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Chestnut Hill’s Woodmere Art Museum has announced a fall/winter season of classical concerts that includes five performances. more
When I was a kid, growing up in the 1950s, Sunday matinees were a common and frequent offering by many classical music ensembles throughout the country, including those here in Philadelphia. Then, in … more
The opening of the 2023-24 season of classical music concerts will be highlighted by peerless vocal and choral singing offered by local musicians and ensembles. more
Local classical music lovers are lucky when it comes to hearing “live” performances of music taken from the chamber orchestra repertoire. more
Two of Philadelphia’s most acclaimed and popular classical music ensembles have announced 2023-24 “live concert” seasons that include performances in Chestnut Hill. more
Philly’s Low Cut Connie has amassed a cult fan base that includes Elton John, Bruce Springsteen and former President Barack Obama. more
Events from Thursday, Aug. 17, through August and beyond. more
In the decades following World War I (1914-18), the classical music world traveled a pathway that has proven to be an unwise change of direction. It moved away from its traditional foundation on folk … more
The new artistic director of Choral Arts Philadelphia has announced an exciting new roster of concerts for the 2023-24 season. more
Charlie Cooper  and his popular Humbleman Band have been playing local gigs for 24 years, but right now he just feels lucky to be alive. more
The Jenkintown Community Band plans three Summer Pops events. more
Concert pianist Andre Watts, 77, a trailblazing virtuoso of classical music, spent his childhood and teenage years in Germantown. more
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill has announced the 2023-24 season of one of the Hill’s most popular offerings: “Five Fridays.” more
Bronson Tennis returned to North America with the realization that Latin roots fusion music was his calling. more
Eighth District City Councilmember Cindy Bass' Summer Events Series is a set of free community events that include live music and fun kids' activities. more
The Presser Foundation, which provides grants to music organizations in this region, is now one of Chestnut Hill’s newest neighbors. more
Deb Callahan Band’s first album was released in 2002, but the group is still churning out exciting new blues music. more
Kristopher Rudzinski recently completed his first year as director of the Germantown Branch of Settlement Music School. more
Andre Saunders, a prominent Mt. Airy hip-hop recording artist and parishioner at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill, is scheduled to perform July 21 at World Cafe Live. more
Dom Flemons’ songs have been described in lots of ways: Old-timey, Piedmont blues, Black cowboy country. They’re all accurate, he says. more
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