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We know that now, more than ever, music is an incredibly powerful force for good, for inspiration, and for healing. We've created the Virtual Philadelphia Orchestra to bring music, in video and audio forms, as well as interactive education and enrichment, directly to you.
The Virtual Philadelphia Orchestra is generously funded, in part, by the William Penn Foundation. LEARN initiatives of the Virtual Philadelphia Orchestra are supported by Wells Fargo.
Every Thursday night at 8 PM ET, we will share a past or previously unreleased Philadelphia Orchestra performance.
What's on this week:
Gil Shaham Plays Brahms
Performed in Verizon Hall on May 24, 2013
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Every Friday and Saturday night at 8 PM ET, we invite you to listen to previously unreleased audio of Philadelphia Orchestra concerts via Listen On Demand.
Friday, April 3, at 8:00 PM
Performed in Verizon Hall on May 12, 2018
Saturday, April 4, at 8:00 PM
Performed in Verizon Hall on January 12, 2017
Find our complete library of performances on Listen On Demand:
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In addition to regularly scheduled Sunday (1 PM ET) and Monday (7 PM ET) programs, broadcast partner WRTI-FM will add an additional weekly Philadelphia Orchestra program to be broadcast Thursdays (7 PM ET on HD-2) and Fridays (1 PM on FM) until June 2020. WRTI’s Gregg Whiteside is producer and host. Information on weekly programming can be found at www.wrti.org/programs/philadelphia-orchestra-concert.
SiriusXM listeners can continue to tune in to Symphony Hall (channel 76 or player.siriusxm.com) every Monday (7 PM ET), Thursday (12 AM ET), and Saturday (6 PM ET) for Philadelphia Orchestra broadcasts.
The Orchestra will continue to expand its offerings on Spotify with musician-curated playlists. Recordings from The Philadelphia Orchestra’s storied recording history can be found on the Orchestra’s Spotify Artist Page, Apple Music, Amazon, IDAGIO, Primephonic, and more.
Participants of all ages will have the opportunity to learn from, and engage with, musicians of the Orchestra through virtual learning opportunities, including panel discussions, master classes, and more.
What's on next:
Panel Discussion: On Tuesday, April 7, at 6:00 PM ET, Assistant Principal Cello Yumi Kendall will host a panel discussion and Q&A—topic to be announced on Monday, April 6!
Violin Master Class: On Wednesday, April 8, at 1:00 PM ET, Concertmaster David Kim will host a violin master class featuring three students. Standard violin repertoire will be played and then discussed by Mr. Kim and the students.
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Due to rapidly evolving developments, and in accordance with the City of Philadelphia’s recommendation that all large gatherings be suspended to limit community transmission of COVID-19, all scheduled Philadelphia Orchestra rehearsals, performances, and events through May 10, 2020, are cancelled.
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Due to rapidly evolving developments, and in accordance with the City of Philadelphia’s recommendation that all large gatherings be suspended to limit community transmission of COVID-19, all scheduled Philadelphia Orchestra rehearsals, performances, and events through May 10, 2020, are cancelled. Learn more