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.
Stairs are located on the north and south sides of the Kimmel Center, providing access to the Lower Level and Tiers 1-3.
Elevators on the northwest and southwest corners of the building provide access to Commonwealth Plaza (Ground Floor) and Tiers 1-3. One elevator on each side services the Kimmel Center parking garage. An additional elevator is located on the northeast side of the Kimmel Center, by the Spruce Street entrance, providing access to the parking garage, Lower Level, Commonwealth Plaza (Ground Floor), and Tiers 1-2.
Restrooms are located on the Lower Level and are accessible by the north and south stairs and the northeast elevator. Restrooms are also located in the northwest and southwest corners of Tiers 1-3. Additional restrooms are above the Perelman Theater on Tier 1.
The complimentary coat check is located on the north side of the Lower Level, accessible by the north stairs and the northeast elevator.
All Philadelphia Orchestra concerts begin on time. Please give yourself plenty of time to get to your seats before the starting time.
In order to minimize disturbances to other audience members who have already begun listening to the music, late seating breaks usually occur after the first piece on the program or at intermission. If you arrive after the concert begins, you will be asked to wait in Commonwealth Plaza until the piece concludes. If you sign up for the concert reminder e-mails, we will update you in advance regarding late seating information for your concert.