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2019-03-01_14-00 _ Haydn and Beethoven

Haydn and Beethoven

2:00 PM, Verizon Hall
Nathalie Stutzmann - Conductor
Benjamin Grosvenor - Piano
Haydn - Symphony No. 94 ("Surprise")
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 1
INTERMISSION -
Beethoven - Symphony No. 4

An acclaimed contralto turned conductor, Nathalie Stutzmann wowed the audience at her 2016 debut conducting Messiah. She returns to make her subscription debut with a program featuring Benjamin Grosvenor in Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1. A Gramophone “Young Artist Award” winner, Grosvenor has established himself as one of today's finest pianists. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony, and the ever-surprising Symphony No. 94 by Haydn (Beethoven's teacher), are sublime musical companions.

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2019-03-02_10-00 _ Sound All Around: Percussion

Sound All Around: Percussion

10:00 AM, Academy of Music Ballroom
Carol Jantsch - Host and Storyteller
Angela Zator Nelson - Percussion

Almost anything in the world can become a percussion instrument if you use your imagination! Percussion instruments are the oldest and largest instrument family, and their sound is created by striking or shaking the instrument. This family includes the xylophone, glockenspiel, chimes, cymbals, and drums. Philadelphia Orchestra percussionist, Angela Zator Nelson, will guide you through these big and small, loud and soft instruments. We'll clap our hands and stomp our feet through this performance!

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2019-03-02_11-15 _ Sound All Around: Percussion

Sound All Around: Percussion

11:15 AM, Academy of Music Ballroom
Carol Jantsch - Host and Narrator
Angela Zator Nelson - Percussion

Almost anything in the world can become a percussion instrument if you use your imagination! Percussion instruments are the oldest and largest instrument family, and their sound is created by striking or shaking the instrument. This family includes the xylophone, glockenspiel, chimes, cymbals, and drums. Philadelphia Orchestra percussionist, Angela Zator Nelson, will guide you through these big and small, loud and soft instruments. We'll clap our hands and stomp our feet through this performance!

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2019-03-02_20-00 _ Haydn and Beethoven

Haydn and Beethoven

8:00 PM, Verizon Hall
Nathalie Stutzmann - Conductor
Benjamin Grosvenor - Piano
Haydn - Symphony No. 94 ("Surprise")
Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 1
INTERMISSION -
Beethoven - Symphony No. 4

An acclaimed contralto turned conductor, Nathalie Stutzmann wowed the audience at her 2016 debut conducting Messiah. She returns to make her subscription debut with a program featuring Benjamin Grosvenor in Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1. A Gramophone “Young Artist Award” winner, Grosvenor has established himself as one of today's finest pianists. Beethoven's Fourth Symphony, and the ever-surprising Symphony No. 94 by Haydn (Beethoven's teacher), are sublime musical companions.

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2019-03-04_10-00 _ Sound All Around: Percussion

Sound All Around: Percussion

10:00 AM, Academy of Music Ballroom
Carol Jantsch - Host and Storyteller
Angela Zator Nelson - Percussion

Almost anything in the world can become a percussion instrument if you use your imagination! Percussion instruments are the oldest and largest instrument family, and their sound is created by striking or shaking the instrument. This family includes the xylophone, glockenspiel, chimes, cymbals, and drums. Philadelphia Orchestra percussionist, Angela Zator Nelson, will guide you through these big and small, loud and soft instruments. We'll clap our hands and stomp our feet through this performance!

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2019-03-04_11-15 _ Sound All Around: Percussion

Sound All Around: Percussion

11:15 AM, Academy of Music Ballroom
Carol Jantsch - Host and Narrator
Angela Zator Nelson - Percussion

Almost anything in the world can become a percussion instrument if you use your imagination! Percussion instruments are the oldest and largest instrument family, and their sound is created by striking or shaking the instrument. This family includes the xylophone, glockenspiel, chimes, cymbals, and drums. Philadelphia Orchestra percussionist, Angela Zator Nelson, will guide you through these big and small, loud and soft instruments. We'll clap our hands and stomp our feet through this performance!

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2019-03-06_19-00 _ All-Philadelphia High School Music Festival

All-Philadelphia High School Music Festival

7:00 PM, Verizon Hall

The Philadelphia Orchestra presents the All City Festival Concert on Wednesday, March 6, at 7:00 PM at the Kimmel Center's Verizon Hall. The All City Band, Choir, and Orchestra will perform led by ensemble conductors Joseph Conyers, Dorina Morrow, and Dr. Deborah A. Confredo. Join us as we welcome Yannick Nézet-Séguin to conduct the finale.

The concert is free but tickets are required. Seating will be general admission and is first come, first served

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2019-03-07_19-30 _ Mendelssohn and Schubert

Mendelssohn and Schubert

7:30 PM, Verizon Hall
Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Conductor
Jan Lisiecki - Piano
Haydn - Overture to L'isola disabitata
Mendelssohn - Piano Concerto No. 1
INTERMISSION -
Schubert - Symphony in C major ("Great")

A piano prodigy returns! Jan Lisiecki may be young, but he's already a seasoned master at the keyboard (and a regular with the Orchestra—he made his debut at age 18). He'll shine in Mendelssohn's innovative Piano Concerto No. 1. Yannick also brings us Haydn's stirring Overture to the opera L'isola disabitata, part of his focus on that composer's music, as well as Schubert's Symphony in C major, his final completed symphony, and absolutely deserving of its less formal title: the “Great.”

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2019-03-09_20-00 _ Mendelssohn and Schubert

Mendelssohn and Schubert

8:00 PM, Verizon Hall
Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Conductor
Jan Lisiecki - Piano
Haydn - Overture to L'isola disabitata
Mendelssohn - Piano Concerto No. 1
INTERMISSION -
Schubert - Symphony in C major ("Great")

A piano prodigy returns! Jan Lisiecki may be young, but he's already a seasoned master at the keyboard (and a regular with the Orchestra—he made his debut at age 18). He'll shine in Mendelssohn's innovative Piano Concerto No. 1. Yannick also brings us Haydn's stirring Overture to the opera L'isola disabitata, part of his focus on that composer's music, as well as Schubert's Symphony in C major, his final completed symphony, and absolutely deserving of its less formal title: the “Great.”

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2:00 PM

Mendelssohn and Schubert

2:00 PM, Verizon Hall
Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Conductor
Jan Lisiecki - Piano
Haydn - Overture to L'isola disabitata
Mendelssohn - Piano Concerto No. 1
INTERMISSION -
Schubert - Symphony in C major ("Great")

A piano prodigy returns! Jan Lisiecki may be young, but he's already a seasoned master at the keyboard (and a regular with the Orchestra—he made his debut at age 18). He'll shine in Mendelssohn's innovative Piano Concerto No. 1. Yannick also brings us Haydn's stirring Overture to the opera L'isola disabitata, part of his focus on that composer's music, as well as Schubert's Symphony in C major, his final completed symphony, and absolutely deserving of its less formal title: the “Great.”

 

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