Carillons en Where Music Lives: In the Air! <p></p><p>Music lives high in the sky. One of the largest musical instruments is also among the most public. WRTI’s Susan Lewis considers carillons and their bells, which are ringing out in summer concert series all over the greater Philadelphia region.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Concerts coming up...</strong></p><p><strong>Fort Washington, St.Thomas Church, Whitemarsh, Catherine Colt Dickey Memorial Carillon</strong> - Tuesdays during July at 7 pm:</p><p>July 2, Julianne vanden Wyngaard</p><p>July 9, Gerard DeWaardt</p><p>July 16, Tebbel Lonie Duo</p><p>July 23, Sally Harwood</p><p>July 30, Linda Dezuris</p><p><strong>Kennett Square, Longwood Gardens, Chimes Tower - Sundays at 3 pm</strong></p><p>All of the performances take place at the Chimes tower</p><p>May 12, Stephen Schreiber</p><p>May 19, Lisa Lonie</p><p>June 23, Lisa Lonie and Janet Tebbel</p><p>June 30, Julianne Vander Wyngaard</p><p>July 7, Gerard de Waardt</p><p>July 21, Sally Harwood</p><p>July 28, Linda Dzuris</p><p>August 4, Daniel Kehoe</p><p>August 18, John Widmann</p><p>August 25, Gordon Slater</p><p>September 1, Ellen Dickinson</p><p>September 8, Janet Tebbel</p><p>September 15, Doug Gefvert</p><p><strong>Philadelphia, First United Methodist Church of Germantown, Shelmerdine Memorial Carillon</strong> - Mondays at 7:30 pm</p><p>June 24, Janet Tebbel</p><p>July 1, Julianne VandenWyngaard</p><p>July 8, Gerard de Waardt</p><p>July 15, Lisa Lonie and Janet Tebbel, duo carillonneurs</p><p><strong>Valley Forge, Washington Memorial Chapel, Washington Memorial National Carillon - Wednesdays at 7:30 pm</strong></p><p>July 3, Julianne Vanden Wyngaard</p><p>July 10, Gerard de Waardt</p><p>July 17, Janet Tebbel-Lisa Lonie Duo</p><p>July 24, Sally Harwood</p><p>July 31, Linda Dzuris</p><p>August 7, Daniel K. Kehoe</p><p>August 14, Music of the British Isles, Irish Thunder Pipes and Drums</p><p>August 21, Gordon Slater</p><p>August 28, Doug Gefvert</p><p><strong>Princeton, Princeton University, Grover Cleveland Tower, The Class of 1892 Bells</strong><br>Sundays at 1 pm<br>July 7 - Julianne vanden Wyngaard<br>July 14 - Gerard DeWaardt<br>July 21- Lisa Lonie<br>July 28 - Sally Harwood<br>August 5 - Linda Dzuris<br>August 11 - Doug Gefvert<br>August 18 - Gordon Slater<br>August 25 - Tebbel/Lonie Duo<br>Sept 1 - Anton Fleissner</p><p> Sat, 29 Jun 2013 10:33:31 +0000 Susan Lewis 6089 at Where Music Lives: In the Air! Xavier Le Roy's Contemporary Music Concert--Carillons in the Philadelphia Region <p>David Patrick Stearns explores choreographer Xavier Le Roy's <i>More Mouvements fur Lachenmann</i>, a Philadelphia Live Arts Festival presentation.</p> <p>Susan Lewis explores the Philadelphia region's vast wealth of carillons and the musicians who make them chime.</p> Mon, 19 Sep 2011 20:38:00 +0000 David Patrick Stearns & Susan Lewis 2612 at Xavier Le Roy's Contemporary Music Concert--Carillons in the Philadelphia Region Kimmel Center's Ann Ewers--Pottstown Symphony--The Role of Theater Directors--Local Carillons <p>Jim Cotter speaks with Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts President and CEO Ann Ewers.</p> <p>David Patrick Stearns on the rise and fall of the Pottstown Symphony Orchestra.</p> <p>Jason Peifer takes a look at the historic role of the theater director. We'll hear from the Wilma Theater's Blanka Zizka, and Seth Rozin of the InterAct Theatre.</p> <p>Susan Lewis visits several area carillons; they're large musical instruments consisting of bells that live at the top of tall towers.</p> Sat, 14 Jun 2008 17:34:00 +0000 Jim Cotter, Susan Lewis & David Patrick Stearns & Jason Peifer 1980 at Kimmel Center's Ann Ewers--Pottstown Symphony--The Role of Theater Directors--Local Carillons William Ranney--Delaware Folk Art Collection--American Philosophical Society--Carillon <p>William Ranney at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. </p> <p>Jason Peifer: Delaware Folk Art Collection at the Blue Ball Barn in Wilmington, DE. </p> <p>The latest exhibition at the American Philosophical Society. </p> <p>Susan Lewis considers the carillon.</p> Sat, 23 Jun 2007 16:09:00 +0000 Jim Cotter & Susan Lewis & Jason Peifer 1838 at