivolity

The gala audience rejoices in Lang Lang's virtuosic performance of Saint-Saëns’ Second Piano Concerto, while Yannick Nézet-Séguin offers a revelatory reading of Dvořák’s Eighth Symphony.
****1
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Energetic Tchaikovsky from Nathalie Stutzmann in Philadelphia

Ending her first season as principal guest conductor, Stutzmann brought a unique and personal perspective to the Pathétique, finding inspiration in the letter of the score.
****1
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Opera Philadelphia's Rigoletto spotlights exciting young singers

The company returned to its home at the Academy of Music after three years with a brutalist take on Verdi's middle-career masterpiece.
****1
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Fiery Liszt from Thibaudet and Denève in Philadelphia

Former Principal Guest Conductor Stéphane Denève leads an electrifying Ein Heldenleben in The Philadelphia Orchestra's Sunday concert.
****1
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Visuals and voices mar Philadelphia Orchestra's Missa solemnis

An admirable but disjointed performance of Beethoven's sacred choral work did not benefit from an extratextual art installation.
**111
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Benjamin Grosvenor delivers hit after hit in Philadelphia recital

With selections from Schumann, Ravel and Albéniz, the English pianist offers a virtuosic program notable for its style, wit and narrative focus.
*****
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