• Presented By: Woodmere Art Museum
  • Dates: November 2, 2019 - January 11, 2020
  • Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Saturday
  • Location: Woodmere Art Museum
  • Address: 9201 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19118
  • Phone: (215) 247-0476
  • Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
  • Price: $25 ($15 members)
  • Details

    November 2

    Women and Virtue: An Evening of Art Songs

    Performers: Benjamin C.S. Boyle, piano; Rebecca Hoke, Soprano Rebecca Hoke and composer and pianist Benjamin C. S. Boyle present an evening of evocative art songs of the nineteenth through twenty-first centuries, revealing the choices women have faced throughout the ages. The program will include music of Ina Boyle, Samuel Barber, Francis Poulenc, Franz Schubert, and Robert Schumann. 

    November 9

    Curtis at Woodmere: Student Program

    Performers: Students of Curtis Institute of Music Curtis is home to some of the most talented young performers of their generation. Enjoy an evening of incredible music with the world’s most promising musicians. Program to be announced. 

    November 16

    Curtis on Tour: Winds & Strings

    Performers: Gabriel Kovach, horn; Benjamin Schmid, violin; and students of Curtis Institute of Music Curtis on Tour offers a unique ensemble of winds and strings, performing expansive chamber music works of Beethoven and Penderecki. The ensemble will be led by the incredible Austrian violinist and Curtis alumnus Benjamin Schmid. Recognized as one of today’s most versatile violinists, Schmid performs and records extensively, championing both classic repertoire and works by living composers. Alumnus Gabriel Kovach, principal horn of the Phoenix Symphony, will be the hornist. These two alumni will be joined by students for the tour.

    January 11

    Concert Pianist Marja Kaisla

    Performer: Marja Kaisla Virtuoso pianist Kaisla opens Woodmere’s 2020 classical season. Born in Helsinki, Kaisla moved to Philadelphia in 1987 and has since performed throughout  the United States, debuting at  Carnegie Hall in 2005. Program to be announced.


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  • 9201 Germantown Ave
  • Philadelphia, PA 19118
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  • Woodmere Art Museum
  • $25 ($15 members)
  • Recurring weekly on Saturday