JS PCMS favorite Dinnerstein mentioned in recent Inquirer article about music in small places http://bit.ly/3DEVG5 # JS Looks like the unlimited student cards area hit. Posted last night and two orders in an hour! http://bit.ly/3O5d7N # Unlimited student cards on sale – so far a big hit! … http://bit.ly/IIvAS # http://twitpic.com/gyhzj – 09/10 Bus shelters.
Just thought I’d share the updated student and concert cards with everyone (I just got confirmation of our print order from our friend as 4colorprint.com). While some of us miss the old PCMS logo (remember it?), we’re excited to finally be consistently branded now with the exception of the sticker on our office door. Somehow,.
A weekly roundup of our “tweets” over at www.twitter.com/pcmsconcerts. We like to share useful small bits of information that we hope you’ll like! Got something you’d like to share with us? Send us an email, tweet, or comment on this post. THE VIDEOS ARE DONE! Check back in a couple hours; they will be posted.
With the start of single ticket sales, I thought I would offer some suggestions to help you get the best possible seats for the upcoming season. Get to know our venues. In subsequent blogs we will be featuring video clips that give you an inside glimpse into each of our concert halls. A seating chart for.
PCMS is always looking for new and effective ways to engage under-served audiences and help build interest and future fans of outstanding live chamber music. Our low ticket prices have always helped to break down one of the main barriers to participation. Our helpful and welcoming staff, convenient community venues, and outstanding artists all help.
While much of our staff spends the summer at the Marlboro Music Festival, Bradford and I have been holding down the fort here in Philadelphia, placing subscribers in seats and laying the groundwork for the upcoming season. We’ll be mailing out tickets during the first week of September, which means that concert season is right.
I wanted to post a quick note regarding the impact of ongoing debate of our state and city budgets. While I don’t like to bring politics into our Society, it’s important to let you know that without new action, both the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA) and the Philadelphia Cultural Fund (PCF) will have.