Equality in the music scene has been a recent issue.
The day David Bowie invited Patt Brett and her friends into Sigma Sound Studios for an early listen of the artist’s ninth studio album, “Young Americans” was the best day of Brett’s life.
A local company is hosting a $750,000 Austrian piano.
The American Repertoire Program aims to produce 10 American operas in 10 years.
Jim Hamilton’s new Germantown studio is at the forefront of a movement in jazz.
PhilaMOCA hosts events like concerts and screenings in its multi-use space.
The Plough & the Stars, a restaurant and pub in Old City, hosts public Irish music performances to celebrate the heritage of Philadelphia’s musicians and music-lovers.
Jazz Lives Philadelphia aims to promote jazz.
Matt Kerr discovered a lack of music in prisons—and launched a new nonprofit.
The Impermanent Society of Philadelphia hosted its inaugural NowHere festival to promote improv music and dance.