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Theater stagehands and other workers at three Philadelphia venues ended a daylong strike Saturday, announcing a one-week cooling-off period to allow for more talks and for Sunday events _ including a production of the opera "Carmen" _ to go on as planned.
Theater stagehands and other workers at three Philadelphia venues have gone on strike, prompting three theaters to cancel all Saturday shows.
Nearly four decades after becoming the first American symphony to tour Communist China, the Philadelphia Orchestra announced it will embark on a cultural exchange to find and nurture young Chinese musicians and composers and bring orchestral music to audiences beyond the biggest cities.
The Philadelphia Orchestra and Peter Nero and the Philly Pops have agreed to end their six-year business partnership, according to documents filed Monday in federal bankruptcy court.
Philadelphia Orchestra chief conductor Charles Dutoit was a longtime friend of Isang Yun, a composer jailed and then exiled by his native South Korea for visiting the North.
The Philadelphia Orchestra has received several major gifts and pledges toward its effort to emerge from bankruptcy and establish solid financial footing, leaders said Wednesday.
The Philadelphia Orchestra is announcing some major gifts and pledges toward its effort to emerge from bankruptcy and get on solid financial footing.
The financially troubled Philadelphia Orchestra is kicking off a new campaign to raise awareness and money.
The financially troubled Philadelphia Orchestra is kicking off a new campaign aimed at rallying both classical music devotees and novices to support the ensemble by attending concerts and making donations.