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Chestnut Hill conductor Donald Meineke will lead in a performance of Benjamin Britten’s “A Ceremony of Carols.” more
An award-winning documentary about Holocaust survivor, cantor and military veteran David “Saba” Wisnia is coming to the Center on the Hill. more
Now running at Stagecrafters, Silent Sky honors the life of pioneer astronomer Henrietta Leavitt. more
Dominick DiOrio, artistic director and conductor of the Mendelssohn Chorus, will help celebrate the Christmas season with “A Feast of Carols.” more
What makes Yolanda Ward's art so distinctive is that her Impressionistic works look exactly like oil paintings until you get inches from them. more
Alana and Scott Davis gave up lucrative corporate careers to pursue one of the riskiest businesses in the country. more
The Allens Lane Art Center is hosting a Nov. 18 “Salute to Hip-Hop’s 50th with R&B.” more
Many know the story of “Lysistrata;” few have seen a production. It's a fun-loving delight. more
Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, will return to Chestnut Hill on Dec. 1 to perform “Unmatched.” more
The “Broken Hollow Banshee” was warmly received on its opening night premiere at Old Academy Players. It was a lot of fun. more
The Academy of Vocal Arts will present a fully staged mounting of Gaetano Donizetti’s “Anna Bolena” Nov. 11 to 23 in Center City. more
Current Chestnut Hill residents most likely are unaware that once upon a time the neighborhood boasted a hugely successful amusement park. more
“I will be there at Borrelli's Chestnut Hill Gallery on Nov. 11 if I am still alive and kicking,” artist Phil Cohn said about his upcoming 100th birthday. more
Both the Fairmount String Quartet and the Jasper String Quartet will be performing in Chestnut Hill over the coming week. more
Hope Lodge, the historic Whitemarsh estate, will hold its 42nd annual encampment on Saturday, Nov. 4. more
Many immigrants give up successful, lucrative careers in their chosen fields to pursue their “American dream.” Juby George is just such a person. more
The season of crazy costumes, trick or treating, and everything spooky is back. Halloween is showing up throughout the Northwest Philadelphia region. more
The vocal ensemble Variant 6 and pianist Ting Ting Wong will perform two rarely programmed vocal masterpieces on Oct. 27 in Germantown. more
Ghostly tales and creepy sights await at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education’s annual Halloween Hikes and Hayrides this weekend. more
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