FREUDE: Davóne Tines

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Dear Friends, I met Davóne Tines in 2017 when Philharmonia co-produced a reimagined staging of Handel's Aci, Galatea e Polifemo in New York. What struck me then were the more obvious characteristics — the sound...

Performers, Patronage, and Prejudice

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EVENT DESCRIPTION As part of our Jews & Music (JAMOnline) series, this riveting program includes music by composers Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn, Joseph Joachim, Offenbach, and Meyerbeer, featuring members of the Orchestra and Chorale, as well as special guests....

Virtual Masterclass with Richard Egarr

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EVENT DESCRIPTION In furtherance of its mission to provide opportunities of educational growth to aspiring musicians everywhere, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra & Chorale is excited to offer a Virtual Harpsichord Masterclass with Music...

Discover Bach’s Musical Universe with Christoph Wolff

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EVENT DESCRIPTION Are you awestruck by J.S. Bach's timeless music and left wondering how a mere mortal could have composed such imaginative, powerful, complex, and stylistically diverse creations? Bach scholar...

Episode 4: Tarik on Tarik

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EVENT DESCRIPTION What’s New and H.I.P. with Tarik and Rick is BACK! And this time, Music Director Richard Egarr will chat with recently announced Composer in Residence and fabulous co-host Tarik O’Regan about his life, work, and...

J.C. Bach — Mozart’s Real Musical Father

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EVENT DESCRIPTION Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's relationship with his dad Leopold was complicated. While Leopold certainly 'schooled' the young Wolfy, Mozart considered Johann Christian Bach (son of J.S.) to be his 'true musical father' — their...

Handel’s Heroes & Villains — Episode 1: Joseph

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EVENT DESCRIPTION PBO's Jews & Music/JAMOnline announces a new series within a series: Handel’s Heroes & Villains, exploring the rich personalities of the Old Testament who bring to life the stories, fury, and passions that...

HANDEL: Private Passions

EVENT DESCRIPTION My late and great harpsichord teacher Gustav Leonhardt hated Handel, and has stated so many times in print.  He claimed Handel was incapable of writing a fugue —...

A Wolf in Bear’s Clothing

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EVENT DESCRIPTION Philharmonia returns with electrifying performances of Mozart and Tchaikovsky. Sensational piano duo Alexandra Nepomnyashchaya and Richard Egarr will perform an Andante from Mozart's Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in F Major followed by Tchaikovsky's powerful Symphony No. 4, "Fate Symphony" — brilliantly arranged by...

Episode 5: Aaron Jay Kernis

EVENT DESCRIPTION Join us for the next installment of What's New & H.I.P. with Tarik & Rick with GRAMMY- and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Aaron Jay Kernis! Music Director Richard Egarr and Composer in Residence Tarik O'Regan chat with...

Music is Essential – A Virtual Gala Event

EVENT DESCRIPTION Join Music Director Richard Egarr and Host Bass-Baritone Davóne Tines for a celebration of music to support Philharmonia’s artistic and education programs. This one-hour event will feature spectacular performances by members of Philharmonia Baroque...

GIBBONS/BLOW: What? No Purcell?!

EVENT DESCRIPTION English 17th century music is naturally dominated by the genius of the short-lived Henry Purcell. But there is wonderful, quirky and great stuff from his colleagues, teachers and...

Handel’s Heroes & Villains — Episode 2: Deborah

EVENT DESCRIPTION PBO’s Jews & Music/JAMOnline presents Handel’s Deborah in the next installment of Handel's Heroes & Villains, exploring the "complicated" personalities of the Hebrew Bible that figure so prominently in Handel’s epic operas and oratorios. We...

PBO/VIRTUAL Grand Finale

Cue the fireworks, and pop those champagne corks — there's lots to celebrate as we come to the FINAL virtual concert of 2020/2021! It is our pleasure to present our Grand...

PBO is Bringing Back Baroque!

Live music is all about our shared experience. Join us LIVE for the first time since February 2020when violin virtuoso Augusta McKay Lodge makes her Philharmonia debut as leader! Augusta will lead the Philharmonia Baroque Chamber Players at our...

The No One’s Rose

Music, poetry, dance and theatre combine in The No One’s Rose—a new, multifaceted, genre-defying piece. PBO, in partnership with the American Modern Opera Company and Stanford Live, is heartened to bring...

The No One’s Rose

Music, poetry, dance and theatre combine in The No One’s Rose—a new, multifaceted, genre-defying piece. PBO, in partnership with the American Modern Opera Company and Stanford Live, is heartened to bring...

The No One’s Rose

Music, poetry, dance and theatre combine in The No One’s Rose—a new, multifaceted, genre-defying piece. PBO, in partnership with the American Modern Opera Company and Stanford Live, is heartened to bring...

Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces

We return to live performance in grand style, with music from one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era, and finally welcome Music Director Richard Egarr for his first...

Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces

We return to live performance in grand style, with music from one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era, and finally welcome Music Director Richard Egarr for his first...

Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces

We return to live performance in grand style, with music from one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era, and finally welcome Music Director Richard Egarr for his first...

Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces

We return to live performance in grand style, with music from one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era, and finally welcome Music Director Richard Egarr for his first...

Something Old, Something New, Something Mad

A thrilling potpourri of baroque, classical and modern sounds make up this program, featuring conductor Jonathan Cohen, cellist Keiran Campbell, and a world premiere by Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

Handel’s Biblical Heroes & Villains

Drawing from Handel’s popular renditions of biblical narratives in the historically ubiquitous format of the oratorio—somewhere between off-stage opera and a secular meditation on the role of the Bible in...

Something Old, Something New, Something Mad

A thrilling potpourri of baroque, classical and modern sounds make up this program, featuring conductor Jonathan Cohen, cellist Keiran Campbell, and a world premiere by Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

Something Old, Something New, Something Mad

A thrilling potpourri of baroque, classical and modern sounds make up this program, featuring conductor Jonathan Cohen, cellist Keiran Campbell, and a world premiere by Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

Something Old, Something New, Something Mad

A thrilling potpourri of baroque, classical and modern sounds make up this program, featuring conductor Jonathan Cohen, cellist Keiran Campbell, and a world premiere by Australian composer Paul Stanhope.

Up on the Downbeat: Send in the Clowns!

EVENT DESCRIPTION Join Artistic Director of Dance Through Time Jen Meller along with PBO violinist Carla Moore in our latest Up on the Downbeat event—a series dedicated to exploring the synthesis of music and dance throughout...