In a capstone to our Leonard Bernstein centenary celebration, we present his quirky, complex, irreverent, and very humorous operetta Candide, with orchestral staging.
The Philadelphia Orchestra celebrates the tuba and euphonium with a PlayIN led by Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Tuba Carol Jantsch. Tuba and euphonium players of all ages and abilities are invited to join Philadelphia Orchestra low brass musicians, percussionists, and guest ensemble Tubular onstage in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center for this FREE community music-making opportunity. This event is free and open to the public to observe.
Selections include arrangements of:
R. Strauss “Dawn,” from Also sprach Zarathustra
Sousa “Liberty Bell” March
Tchaikovsky Waltz, from The Sleeping Beauty
Mozart First movement from Eine kleine Nachtmusik
Elgar “Nimrod,” from “Enigma” Variations
Grieg “In the Hall of the Mountain King,” from Peer Gynt
White, McKay, and Willis “September”
Swift, Martin, and Shellback “Shake It Off”
Djawadi Theme from Game of Thrones
Final repertoire lists and parts will be e-mailed to registrants. Contact HEAR@philorch.org with questions.
Bring your instrument, your registration ticket from Eventbrite, a portable music stand, and the music provided to you via e-mail.
After registering, you will receive PDF parts e-mailed to you from HEAR@philorch.org. Please print and bring your music with you.
A secured storage area will be provided for participants during the PlayIN.
Registered participants are asked to arrive by 4:30 PM. Staff and volunteers will be present to direct you as needed. The event begins promptly at 5:00 PM and will last one hour.
No, this is a free, unticketed event and seating is general admission.
Contact HEAR@philorch.org with questions about this exciting community event.