Thursday, February 24, 2022


Sinfonia Concerts Are Back

What a Comeback!

Two years after the pandemic shuttered concert halls and we moved orchestra rehearsals online, Philadelphia Sinfonia hit the stage at the Temple Performing Arts Center on January 23rd with a multimedia area premiere: composer Kile Smith’s The Bremen Town Musicians. PSP followed soon thereafter at St. Stephen’s Church featuring Mozart, Haydn, and an incredible percussion quartet, and PS and PSCO just performed their second concert at Trinity Center for Urban Life, where four musicians spoke eloquently to their symphonic repertoire.

With audiences limited this winter to manage safe social distancing, each concert was livestreamed to huge audiences, and the resulting videos are all available here for your viewing pleasure. Please enjoy one, two or all three of them, and if you can, please also support our musicians and program with your tax-deductible donation. Ticket income is very limited this year, and your gift will go a long way toward helping us come back financially as we come back to live performances.



Philadelphia Sinfonia • January 23 at Temple Performing Arts Center


Philadelphia Sinfonia Players • February 13 at St. Stephen's Church


Philadelphia Sinfonia • February 20 at Trinity Center for Urban LIfe



In lieu of concert tickets, we invite you to make a gift to Sinfonia to support this video production. We are committed to keeping our tuition costs low for families during this tough time, which means we rely on the generosity of our donors more than ever! If you enjoy the performance and can make a gift to cover our normal ticket price of $10-$25, we would be very grateful. Every donation large or small goes a long way to keep our program vibrant, so thank you!