Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Orchestra’

On Spruce Street, A Symphony Of Fading History

On Spruce Street, A Symphony Of Fading History

January 31, 2017  |  Vantage

Contributor Rob McClung opens the door of 1617 Spruce, where the Philadelphia Musical Academy once filled the street with the sounds of classical music > more

Apartment Towers And Grocer Planned For 13th & Fairmount

Apartment Towers And Grocer Planned For 13th & Fairmount

June 9, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Development planned for site adjacent to the Divine Lorraine, a retrospective of the Philly Orchestra’s European tour, Temple wants Council to regulate campus food trucks, and some adaptive reuse in Queen Village > more

Philly Tech Week Lands Comcast As Title Sponsor

Philly Tech Week Lands Comcast As Title Sponsor

January 15, 2015  |  Morning Blend

5th annual conference to be sponsored by largest tech company, proposed Germantown charter to focus on STEM vocational training, Orchestra invites concertgoers towards smartphone app, and travel blog names Philly second best shopping city > 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

With New Dorms, Temple & Drexel Dress To Impress Students

With New Dorms, Temple & Drexel Dress To Impress Students

February 21, 2013  |  Morning Blend

City’s Universities’ Dorms Shifting Inwards & Upwards, Colorado Governor to get the 2013 Ed Bacon Prize tonight, leaks and crowded passages at 15th Street Station, and a look at what’s in store for the Orchestra’s next season > more