The Arts Archive: May, 2010

A Dozen Red Roses - And A Remembrance - For Eugene Ormandy

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Once a year, on May 15, a dozen red roses appear on the grave of Eugene Ormandy in the churchyard of Old Pine Street Presbyterian. The roses... Read more

Philadelphia Orchestra in Shanghai: Last Concert 'Wails'

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SHANGHAI – How does an orchestra play on the last night of a tour? Anything from fatigue to inspiration may be the order of the day.... Read more

Philadelphia Orchestra in Shanghai

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The Philadelphia Orchestra is headed home, with the first group returning to Philadelphia Sunday night. Here's coverage of the last leg of... Read more

Gustavo Dudamel Hurt During Concert

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Very physical sport, this conducting - at least for some. Los Angeles Philharmonic music director Gustavo Dudamel pulled a muscle in his neck... Read more

Philadelphia Orchestra in Asia: Cracking the Egg

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BEIJING – The Charles Dutoit Walk of Fame – as it has been informally dubbed by Philadelphia Orchestra members – engulfs... Read more

Under I-95, Art For All One Last Time

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It's the end for the House of Strauss. Sunday afternoon under I-95, across the street from the South Philadelphia Target, photographer Zoe... Read more

Philadelphia Orchestra in Asia, China Next

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As the Philadelphia Orchestra moves on to China, David Patrick Stearns ties up a couple of loose ends from the orchestra's recent concerts... Read more

Philadelphia Orchestra in Asia: Burning Violins

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Audiences at the Philadelphia Orchestra concerts in Seoul were ambushed at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts by a pair of peculiar... Read more