Posts Tagged ‘Academy of Music’

Avenue Of The Arts Turns 20

Avenue Of The Arts Turns 20

October 28, 2013  |  Morning Blend

A look at South Broad since its rebranding, what Wynn promises for Fishtown, non-profit philanthropy blues, doubting Penn’s Landing proposal, and a design charette for 8th & Berks > more

Historic Preservationist Offers New Views Along North Philly Tracks

Historic Preservationist Offers New Views Along North Philly Tracks

May 28, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Seeing past the scars along the Northeast Corridor, Academy of Music to get new stairs and interior improvements, ideas wanted for energizing vacant lots, and Spring Garden Connector Project meeting tomorrow night. > more

At The Academy, The Birth Of Wire Transmission Of Music

At The Academy, The Birth Of Wire Transmission Of Music

April 30, 2013  |  Vantage

Eighty years ago, Leopold Stokowski and pioneering sound engineers turned the Academy of Music into a multi-media hub for broadcast music. Jack McCarthy has the story of Bell Labs, Disney, and the first stereo broadcast performances > more

South Broad, North Broad, And The Rite Of Spring

South Broad, North Broad, And The Rite Of Spring

February 20, 2013  |  Vantage

It had its US orchestral premier at the Academy of Music, its US ballet premier at the Metropolitan Opera, and now it returns tomorrow night for a multi-media, dance, and orchestral spectacle at the Academy. Jack McCarthy has the story > more