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Japan’s legendary Kodō drummers present a 1-hour performance film, combining some of their best-loved pieces with new works displaying the infinite possibilities of the taiko traditional Japanese drum.Tickets & details »
Bridget Kibbey, a harpist of “blazing power and finesse”, joins leading guitarist João Luiz for a journey down the pathways of Latin American, Afro-Cuban, & Afro-Brazilian music.Tickets & details »
Ethiopian-American vocalist-songwriter Meklit Hadero performs an intimate, multi-cultural virtual concert. Featuring a solo performance of songs & stories, told via voice, guitar, & the Ethiopian krar.Tickets & details »
Sisters Corina (flutes), Lia (7-string guitar), & Elisa (mandolin & more), along with father Eduardo (percussion), comprise this award-winning choro ensemble. Hear them perform live from Brazil in this upbeat virtual concert.Tickets & details »
Philadelphia Chamber Music Society: Michelle Bradley, soprano & Brian Zeger, piano [LIVE] (on-demand until 2/3/2021)
Claude Debussy – Proses lyriques
Ernest Chausson – Chanson perpétuelle, Op. 37
Richard Strauss – Morgen, Op. 27, No. 4
Richard Strauss – Befreit, Op. 39, No. 4
Gustav Mahler – Rückert-Lieder
Selection of Spirituals arranged by Grant Still, Miller, Johnson
Philadelphia Chamber Music Society: Fleur Barron, mezzo & Julius Drake, piano w/ Thapelo Masita, cello [LIVE] (on-demand until 2/15/2021)
Alban Berg & Johannes Brahms – Selected songs
Modest Mussorgsky – The Nursery
Chen Yi – Bright Moonlight
Charles Ives – My Native Land
Charles Ives – Like a Sick Eagle
Traditional Chinese – Northeast Lullaby
Fang Man – Lullaby for mezzo, cello, & piano
Alexander Borodin – “II. The Beautiful Fisher Maiden”, “III. The Pretty Girl No Longer Loves Me”, & “IV. Listen to My Song, Little Friend” from Romances and Songs
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