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Published: Sun, 24 Sep 2017 07:01:00 GMT


Philadelphia Orchestra and 'Amadeus': Still a big tease
The concert blends the sounds of live and recorded musicians.

Reimagining the Merriam Kimmel Center public discussions at at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Sunday and 6 p.m. Monday at the Merriam Theater, 250 S. Broad St.

Dear Kimmel Center: We love you. Do you love us?
Philly's performing arts center invites the public in for three brainstorming town-hall meetings Sunday and Monday to talk about possibilities for the newly acquired Merriam Theater.

With new hall, PAFA pictures a bright future for the arts on North Broad
The new 277-seat performing arts space fills a niche in the city.

O17 hits the Barnes with a hallucinatory fairy tale
With "pink people" and a score by Curtis-trained composer David Hertzberg, "The Wake World" is an aesthete's feast.

Has anything changed? Opera Philadelphia uses MOVE as a lens
Can a piece of music or theater be both great art and political commentary?

O17's 'Magic Flute' - Mozart by way of Monty Python and Edward Gorey
The production, conceived by an English theater group, was brought to the Academy of Music by Opera Philadelphia for its O17 festival.

AmeriCorps takes Philly's artist-in-schools program national
ArtistYear in Philadelphia is expanding to schools in New York and Colorado.

Philadelphia Art Alliance to merge with University of the Arts
The proposal to end the Art Alliance's days as an independent organization will go before Orphans' Court.

Bernstein's 100th, Philly's own opera fest, and 16 more top picks in classical music
Lots of concepts - high, low, and sideways - are defining the coming season in Philadelphia classical music. And beyond all of that, here are the events to which our critics are looking forward.