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The Philadelphia Museum of Art is your Museum. We welcome you to experience this season’s exciting exhibitions, events, and activities. Connect with art in surprising, lively, new, and memorable ways.


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Please Note: If online ticketing is unavailable, call 215-235-7469 to reserve tickets. Programs are subject to change. Please arrive early as we reserve the right to release seats at the start of the program.

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February 28, 2014

Sunday, January 14Grid ViewRows View

 
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Great Stair Hall

​Inspired by the illustrations of Jerry Pinkney, this performance celebrates the heroic figures of John Henry and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through blues, hymns, work songs, and ragtime.

​Presented in collaboration with Philadelphia Jazz Project
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Saturday, March 10Grid ViewRows View

 
Starts at 1:30 p.m.
d’Harnoncourt Gallery 182, 1st floor

Musicians fill the galleries with sound.

The revolutionary art world of Marcel Duchamp fuses with a magnetic program of contemporary flute music performed by Emma Resmini.

​Curtis Institute of Music performances are generously supported by Cooke & Beiler, LP.
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Starts at 2:15 p.m.
d’Harnoncourt Gallery 182, 1st floor

Musicians fill the galleries with sound.

The revolutionary art world of Marcel Duchamp fuses with a magnetic program of contemporary flute music performed by Emma Resmini.

​Curtis Institute of Music performances are generously supported by Cooke & Beiler, LP.
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Starts at 3:00 p.m.
d’Harnoncourt Gallery 182, 1st floor

Musicians fill the galleries with sound.

The revolutionary art world of Marcel Duchamp fuses with a magnetic program of contemporary flute music performed by Emma Resmini.

​Curtis Institute of Music performances are generously supported by Cooke & Beiler, LP.
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Saturday, April 7Grid ViewRows View

 
Starts at 1:30 p.m.
Gallery 226, 2nd floor

Musicians fill the galleries with sound.

Enjoy works by composers influenced by Chinese traditional music and Western classical music, including Chen Yi, composer-in-residence at the Curtis Institute of Music.

​Curtis Institute of Music performances are generously supported by Cooke & Beiler, LP.
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Starts at 2:15 p.m.
Gallery 226, 2nd floor

Musicians fill the galleries with sound.

Enjoy works by composers influenced by Chinese traditional music and Western classical music, including Chen Yi, composer-in-residence at the Curtis Institute of Music.

​Curtis Institute of Music performances are generously supported by Cooke & Beiler, LP.
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Starts at 3:00 p.m.
Gallery 226, 2nd floor

Musicians fill the galleries with sound.

Enjoy works by composers influenced by Chinese traditional music and Western classical music, including Chen Yi, composer-in-residence at the Curtis Institute of Music.

​Curtis Institute of Music performances are generously supported by Cooke & Beiler, LP.
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Saturday, April 21Grid ViewRows View

 
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
SOLD OUT
Perelman Auditorium, Perelman Building
$25 ($20 members, $15 students); includes Museum admission

Local artist Madhusmita Bora practices Sattriya, a major Indian classical dance. She’s joined by the Dancing Monks of Assam on their first US tour. This performance ties ancient history, art, and spirituality to our collection’s Cloth of Vrindavan.

​Supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage
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Sunday, July 22Grid ViewRows View

 
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Dorrance Galleries, 1st floor
Seating is limited.

Don’t miss the world premiere of Pierre Jalbert’s composition inspired by Edward Hopper’s painting Road and Trees. Performed by Network for New Music.

​Offered in conjunction with Modern Times: American Art 1910–1950
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