So what does this genius look like?
The stillness in the endings for both Bartok’s BLUEBEARD’S CASTLE and John Adam’s DOCTOR ATOMIC at The Kimmel Center this past weekend left me with a clear image for, “all’s fair in love and war.”
From the author of such children’s classics as The Giving Tree and Where the Sidewalk Ends comes a socially insightful series of vignettes
Kirill Gerstein bathed his Princeton audience in splendor Monday, February 27, when the pianist presented a recital featuring Bach, Brahms, Beethoven and Liszt at the McCarter Theatre. Nothing about this…
Choral Arts artistic director Matt Glandorf shares a little about the seasonal New Years Eve concert.
End this strange year with some high notes as Choral Arts Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Bach Collegium present a rare performance of Bach’s Christmas Oratorio.
Jess Conda joins Sam Tower + Ensemble in an all badass female rock noir cabaret.
Mixing punk and bouffon, this political satire offers a chance to laugh at the absurdity of this unusual election cycle and engage in the real issues of the November 8 election.
The Belcea String Quartet appeared on the Richardson Auditorium stage in Alexander Hall on the campus of Princeton University on October 13, 2016.
AVA students sing a single aria in competition with each other for prizes awarded by a professional panel of judges and by the audience themselves.
Top players in the Mexico music scene joined forces to play Morrissey’s and The Smith’s greatest hits. They’re coming to the Kimmel Center October 29.
Artists from Philly’s favorite clown-funk band pick favorite songs from their new album and the world of music
Giacomo Puccini (born 1858) left his last opera, TURANDOT, unfinished at his death in 1924.
An operatic version of a Lars von Trier movie? Yes.