The pianist, who appears in Philadelphia only every couple of years, performed three Schubert sonatas.
Authorities said they were not acting on a tip when they found the artwork on a bus outside Paris.
Marc D. Donovan and Keith J. Conallen play two unsteady men - flawed and floundering - with an intensity that demands to be seen.
The new work brings forth a section of the orchestra not usually in the spotlight.
"Why can't South Philly do theater?"
"Something Rotten!" at the Kimmel Center, "Pride and Prejudice" in ballet form, Kelela, and more.
On their fourth visit to Philadelphia, the London-based Elias played Mozart, Kurtág and, with Biss, Brahms.
A new generation is appearing on the scene, but JoAnn Falletta has been making her mark on a male-dominated field for decades.
The studio is breaking ground on a 30,000-square-foot facility this fall.
New Middle East galleries are opening in April at the Penn Museum. Conservators are using the tools of science, including lasers and chemical gels, to prepare nearly 1,200 ancient artifacts for display.
In "Cycles of My Being," the tenor tells us what he sees, and what America sees.
The Philadelphia Theatre Company is planning to produce three plays next season.
Cary Liebowitz creates an immersive environment about being gay, Jewish, and art-obsessed in post-disco America. Downstairs, the group show "Tag" considers the problem of finding queer identity in the age of Instagram.