Founded in 1971, the Annenberg Center is one of the nation’s foremost urban performing arts centers on the University of Pennsylvania campus and serves as a cultural destination in Philadelphia, offering a broad range of programs in theatre, music and dance.
A full-service professional regional theater in Old City, offering the highest quality theatrical and educational productions and programs to the artists, audiences and students of the greater Philadelphia region.
The renowned, exclusive conservatory trained the likes of Leonard Bernstein and Samuel Barber and offers student recital series, Curtis Symphony Orchestra, Curtis Opera Theatre, Family Concerts, and more
State-of-the-art performance venue that is home to the Philadelphia Orchestra, hosts touring Broadway productions and world-renowned artists.
The beautiful open-air music center in historic Fairmount Park is the Philadelphia summer home of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Pack a picnic on “Picnic Nights” and enjoy a concert under the stars!
The Pennsylvania Ballet was started in 1963 by George Balanchine protégée, Barbara Weisberger and is considered one of America’s leading ballet companies, performing at the Academy of Music, the oldest opera house in the United States.
The legendary Philadelphia orchestra is one of the finest music ensembles in the world with leaders such as Leopold Stokowski, who developed the “Philadelphia Sound,” and Eugene Ormandy, who toured the orchestra in China as global ambassadors. The “Fabulous Philadelphians” perform at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
The largest standalone pops orchestra in the United States, the Philly POPS is a 65-piece orchestra, under the direction of Michael Krajewski. With a repertoire of songs from the 1920s through today, the POPS is a founding resident company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
Founded in 1974, PTC has presented 140 world and Philadelphia premieres, many of which have moved on to New York and other major cities, helping to earn Philadelphia a national reputation as a hub for new play development. The theater is housed in the Suzanne Roberts Theatre on the Avenue of the Arts.
Founded in 1809, the Walnut Street Theatre is America’s oldest theater and is also the official State Theatre of Pennsylvania and a National Historic Landmark.
The Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB) is the official tourism promotion agency for the City of Philadelphia globally and the primary sales and marketing agency for the Pennsylvania Convention Center.