Arts Montco & The Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board Present
Musicians of The Philadelphia Orchestra
The Philadelphia Orchestra VIP Experience
See The Philadelphia Orchestra VIP-style! You're invited to the official exclusive after-party at the famous Dino's Backstage & The Celebrity Room! A one-night-only experience continues with delectable treats, VIP specialty gift, & an intimate meeting with Conductor Kensho Watanabe.
The Philadelphia Orchestra at the Historic Keswick Theatre
Arts Montco and the Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board are proud to present musicians of the world-famous Philadelphia Orchestra at the historic Keswick Theatre on Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 7:00 PM for a community concert showcasing Montco’s vibrant arts scene and providing funding for arts education in Montgomery County public schools. The 90-minute program will feature a chamber ensemble under the baton of Philadelphia Orchestra Assistant Conductor Kensho Watanabe and will include selections by Grieg, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky.
Becoming a sponsor of this event is an investment you can truly feel good about. This concert is a wonderful way to support arts education in schools across Montgomery County. For more information, click the link below.
Arts Montco and the VFTCB will donate concert proceeds to provide arts education programming to public schools in need of support across Montgomery County through a partnership with the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (MCIU) and Musicopia. The MCIU provides services that meet the educational and social service needs of Montgomery County’s 22 public school districts. Musicopia is a non-profit organization offering educational music enrichment programs in schools and communities throughout the Philadelphia region.
About the Performance
This year marks the 90th anniversary of the Keswick Theatre, which opened its doors on Christmas Day in 1928. The 1,300-seat theater was the original home of the Old York Road Symphony (OYRS), whose founders included Louis Angeloty, who had been first chair of The Philadelphia Orchestra.
The March 21st concert at the Keswick Theatre will feature works previously performed at the Theatre by the OYRS, which gave its first concert there in the spring of 1933.
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