Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads this program featuring popular works by Mozart and a performance by teenage piano virtuoso Jan Lisiecki.
Did Bruckner sense that his Ninth Symphony would be his final work? After nine years of toil over the score, only three of the four movements were completed upon his death in 1896.
Dining at the Kimmel Center
The Kimmel Center offers guests a variety of dining options.
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During the regular season, PECO Cafe, located in the Kimmel Center's Commonwealth Plaza, is open one hour prior to Verizon Hall and Perelman Theater evening and matinee performances, and during intermission. The Cafe serves sandwiches, pastries, and a variety of beverages, plus additional salads and soups during matinee performances.
Enjoy cocktails and themed martinis at the Annex Lounge, located on the south side of Commonwealth Plaza, next to Verizon Hall. Open for Verizon Hall performances only.
Avoid the intermission drink line!
Purchase your intermission drinks before the concert and skip the line at the PECO Cafe and/or Annex Bar. A reserved table with your order will be waiting when you exit the hall at intermission.