March 5-March 9, 2014
The final act is unforgivable. And unforgettable.
No one is immune from France’s Reign of Terror—not even a humble order of Carmelite nuns. Seized by revolutionary fervor, the country takes over the convent and condemns all of the sisters to death. Blanche, the terrified daughter of the wealthy Marquise de la Force and who recently joined the order, has the chance to escape with her life. But ...More
March 9, 2014
Organist Brian Jones in Emeritus Director of Music and Organist at Trinity Church, Copley Square, Boston (1984-2004)...More
March 9, 2014
Newport Jazz Festival®: Now 60 celebrates both the great history of the Newport Jazz Festival® and it's current role as one of the most active presenters of contemporary ...More
March 9, 2014
The accordion has brought Joe Soprani some of the most unique performance experiences imaginable. With his squeezebox in tow, Joe has collaborated with Bon Jovi, performed at the ...More
March 9, 2014
Magician Mark Zacharia appears throughout the country with his unique brand of humor and magic. His one-man show, "Making 60 Minutes Seem Like an Hour," is sure to amaze ...More
March 9, 2014
The powerhouse JACK Quartet return to Philadelphia for a concert featuring the hypercomplex string quartets by Iannis Xenakis. A leading figure in twentieth century music, Xenakis ...More
Presented by Swiftlessons
February 16-March 9, 2014
A crash course to basic guitar techniques; Our Level-1 Beginners Guitar Class in Philadelphia promises to remove the mystery behind playing the guitar, as you learn how to play real ...More
March 9, 2014
Celebrate St. Patrick early with an all ages, family friendly party with Celtic Pride! They’ll perform traditional and modern Irish tunes in the flavor of The Clancy Brothers, ...More
|Adrien Reju @ Milkboy|
|Welcome to Springtime|
The Old York Road Symphony is pleased to present Welcome to Springtime, its third concert of the season that will take place on Saturday, March 22, 2014, at 8:00 PM, at Abington Junior High School, 2056 Susquehanna Road in Abington, PA. The concert will feature our Maestro Yoon Jae Lee as piano soloist along with Jaram Kim on violin and Hyunjoo Kim on cello in the Beethoven Triple Concerto. The program will also include Beethoven's Overture to Fidelio and Brahms...
|Old York Road Symphony||03/22/14||Abington|
|Uno, Dos, Tres con Andres!|
Come sing, shake, and sound out rhythms while trying regional Latin dances and practicing Spanish words. We will dance to La Bamba and the Mambo, and fun new tunes while learning mucho Español along the way! Dancers of all ages should, come prepared to jump and wiggle in this fun, high-energy show.
|Uno, Dos, Tres con Andres!||03/22/14||Philadelphia|
|Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers' Be/Longing I: Light/Shadow|
KYL/D stages the world premier of Be/Longing: Light/Shadow, a 65-minute, multi-disciplinary piece that explores humankind's rituals along paths from shadow to light, drawing upon insights from the mandala and the labyrinth as point of departure. With original music by Cory Neale, the piece becomes a meditation on the journey from gravity to grace. Hailed for its superbly trained dancers and inventive choreography, the internationally-active, South-Philadelphia based KYL/D probes at the...
|Kun Yang Lin/Dancers||03/21/14-|
Join the Kennett Symphony with Conductor Candidate, David Alexander Rahbee, as they present music by Beethoven and Copland. Candidate Rahbee is the third of three finalists auditioning to become the Music Director and Conductor of the Kennett Symphony.
|Kennett Symphony of Chester County||03/22/14||West Chester|
|Pat Metheny Unity Group coming to the Keswick Theatre|
Pat Metheny * Chris Potter * Antonio Sanchez * Ben Williams * Giuilio Carmassi “The Unity Band record and tour was such a life changing experience for me that I didn’t want to see it come to an end.” says Pat Metheny. “One night, I woke up with the tantalizing idea of taking the concept of musical ‘Unity’ even further. With this project, I want to form a platform that encompasses the entire range of things that I have done over the years, from Bright Size...
|The Keswick Theatre||03/22/14||Glenside|
|Meet Oscar Hammerstein|
Celebrate Doylestown's history during the month of March! Join us in meeting "Oscar Hammerstein" and enjoy his music as performed by The Bucks County Town & Country Players.
|Brandee Younger Jazz Harpist at Caffeination|
Join the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Harp Society and the Brandee Younger Quartet as we celebrate our annual Harp Day. The quartet will be performing a tribute to Dorothy Ashby, an American jazz harpist and composer who popularized jazz harp past novelty. Tickets also include a light buffet provided by Caffeination, and socializing with local harpists and jazz musicians. Beverages and additional food will be available for purchase. Tickets are available at:...
|Philadelphia Chapter of the American Harp Society||03/22/14||Philadelphia|
|Spring Stomp Dance|
The Kalmia Club of Lambertville NJ is hosting its annual Spring Stomp dance March 22 at Eagle Fire House, 46 N. Sugan Rd., New Hope, PA, 7:30 p.m.-midnight. Price includes live music by the JB Kline band and food catered by Jamie Hollander. Wine and beer bar available.
|Kalmia Club of Lambertville||03/22/14||New Hope|
|Trippy Turtle at Underground Arts [21+]|
Pure Productions Presents.. Trippy Turtle [FoFoFadi / Young Blastoise] "Up and coming producer Trippy Turtle has a knack for making sensual music that falls under the Jersey Club style. Jersey Club originated in Newark, and has been proudly accompanying bedtime fun times ever since. Resilient of 90’s R&B and modern US Club music, it's a futuristic style with a throwback to the past. This style has the full potential to be the next big movement that will soon be...
|XPN Welcomes Diego Garcia|
XPN Welcomes Diego Garcia
2 shows - 7:30pm and 10pm
|XPN Welcomes Sabina Sciubba Solo Tour|
The iconic Sabina is best known as front woman of the New York Cult Band ‘Brazilian Girls’, a quartet celebrated by the press and audiences alike. They released three successful records on Verve Records, the third one nominated for a Grammy, the toured the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America, and appeared on TV (David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel, CSI, Six Feet Under,…) and radio, which given the international sound and eclecticism of their music, is quite an achievement....
|Prince Music Theater||03/22/14||Philadelphia|
Organist Andrew Senn is Director of Music and Organist at The First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.
|Longwood Gardens||03/23/14||Kennett Square|
Guest Conductor: Kynan Johns
|Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra||03/23/14||Drexel Hill|
|XPN Welcomes Boy & Bear @ Milkboy|
|Sierra Hull & Courtney Hartman|
A virtuosic instrumentalist, singer and songwriter with remarkable range, Sierra Hull is one of the most respected artists in the new school of bluegrass whose mandolin playing possesses clarity and fleet-fingered precision. Only 22 years old, Sierra has received five IBMA nominations and has already played the Opry, Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center.
|Sellersville Theater 1894||03/23/14||Sellersville|
|Magician Tevell Rose|
Tevell Rose was born and raised on the side of Chicago where he still lives today. When he was six, like many children, he convinced his parents to get him a Marshall Brodien Magic kit for Christmas. On Christmas morning he opened it up, did one trick and forgot about the kit but not about magic. Nineteen years later on a trip to New Orleans he saw a magic demonstration that fully ignited his love for the art. Upon returning home he met Bob Brown who took him under his wing giving Tevell...
|Grasso's Magic Theatre||03/23/14||Philadelphia|
|Five Minute Follies featuring Combs Family Magic|
The Combs Family Magic Show features father Jim Combs, daughter Cecilia (10) and son Peter (8), performing tricks and illusions that will amaze and delight audiences of all ages. Joining them at the Five Minute Follies will be the usual array of fabulous variety acts, including New Orleans blues harmonica player James Day, pop culture comic Craig Liggeons, singer Sarah Braverman, tap dancer Alexis Musani, and sketch comedian Sara Prendergast.
|Five Minute Follies||03/23/14||Philadelphia|
|"Dido and Aeneas" Presented by the TCNJ Lyric Theatre & Orchestra|
The College of New Jersey Department of Music is pleased to present Henry Purcell's opera Dido and Aeneas in the Don Evans Black Box Theater on March 20-23, 2014. The evening will feature the student soloists of TCNJ’s Lyric Theater and Orchestra, and is directed by Professor Lars Woodul and conducted by Professor Michel Galante. Dido and Aeneas tells the tragic tale of supernatural deception, betrayal, and heartbreak of the famous and strained love relationship in the days of Troy and...
|College of New Jersey - Center for the Arts||03/20/14-|
|The Colourist @ North Star Bar|
The Colourist Night Terrors of 1927, The Wind + The Wave
|North Star Bar||03/22/14-|
|Gary Numan at Trocadero Theatre|
Live in concert at the Trocadero on March 23rd with special guests Big Black Delta and Roman Remains.Lauded for his influence as the pioneer of commercial electronic and industrial music by a diverse array of the world's greatest artists such as Trent Reznor, the Wu-Tang Clan, the Foo Fighters and Lady Gaga, Gary Numan has never stopped innovating. Not resting on his vast back catalogue of worldwide hits, such as 'Are 'Friends' Electric?', 'Cars' and 'Metal', Numan has continued to push new...
|Elysian Camerata concert|
Elysian Camerata will perform chamber music for strings on Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 3:00 PM at the Church of St. Asaph, 27 Conshohocken State Rd. Bala Cynwyd, PA. Included in this program is Stamitz: Duo No. 1 in D major for Two Violas, Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 7 in F-sharp minor and Schubert String Quartet in D minor, D. 810: "Death and the Maiden". Guest violinist Leah Kim will join the ensemble for this program. The concert will be presented ‘in the...
|Elysian Camerata||03/23/14||Bala Cynwyd|
Communion & Bonfire present: Betty Who with Zak Waters and Cardiknox
|The Thrifty Discount DJs present "The Organ"|
Yeah that's right, Blanko Dave and The Altoona Kid spin a whole afternoon of boss organ tunes on vintage vinyl records... jazz, rock, lounge, exotica, '80's, and everything else! Lotsa Hammond B3, Farfisa, Vox, Rhodes, and more! NO SYNTHS, buckaroo, this show is all about organ! FREE! See you there!
|The Thrifty Discount DJs||03/23/14||Phoenixville|
|"Two by Victor Herbert"|
Act One - "Madeleine" (1914). COT presents the 100th Anniversary of this one-act opera written for the Metropolitan Opera, not heard in Philadelphia since 1914! Starring Jessica Lennick as Madeleine, and Paul Corujo as Didier, with Christina Chenes, Brian Ming Chu and Jonas Hacker. Act Two - "Cyrano de Bergerac" (1899). Philadelphia premiere of this operetta in a new pocket edition and libretto by Alyce Mott based loosely on a play by Edmond Rostand. Starring Brian...
|Concert Operetta Theater||03/22/14-|
|Temple University Symphony Orchestra and Choirs|
13th Annual Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts Concert. Temple University Symphony Orchestra and Choirs Luis Biava and Paul Rardin, conductors. HAYDN Mass in D Minor (Lord Nelson)/MAHLER Symphony No. 1 in D Major. Honoring Janet Yamron and Sonya Garfinkle with the Boyer College of Music and Dance Tribute Award for their tireless advocacy in establishing and building the Elaine Brown Chair in Choral Music and their accomplishments in the arts and education.
|Temple University - Boyer College of Music and Dance||03/23/14||Philadelphia|
Celebrating the most influential composer of the Classical Era, guest conductor Matthias Bamert conducts the Chamber Orchestra in three eminent works by Mozart, joined by The Philadelphia Orchestra's Principal Flute Jeffrey Khaner for Flute Concerto No. 2.
|The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia||03/23/14-|
|The United States Air Force Rhythm In Blue Jazz Ensemble|
Enjoy a free concert given by the United States Air Force Heritage of America Rhythm in Blue Jazz Ensemble. Rhythm in Blue features the diverse talents of15professional musicians whose commitment to excellence has earned worldwide acclaim and military distinction.The band incorporates a wide repertoire of jazz and fusion, from big band swing to cutting edge contemporary music. Their fabulous vocalist radiates sounds of the great jazz divas and inspires with patriotic classics.
|Sellersville Theater 1894||03/24/14||Sellersville|
|Live at the Writers House|
LIVE at the Writers House is a long-standing collaboration between the Kelly Writers House and WXPN FM (88.5). Six times annually between September and April, Michaela Majoun hosts a one-hour broadcast of poetry, music, and other spoken-word art, along with one musical guest, all from our Arts Cafe onto the airwaves at WXPN. LIVE is made possible by generous support from BigRoc.
|University of Pennsylvania - Kelly Writers House||03/24/14||Philadelphia|
|Susanna / Charles Cohen / Chris Forsyth |
Oslo-based artist Susanna is best known for her duo Susanna And The Magical Orchestra (with keyboardist Morten Qvenild) as well as her unique and striking interpretations of iconic songs such as ”Jolene”, ”Hallelujah” and ”Love Will Tear Us Apart,” among her covers that re-interpret everyone from AC/DC to ABBA to Lou Reed. Bonnie ”Prince” Billy has performed and recorded her songs and Mojo named her song ”Believer” as ”one of...
|Ars Nova Workshop||03/25/14||Philadelphia|
|XPN Welcomes the Philadelphia Jazz Project|
THE PHILADELPHIA JAZZ PROJECT Join the Philadelphia Jazz Project’s house band monthly for an amazing night of music! Musical Director: Nimrod Speaks-bass Luke Carlos O'Reilly-keys Khary Shaheed-drums
|World Cafe Live||03/25/14||Philadelphia|
|Public Voices of Music presents: Gregory Fulkerson, violin|
New works for solo violin.
|University of Pennsylvania Department of Music||03/26/14||Philadelphia|
|Air Is Human March Residency|
Progressive psychedelic rock out of Philadelphia, PA.
|Hospital Records Tour ft. Danny Byrd, Fred V & Grafix and S.P.Y.|
Bonfire & Steez Promo present: Bass Nation Philly featuring The Hospital Records Tourwith Danny Byrd, Fred V & Grafix and S.P.Y.
|The Piano Guys|
The Piano Guys started making music videos together for fun and their “hobby” turned into a worldwide phenomenon when their self-made YouTube videos amassed millions and millions of views (over 350 million). To date, the Utah-based classical-pop group has released three major label albums on Portrait/Sony Masterworks: The Piano Guys, The Piano Guys 2, and a holiday album called A Family Christmas. The members of the group include Steven Sharp Nelson, Jon Schmidt, Al Van der...
|Moo-sic in the Barn|
Moo-sic in the Barn is an opportunity for children(ages 0-5 years) and their parent/caregiver to enjoy songs, movement, shaking and rattling of instruments, clapping of hands, laughter and toe tapping! A free session will be held January 30 at 10:00 to see what Moo-sic is all about!
|Church of the Loving Shepherd||02/06/14-|
Performed at the Royal Opera House in London (NR) Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
|Bryn Mawr Film Institute||03/27/14||Bryn Mawr|
|XPN Welcomes Nicole Atkins|
XPN Welcomes Nicole Atkins with Arc Iris
|...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead Source Tags & Codes|
Bonfire presents: ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead play Source Tags & Codes with La Femme and Midnight Masses
|Ed Kowalczyk formerly of LIVE|
A VERY unique night as part of Candlelight Concerts for Epilepsy Awareness with Ed Kowalczyk formerly of Live performing acoustic - I Alone Acoustic. Such a fantastic talent who's responsible for selling over 20 million records! Join us for a great night of music for a great cause - spreading facts and raising awareness for epilepsy. Surely not to miss.
|Candlelight Concerts for Epilepsy Awareness||03/27/14|
|FIVE FRIDAYS Concert Series: One Piano, Four Hands|
The Five Fridays concert series is proud to present the Varshavski-Shapiro Piano Duo in the fourth concert of its 2013-2014 season on March 28, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
|St. Paul's Episcopal Church - Chestnut Hill||03/28/14||Philadelphia|
|John Gorka |
World renowned singer songwriter John Gorka got his start near Sellersville while attending Moravian College. His rich baritone voice, trademark energetic acoustic music and unique song craft weave a magical spell. A New Jersey native, some of John's concert favorites include "The Gypsy Life," "Stranger With Your Hair" and "Good Noise." Many well known artists have recorded and/or performed his songs including Mary Chapin Carpenter, Nanci Griffith, Mary Black...
|Sellersville Theater 1894||03/28/14||Sellersville|
|Point Entertainment presents Jake Shimabukuro|
Jake Shimabukuro blew everyone away at this year’s Philadelphia Folk Festival. It’s amazing when a crowd of 10,000 is totally silent, mesmerized by just a guy with a 4 string ukulele. His performances defy label or category, his adeptness at playing all genre’s of music, jazz, blues, classical, bluegrass, folk, flamenco, rock and even funk, takes the ukulele well beyond the traditional Hawaiian music it’s associated...
|The Colonial Theatre||03/28/14||Phoenixville|
Berks Jazz Fest Opening Night Celebration with Boney James
|Berks Jazz Fest||03/28/14||Reading|
KU Presents! Kevin Eubanks
|Berks Jazz Fest||03/28/14|
|Chieli Minucci & Special EFX|
30th Anniversary Concert, Chieli Minucci & Special EFX featuring special guests Steve Oliver, Vincent Ingala
|Berks Jazz Fest||03/28/14|
|Gerald Veasley's Midnight Jam|
Gerald Veasley's Midnight Jam
|Berks Jazz Fest||03/28/14||Wyomissing|
|XPN Welcomes the Robert Cray Band and Mavis Staples|
XPN Welcomes the Robert Cray Band and Mavis Staples
|Sands Bethlehem Event Center||03/28/14||Bethlehem|
|Enter the Haggis|
Toronto roots rock band, Enter The Haggis, has proven itself to be a true grassroots success story, and never has this been more evident than with the group’s latest release, The Modest Revolution. Inspired entirely by the content of one Canadian newspaper, and funded entirely through the generous contributions of loyal fans, The Modest Revolution represents the latest step in the group’s exciting musical journey.
|Mauch Chunk Opera House||03/28/14||Jim Thorpe|
|Tumbling Bones @ Tin Angel|
Tumbling Bones is an ensemble of young men inspired by old music. Drawing on bluegrass and pre-war folk, these songsters play a mix of original compositions and traditional material infused with the infectious energy of the rock’n’roll they were reared on. Banjo, guitar, upright bass, and foot percussion lay the acoustic framework on which their gripping vocals jump from spirited shouts to delicate croons. They’ve sung on street corners and stages across Europe and the...
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