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Musique classique, opéra, ballet et danse en Philadelphia, PA, États-Unis

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PhiladelphiaKensho Conducts Mozart

Mozart
The Philadelphia Orchestra; Kensho Watanabe

PhiladelphiaStutzmann Conducts Schubert’s Ninth Symphony

Mazzoli, Schubert
The Philadelphia Orchestra; Nathalie Stutzmann

PhiladelphiaPaul Lewis

Mozart, Scriabine, Moussorgski
Paul Lewis, Piano

PhiladelphiaHoliday Organ Celebration

Traditional: Christmas carols (Chants de Noël)
The Philadelphia Orchestra; Lina Gonzalez-Granados

PhiladelphiaMarsalis’s Tuba Concerto

Marsalis, Brahms
The Philadelphia Orchestra; Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Carol Jantsch

PhiladelphiaThe Glorious Sound of Christmas®

The Philadelphia Orchestra; Bramwell Tovey
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Joshua Bell revels in Bruch with The Philadelphia Orchestra

Joshua Bell plays and directs The Philadelphia Orchestra in Bruch, Mendelssohn and Price. 

Simone Dinnerstein plays Bach and Glass in Philadelphia

The pianist put a highly individual and unapologetically modern stamp on Bach's Keyboard Concerto no. 7.

Pure Mozart and a playful Bach riff in Philadelphia

The concert served as a formal introduction to Philippe Tondre, who became the orchestra's principal oboe during the pandemic.

Beethoven, Strauss and a world premiere in Philadelphia

At The Philadelphia Orchestra, classical and contemporary depictions of the natural world overshadow a set of Strauss songs performed by Pretty Yende.

Philadelphia Orchestra confirms Florence Price as an American Master

The season's first subscription concert celebrated the broad diversity of American music, focusing on composers and artists often excluded from concert halls in the past.

Opening night with the Philadelphia Orchestra and Yo-Yo Ma

Conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin and soloist Yo-Yo Ma stuck to the tried and true while ushering in a season "transformed and informed" by the pandemic's impact.