Philadelphia Orchestra Assistant Conductor Kensho Watanabe leads the program of favorites including Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture for this FREE Neighborhood Concert.
This concert is FREE, but tickets are required.
Tickets are $25
Stéphane Denève - Conductor
Prokofiev - Excerpts from Romeo and Juliet
Grab some friends and come to the Kimmel Center for LiveNote™ Nights. Principal Guest Conductor Stéphane Denève leads the third LiveNote™ Nights concert on Wednesday, April 22, in a program of excerpts from Prokofiev’s indelible 20th-century interpretation of the tragic story of Romeo and Juliet.
LiveNote™ Nights concert presentations offer a program of core repertoire and feature the conductor talking about the music and the Orchestra demonstrating the music that will be performed. Following the concerts the musicians step off the stage to meet and mingle with audience members.
LiveNote™ Nights concerts are shorter and more informative concert presentations that start at 6:30 PM and offer audience members the chance to use the recently-introduced LiveNote app.
These concerts are designed to engage a wide range of audience members, from families with teenagers looking for a shorter concert to young professionals seeking a more informative presentation to longtime Orchestra patrons who want to enjoy an earlier evening with dinner following the concert.
All tickets are $25, inclusive of fees, and seating is general admission, allowing audience members to sit where, and with whom, they wish.
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