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NMAJH Members’ Trip to Lenny’s Revolution, a performance of the Philly Pops

  • Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts 300 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA, 19107 United States (map)

The National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH) in Philadelphia invites its members for an afternoon of music by Leonard Bernstein presented as part of Bernstein at 100, a tribute to the maestro. Leonard Bernstein revolutionized music and is renowned for his iconic hits West Side Story, Candide, and On the Town. David Charles Abell, Bernstein’s protégé and Philly native son will conduct this concert featuring Broadway vocalists Lisa Vroman, Alli Mauzey, and Ryan Silverman – plus the 180-voice Philly POPS Festival Chorus!

In addition to the concert, NMAJH’s very own Ivy Weingram take the stage for a conversation about the Museum’s forthcoming special exhibition which she is curating, Leonard Bernstein: The Power of Music.

3 pm (doors open 2:30 pm) at Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center for Performing Arts

Tickets are $118 and are for seats in the desirable  Orchestra Tiers E & F. Tickets include a complimentary soft-bound copy of Leonard Bernstein: An American Musician by Allen Shaw. All proceeds benefit the Museum and the development of this exhibition. 

For more information, visit https://www.nmajh.org/CalendarEvent.aspx?eventid=563.

To become a NMAJH Member, visit https://www.nmajh.org/Membership/.