David Patrick Stearns reports from the Philadelphia Orchestra's tour of Europe.
Jim Cotter speaks with Nick Stuccio, who is the producing director of the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe.
Eric Brannon takes us to Constants - a new site-specific production by the Philadelphia dance company, Movement Brigade. Constants is performed on, and explores the history of, the Schuylkill River.
A Grand Celebration: The Philadelphia Orchestra Live with the Wanamaker Organ at Macy's Center CityThe Historic Grand Court ConcertPeter Richard Conte, organist. Rossen Milanov, conductor
What now for the Philadelphia Orchestra? As Chapter 11 hearings proceed, we speak with the orchestra's board chair Richard Worley, and orchestra cellist John Koen who heads the musicians' committee.
Susan Lewis considers a new exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art that reflects on Andy Warhol and his first solo museum show at the ICA in 1965.
And we speak with Thomas Meany of the Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia.
Jim Cotter discusses the Philadelphia Orchestra's finances with CEO Alison Vulgamore and CFO Mario Mestichelli.
Susan Lewis explores the Philadelphia Museum of Art's summer show that examines the late works of Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Tom Keels takes us to Philadelphia on Stone, an exhibition at the Library Company of Philadelphia exploring how local lithographers have depicted their city from the 1800s to the present day.