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Join us at one, two, or all of our Orchestra events this season!

Open Rehearsals

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Friends’ Circle members and above will have behind-the-scenes access to a working session of the Orchestra with esteemed guest artists and conductors.

Open Rehearsal tickets are required for attendance and are available by logging onto My Account. Open Rehearsal tickets expire one year from the date of your gift. Seating is general admission on the Orchestra level and select areas of Tier 1. These are working rehearsals and as a courtesy to the musicians, seating may not be allowed in the rows closest to the stage. Children under the age of eight will not be admitted. When approved by the conductor, seating in the Conductor’s Circle is available to Maestro’s Circle members who make their reservation by calling 215.893.3151.

Closed Rehearsal

Pre-Rehearsal Dinner and Rehearsal
Musicians’ Circle donors and above can enjoy an exclusive pre-rehearsal supper and conversation prior to the rehearsal. Light supper begins at 5:30 PM in Commonwealth Plaza at the Kimmel Center with rehearsal beginning promptly at 7:30 PM in Verizon Hall. Tickets are not required, but an RSVP is strongly suggested.

*Passover friendly dinner options will be available

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Yannick Nézet-Séguin Conductor
Westminster Symphonic Choir
Community Voices of Philadelphia

Bernstein Chichester Psalms
Machover Philadelphia Voices
Musorgsky Pictures from an Exhibition

Questions or comments please call our Annual Fund office at 215.893.3151 or e-mail memberevents@philorch.org.

“Meet the Artist” Salon Series

Musicians' Circle members and above have the opportunity to attend lively receptions with wine and hors d'oeuvres, followed by an engaging question-and-answer session with well-known special guests. All Salon Series events begin at 5:30 PM and end at approximately 7:30 PM.

Friday, November 3, 2017
Featuring Maestro Cristian Măcelaru
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Patterson Room
1300 Locust Street

Friday, February 23, 2018
Featuring Maestro Cristian Măcelaru and the Orchestra’s low brass section
The Masonic Temple, One North Broad Street

Friday,March 23, 2018
Featuring Principal Trumpet David Bilger
Tier Two Lounge, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

Questions or comments please call the Annual Fund Office at 215.893.3151 or e-mail development@philorch.org.

The Philadelphia Orchestra at Carnegie Hall

Maestro’s Circle Partners, Champions, and Fabulous Philadelphians enjoy the opportunity to travel with our musicians on The Philadelphia Orchestra’s train to New York and to enjoy dinner and a concert at Carnegie Hall. 

E-mail the Annual Fund Office to make your reservation today. 

Philadelphia Voices 
Tuesday, APRIL 10 8:00 PM 

Yannick Nézet-Séguin Conductor 
Westminster Symphonic Choir 
Community Voices of Philadelphia 

Bernstein Chichester Psalms 
Machover Philadelphia Voices 
Musorgsky Pictures from an Exhibition 

Psalms soar heavenward on waves of irrepressible rhythm, and a keyboard masterpiece is painted in kaleidoscopic new colors. Commissioned by the Dean of England’s Chichester Cathedral, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms has the rhythmic zest of West Side Story, scored for treble voice, chorus, and an orchestra that features brass, two harps, strings, and percussion. Ravel’s orchestration of Mussorgsky’s piano suite Pictures at an Exhibition thrills from its opening Promenade to the famous “Great Gate of Kiev.”

Maestro’s Circle House Party

Maestro’s Circle Partners, Champions, and Fabulous Philadelphians celebrate the end of the Orchestra’s regular subscription season with Orchestra musicians and leadership. Invitations will be sent out closer to the event.

Lecture Luncheons

Double Tree Hotel (Broad and Locust Streets)
The Rittenhouse Square Volunteer Committee presents a one-hour lecture presentation prior to select Friday afternoon concerts. This presentation features musicians, musicologists, and composers, and is followed by a discussion with a celebrity guest and a delicious catered luncheon. This event is open to the public. Doors open at 10:45 AM and the program will begin shortly after 11 AM. The luncheon cost is $40.00 per person; $36.00 for groups of 10 or more. For information call Marlena Kleit at 215.901.2909 or go to Volunteer Events page.

Morning Musicales

Morning Musicales, presented by The West Philadelphia Committee, was inaugurated in 1962 and has continued since then without interruption. Inspired by the late Mrs. Frederick T. van Urk, Morning Musicales provides an opportunity for excellent young performers to appear before discriminating audiences with the possibility of review by professional music critics. The series also helps to provide funds to support projects associated with The Philadelphia Orchestra.

In its 55th year of presenting emerging artists in the Music World, Morning Musicales returns to The Field Auditorium at The Curtis Institute of Music. Treat yourself to one or all three of these hour long concerts at 11 AM and meet the artist afterwards at a reception. Series tickets start at $50 and individual tickets may be purchased at the door for $20. If you are interested in receiving an invitation or attending, please contact the Volunteer Relations Office at dbyrne@philorch.org or go to Volunteer Events page.



Interested in becoming more involved with The Philadelphia Orchestra?

Learn how to support the Orchestra by making a donation, or purchasing tickets or a subscription at www.philorch.org or call 215.893.3151.