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

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Marin Alsop celebrates the American melting pot in Philadelphia

Marin Alsop © Grant Leighton
The program paired works of two living female composers with a suite of selections from Porgy and Bess, featuring star soprano Angel Blue.

Albert Herring earns the crown at Curtis Opera Theatre

Ruby Dibble (Mrs Herring), Ethan Burck (Albert Herring) and Merissa Beddows (Lady Billows) © WMB Photo
Benjamin Britten's comic slice of country life proves an ideal choice for the conservatory setting.

Edward Gardner impresses in Philadelphia debut

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega
Michael Daugherty’s Once Upon a Castle, composed in 2003, is the highlight of Edward Gardner's Philadelphia Orchestra debut.  

Philip Glass and David Byrne's Knee Plays

The Crossing performing Knee Plays at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts © John C. Hawthorne
The Knee Plays was an unusual selection to kick off a Philip Glass celebration, but the engaging production spoke to a time and associations in the composer's career.

A match made in Mendelssohn

Herbert Blomstedt © Martin UK Lengemann
Herbert Blomstedt and Lise de la Salle proved an ideal pair in the rarely heard Piano Concerto no. 2 in D minor with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Philadelphia Orchestra conjures sorcerers and spells

Isabel Leonard © Deniz Saylan
Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortilèges made up for an uneven first half that jumped from Mozart to Harry Potter.