Welcome to the Fall 2020 Season on the Digital Stage

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Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin and The Philadelphia Orchestra will return to the stage and community for a transformed fall season, continuing a commitment to provide music of the highest artistic caliber imbued with deep civic purpose and social responsibility. With health and safety as the top priority, performances will be reimagined and filmed without audiences at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts and in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts to be presented weekly on the Orchestra’s Digital Stage.

Subscription packages and single tickets to the Digital Stage will be available for purchase on Thursday, September 10, at 12 PM ET on philorch.org or by calling Ticket Philadelphia at 215.893.1999.

Explore the Season

Fans can also enjoy a sneak peek of the Digital Stage concert experience on Tuesday, September 8, at 7 PM, as the Orchestra and the Mann Center for the Performing Arts share for free a performance filmed on August 6 at the Mann—the first time members of the ensemble performed together since March 12.

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Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors

The September 8 free inaugural concert on the Digital Stage is sponsored by Beth Johnston and Ralph Muller in dedication to the life and work of John Lewis.

The Philadelphia Orchestra’s HearTOGETHER series is generously supported by lead corporate sponsor Accordant Advisors. Additional major support has been provided by the Otto Haas Charitable Trust.

Support for the collaboration with Refik Anadol has been provided to The Philadelphia Orchestra by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

The Philadelphia Orchestra’s PlayINs are funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Free weekly online concerts performed by small ensembles are supported in part by the William Penn Foundation, with additional support provided through the PNC Arts Alive initiative and the National Endowment for the Arts.

LEARN initiatives of the Virtual Philadelphia Orchestra are supported by Wells Fargo.