Curtis showcases the string and piano players on its Summerfest faculty with an unusual pairing, a top local composer, and four hands on the keys.
A Curtis Summerfest concert adds some novelties and perennials to the summer music schedule, including an unexpected encounter with a modern percussion favorite.
A Philadelphia institution makes its annual return to one of the city’s best sites for chamber music.
This season’s second Laurel Hill Concerts by Candlelight performance spotlights the unique sound of a harp duo.
Philadelphia’s Renaissance town band adds the sound of its historic instruments to the first big blast in the choral repertoire — Monteverdi’s 'Vespers of 1610'.
The Russian Opera Workshop presents Tchaikovsky’s ode to the perils of gambling and romance.
For its summer Month of Moderns series, the Crossing premieres musical works inspired by displacement, migration, homelessness, and the wind through the city.
The Chestnut Street Singers present music by a Hungarian national hero with a unique style.
Mimi Stillman and her Dolce Suono Ensemble decorate the June music calendar with a bouquet of popups and chamber-music concerts.
Tempesta di Mare accompanies an Italian summer with some Central European verve.