Why See The Philadelphia Orchestra - A Space Odyssey?
Join The Philadelphia Orchestra for this cosmic program that'll lift you off into the heavens. From the rich fanfare of Richard Strauss's Also sprach Zarathustra to the merriment of Gustav's Holst's Jupiter from his iconic Planet Suite and much more between, the whole family will enjoy this stratospheric space-themed spectacular.
With guest vocalists, the Mann Festival Choir and narration from the Franklin Institute's Chief Astronomer and Planetarium Director Derrick Pitts, the evening will also journey through works from Puccini, John Williams and Leonard Bernstein, alongside a 'Hold Fast to Dreams' a World Premiere commission from Nolan Williams, Jr.
Opening night: 14 February 2019
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