Where Music Lives
6:33 am
Sat June 29, 2013

Where Music Lives: In the Air!

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.   

Concerts coming up...

Fort Washington, St.Thomas Church, Whitemarsh, Catherine Colt Dickey Memorial Carillon - Tuesdays during July at 7 pm:

July 2, Julianne vanden Wyngaard

July 9, Gerard DeWaardt

July 16, Tebbel Lonie Duo

July 23, Sally Harwood

July 30, Linda Dezuris

Kennett Square, Longwood Gardens, Chimes Tower - Sundays at 3 pm

All of the performances take place at the Chimes tower

May 12, Stephen Schreiber

May 19, Lisa Lonie

June 23, Lisa Lonie and Janet Tebbel

June 30, Julianne Vander Wyngaard

July 7, Gerard de Waardt

July 21, Sally Harwood

July 28, Linda Dzuris

August 4, Daniel Kehoe

August 18, John Widmann

August 25, Gordon Slater

September 1, Ellen Dickinson

September 8, Janet Tebbel

September 15, Doug Gefvert

Philadelphia, First United Methodist Church of Germantown, Shelmerdine Memorial Carillon - Mondays at 7:30 pm

June 24, Janet Tebbel

July 1, Julianne VandenWyngaard

July 8, Gerard de Waardt

July 15, Lisa Lonie and Janet Tebbel, duo carillonneurs

Valley Forge, Washington Memorial Chapel, Washington Memorial National Carillon - Wednesdays at 7:30 pm

July 3, Julianne Vanden Wyngaard

July 10, Gerard de Waardt

July 17, Janet Tebbel-Lisa Lonie Duo

July 24, Sally Harwood

July 31, Linda Dzuris

August 7, Daniel K. Kehoe

August 14, Music of the British Isles, Irish Thunder Pipes and Drums

August 21, Gordon Slater

August 28, Doug Gefvert

Princeton, Princeton University, Grover Cleveland Tower, The Class of 1892 Bells
Sundays at 1 pm
July 7 - Julianne vanden Wyngaard
July 14 - Gerard DeWaardt
July 21- Lisa Lonie
July 28 - Sally Harwood
August 5 - Linda Dzuris
August 11 - Doug Gefvert
August 18 - Gordon Slater
August 25 - Tebbel/Lonie Duo
Sept 1 - Anton Fleissner

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