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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

THE MANN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS LAUNCHES NEW FRONTIERS FESTIVAL INSPIRED BY NASA ASTRONAUT AND PHILADELPHIA NATIVE COL. GUION BLUFORD, JR.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MANN’S YOUNG PEOPLE’S CONCERT SERIES CELEBRATES DIVERSE CULTURES WITH DANCE VOYAGE – AUGUST 3

Firebird press release NEW_FINAL FOR WEBSITE

FREE XFINITY WIFI BRINGS NEW ACCESS

TO CONCERT-GOERS AT THE MANN

Comcast to Donate $1 to the Travis Manion Foundationfor Every Social “Share”

During Memorial Salute Concert

PHILLY’S FIRST EVER MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT SET FOR MAY 28

FREE TICKETS FOR 2,000 MILITARY, VETS, POLICE OFFICERS, FIREFIGHTERS, AND OTHER FIRST RESPONDERS 

PHILLY POPS AND THE MANN PRESENT MEMORIAL SALUTEFEATURING 65-PIECE POPS ORCHESTRA, NATIVE PHILADELPHIANS AND BROADWAY STARS ALLISON BLACKWELL AND HUGH PANARO AS VOCALISTS, AND VOICES OF THE POPS ENSEMBLE

Press Coverage

Slaying a 60-foot serpent so you can plunge one of its fangs into a book that keeps the soul of your nemesis is something you can expect with a fair amount of certainty in a Harry Potter film.

From Richard Strauss to Haydn, John Williams to Puccini, and with a stop at a lovely new commission, Tuesday night’s Philadelphia Orchestra concert moved fast. But then again, space travel is like that.

JULY 20, 2017

For most of its early years, the Mann Center used its concert shed and ample lawn primarily for an equally ample helping of Philadelphia Orchestra concerts – 18 evenings of Berlioz, Dvorak, Mahler, and Shostakovich with big-name classical soloists and conductors.

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