The Philadelphia Orchestra Tickets
|Latest The Philadelphia Orchestra Tickets|
Verizon Hall at The Kimmel Center
Feb 23 2019
Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium
Mar 8 2019
New Jersey Performing Arts Center - Prudential Hall
Mar 15 2019
Mar 21 2019
Details of The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Ticket Luck value
Well renowned for its unique and distinctive sound, Philadelphia Orchestra is regarded as one of the preeminent orchestras in the world. Philadelphia Orchestra ticket is your chance to enjoy a spectacular and breathtaking performance of this well-known orchestra that will capture your heart and imagination. With a mission of enriching audience experiences by giving excellence in music, the orchestra has enjoyed appreciation for keeping this legacy alive.
Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Orchestra was founded in 1900 by Fritz Scheel followed by Leandro Campanari who took over in 1907 and served as interim conductor. It was Leopold Stokowski who became music director in 1912 and brought the orchestra to national prominence. Following his footsteps, Eugene Ormandy in 1936 conducted orchestra's best known recordings and took it to several successful worldwide tours including performance at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing that made diplomatic history. Ricardo Muti's recordings include symphonies of Johannes Brahms, Ludwig van Beethoven and Alexander Scriabin. In 2006, Carol Jantsch was appointed as principal tuba, first female principal tuba in American orchestra.
In 2010, Yannick Nézet-Séguin became eighth music director of the orchestra. With his broad vision and appreciable talent, he is determined to solidify orchestra's reputation further. He has extended the orchestra's performances beyond symphonic music and has included operatic and choral music too. With a distinctive gift of reaching out to audiences, he shares his versatility with Philadelphia and the whole world and is appreciated everywhere.
Philadelphia Orchestra is one of the "Big Five" American orchestras and its home is the Kimmel Center of the Performing Arts. Located in the heart of Philadelphia, this state of the art building includes performance spaces, backstage facilities, up-to-date lighting and acoustic arrangements and audience amenities under a glass-arched roof. Designed by Rafael Viñoly, the architect and Russell Johnson, the center accommodates 2,500 audiences in a Verizon Hall and 650 in Perelman Theater for chamber music performances.
The Kimmel Center provides the orchestra with best facility to record their performances, organize concert, shows and other educational and community activities. Besides Kimmel Center, the orchestra holds its performances at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts and other venues including Longwood Gardens, Penn's Landing and Philadelphia Navy Yard.
It was the first orchestra to make electrical recordings in 1925 and then first to appear on a National Television Broadcast, CBS in 1948. The orchestra also made digital recordings of Complete Beethoven Symphonies and became the first one to do so. The most notable recording of the orchestra is Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances, last work of Sergei Rachmaninoff. Other recordings include two of Brahms's Hungarian Dances, soundtrack for Walt Disney's Fantasia and some of the dances from Borodin's Prince Igor.
Maintaining an unparallel standard in the world of classical music, the orchestra also organizes educational and community programs to reach out to greater audiences. These programs which are specially organized for families, students, teachers and children help to bring forward young music talent of classical music.
Sticking to its commendable commitment to promoting music excellence, the Philadelphia Orchestra has maintained its stature as an outstanding orchestra throughout its 112 seasons. Through its recordings and educational programs, the orchestra has been touching thousands of lives and entertaining countless classical music lovers all around the globe. Having a power of innovation in art and pushing the boundaries of conventional classical music, the orchestra continues to enthrall the audiences with each performance. Buy Philadelphia Orchestra tickets and enjoy the innovative, mind blowing performance of the world-renowned orchestra. Get the tickets fast as many are waiting to grab them and enjoy the experience of attending the orchestra performance live.
The Philadelphia Orchestra Tickets Prices
The average The Philadelphia Orchestra tickets price will cost you between $173 and $1236, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Verizon Hall at The Kimmel Center, Philadelphia on 23/02/2019. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 08/03/2019 at the Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium, New York.
Minimum get in price is for The Philadelphia Orchestra tickets is $42 for the event being held at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center - Prudential Hall, Newark on 15/03/2019 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Keswick Theatre, Glenside on 21/03/2019 will set you back $157.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|Philadelphia Orchestra: Andres Orozco-Estrada - Brahms and Central Europe||Philadelphia||23-Feb-19||$173||$53|
|The Philadelphia Orchestra: Yannick Nezet-Seguin - Muhly, Mendelssohn & Schubert||New York||8-Mar-19||$1236||$63|
|The Philadelphia Orchestra: Yannick Nezet-Seguin - Schubert's Ninth Symphony||Newark||15-Mar-19||$180||$42|
|The Philadelphia Orchestra||Glenside||21-Mar-19||$268||$157|
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