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Published: Mon, 24 Apr 2017 22:05:08 GMT

 



Orchestra fest shines new light on old Philly fixture Rachmaninoff
The severe Russian composer who so loved the Philadelphia Orchestra is being loved back this week with a series of concerts, three short plays - and a near-lifesize likeness in the lobby.






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Midler brings a new warmth to a late-career signature role. Her humor is fresh, with bull's-eye line readings. Her fans are going gaga in the aisles.



Yannick Nézet-Séguin is ready for his big Metropolitan Opera moment
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'Oslo' was developed in Philly before it hit Broadway. The show is an epic triumph.
J.T. Rogers' "Oslo," which reopened Thursday at Lincoln Center Theater's larger Vivian Beaumont space, is likely to become the theatrical award magnet of 2017, defying all manner of received wisdom in its dramatization of the 1993 Oslo Accords.



This young rising star from Philly just got the call-up of a lifetime
When Yannick called out sick, 29-year-old Kensho Watanabe got tapped to conduct the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra. But would his parents make it to the Kimmel Center on time?






Jerry's good girls deserve better
An excellent combination of singers, fine costumes, fun wigs ... but they all deserved less musty material.