Academy of Music

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What’s Worth Seeing in October: Neil Young, Thurston Moore, Midtown Village Fall Festival, and More

Neil Young October 8th and 9th Academy of Music The gritty Canadian singer and guitarist has always had a huge Philadelphia fan base, and his […]

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Out Baritone Jonathan Beyer Talks About His Gay Take on the Academy of Music’s The Barber of Seville

Jonathan Beyer met his boyfriend of eight years, Brandon Cedel, when they were both students at Philadelphia’s Curtis Institute of Music. They lived in Center […]

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Tickets to Philly Engagement of Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella On Sale Today

Did you know that Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella did not make its Broadway debut until 2013? Originally written as a screenplay, the much-loved musical adaptation of the […]

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Neil Young Academy of Music Tickets Top Out at $255

On the heels of Neil Young’s Israeli concert cancellation comes news that the rock legend will perform two shows at Philadelphia’s esteemed Academy of Music.

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PHOTOS: Evita Opens With a Tango Party at the Academy of Music

Don’t cry for me, Philadelphia!  Last evening, to celebrate the opening of the national tour of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Evita at the Academy […]

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The Wizard of Oz Coming to Academy of Music

Heads up friends (and allies) of Dorothy: The Academy of Music just announced that it will stage a touring production of The Wizard of Oz […]

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Opera Philadelphia Announces Ambitious, Star-Studded New Season

Opera Philadelphia’s 40th anniversary repertoire, announced earlier this week, is the company’s most ambitious and star-studded to date. Some of opera’s most well-known singers will be performing […]

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The Academy of Music’s 157th Anniversary Concert and Ball with Jill Scott and the Bacon Brothers

The 157th Anniversary Concert and Ball, Philadelphia’s annual white-tie gala, celebrated the Academy of Music’s 157th birthday on Saturday, January 25th. Music director Yannick Nézet-Séguin […]

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The Return of Jill Scott

Each January, the who’s who of Philadelphia pays big bucks to attend the Philadelphia Orchestra’s annual Academy Ball and Concert at the Academy of Music. […]

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Young Friends of the Academy of Music’s Monsters Ball

The Young Friends of the Academy of Music held their annual Monster’s Ball on Wednesday night at Pennsylvania Six (114 South 12th Street). Proceeds from […]

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Red Mango Opens at 15th and Locust Today

Center City Philadelphia’s first Red Mango opens today at 10 a.m. The worldwide chain is known for their frozen yogurt though they’ve been diversifying their […]

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Russet Now Offers Weekend Brunch

Chef-Owners Andrew and Kristin Wood are now offering brunch at Russet. The BYOB is offering seasonally-inspired brunch dishes every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. till […]

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Sbraga in the Real World

Trey Popp finds that Kevin Sbraga can really shine at his eponymous restaurant on Broad Street. Over-cute missteps and fast-corrected blunders aside, Sbraga more often […]

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PW Calls Sbraga “Stellar”

Brian Freedman buys into the Sbraga experience from the foie gras soup forward. There’s just so much to love at Sbraga, not least of which […]

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Migrating Fish Opens Its Doors Tonight

Mike Stollenwerk is set to open his new location for Fish tonight at 13th and Locust. Unlike his former location, this Fish will actually serve non-seafood. […]