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Pierre-Laurent Aimard Announces New Program

We have just received word that Pierre-Laurent Aimard has changed his March 13, 2018 PCMS recital program. The revised concert details are as follows. Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 8 pm Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center Obukhov: Création d'or Obukhov: Révelation Liszt: Nuages gris Liszt: Les jeux d’eaux à la Villa d’Este Messiaen: Le Courlis Cendré, from Catalogue d'oiseaux Scriabin: Sonata No..
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Elias Quartet Personnel Change for Feburary 2018 Concert

We've just received word from the members of the Elias Quartet that violist Martin Saving will be unable to participate in the quartet’s upcoming North American tour in February-March, 2018, due to treatment for a medical condition which involves his arm. Simone van der Giessen will fill in for Martin for all performances on this.
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Inon Barnatan Replaces Ingrid Fliter

We have just received word that, regretfully, Ingrid Fliter must cancel her upcoming U.S. tour due to family reasons and thus will not be appearing with PCMS on May 10, 2017. However, we are pleased to report that pianist Inon Barnatan (who last appeared with PCMS in 2010 with cellist Alisa Weilerstein) is available to perform for us.
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Benjamin Beilman Replaces Christian Tetzlaff

Benjamin Beilman Replaces Christian Tetzlaff for April 8 PCMS Recital Due to the imminent birth of his child, Christian Tetzlaff has had to cancel his upcoming U.S. tour and cannot appear with PCMS as planned this Friday, April 8. Happily, we have arranged for violinist Benjamin Beilman and pianist Andrew Tyson to present a recital of.
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Imani Winds Rescheduled Date

Due to the snow storm this past weekend and the subsequent closing of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, PCMS had to postpone the Imani Winds concert that was scheduled for Sunday, January 24, 2016. Fortunately, we have been able to reschedule this performance (with the same program) for Sunday, April 24, 2016, at 3:00 pm in.
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John Dalley Cancels January 29 PCMS Appearance

Due to illness, John Dalley will be unable to appear as guest artist with the Horszowski Trio for its PCMS performance on Friday, January 29, 2016, at 8 pm at the American Philosophical Society's Benjamin Franklin Hall. The Horszowski Trio will perform on its own with a new program. Concert details are as follows: Horszowski Trio Friday, January.
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Europa Galante Cancellation

Because of the impending blizzard and Europa Galante’s need to return to Europe for a busy series of engagements there, it has been necessary for them to book a flight that leaves the U.S. this afternoon. Therefore, we must cancel their Friday, January 22 performance with us. The members of the ensemble were very much.
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Tai Murray Postponement

Unfortunately, due to a last-minute scheduling conflict, Tai Murray has had to postpone her Wednesday, February 3, 2016 recital with Anton Nel. We have rescheduled this recital for Monday, May 9, 2016, at the same time and venue. Pianist Gilles Vonsattel will perform with Tai Murray, replacing Anton Nel. Concert details are as follows: Tai Murray,.
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Time For Three Concert Cancellation

Due to a minor injury involving one of the members of the Trio, we have had to cancel our Time for Three concert, scheduled for Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the American Philosophical Society. At this late stage in the season, we were just not able to reschedule the date. However, we have offered ticket holders.
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Storm Cancellations To Press

1)  Due to the closing of the Kimmel Center, tonight's Musicians from Marlboro concert has been canceled. 2)  We have just confirmed that tomorrow night's concert with Jeremy Denk will also be canceled. We will be rescheduling this recital for later in the season and will contact you with the new date when it is.
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