Sometimes you get a compliment from the most unexpected of places! Ours came today from “B-Love” over at www.phillyskyline.com. If you haven’t read this particular home-grown blog before, you’re definitely missing out. A fine mixture of commentary and outstanding photographs help keep you “in the know” with Philadelphia, its buildings, its neighborhoods, and its.
Lesley Valdes spoke to András Schiff about his two-year Beethoven Project shortly after he began the performance and recording cycle last season. Schiff met with her shortly before the pianist’s recital with cellist Miklós Perényi for the Philadelphia Chamber Society. Q: At 53 (note: Mr. Schiff’s age at the time of the interview), is this.
Living and Breathing Our Mission: Part One of a Series PCMS was founded to fill a void in the cultural life of our city: for decades eminent recital and chamber music musicians visited New York, Boston, and Washington but had no performance outlet in Philadelphia. When Anthony Checchia and his colleagues founded PCMS in 1986, it.
The Guarneri Quartet will play here on October 28, then return for the final concert of the PCMS season in May. Then, silence — and memories. The Quartet will end its 45-year run after that May concert, one in which founding cellist David Soyer, now 85, will rejoin the ensemble in a symbolic farewell, Schubert’s.
I thought it might be helpful to all of our patrons if I took the occasion of this initial blog posting to offer suggestions as to how our Box Office might make your concert going experience a more pleasurable one. Important services (and ones rarely taken advantage of by our patrons) include our “ticket upgrade”.
Welcome to the new pcmsconcerts.org! Launching a new website is a bit like premiering a new piece of music – you work hard for months in relative solitude, only to place your efforts on public display and hope for a positive response. We hope you like what we’ve done! As one of Philadelphia’s largest music.