Evening of Harmony 2019

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Tuesday, April 30, 2018
Reception begins at 6:00pm
Concert begins at 7:30pm

College of Physicians of Philadelphia
19 South 22nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Thank You To Our Past Sponsors
  • Evening of Harmony Co-Sponsors
  • Carole Haas Gravagno
    The Leslie Miller and Richard Worley Foundation
  • Premier Sponsor
  • Tom and Pat Vernon
  • Guest Artist Sponsor
  • Drs. Dennie Palmer Wolf and Thomas Wolf 
  • Director's Circle
  • The Thompson Family
    The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
  • Composer's Circle
  • Allan Goldberg
  • Printing Sponsor
  • SEI
  • Beverage Sponsor
  • Sharp Financial Group, LLC
  • Media Sponsor
  • WHYY
    WRTI
  • Encore Circle
  • Mitchell Bach and Elayne Bloom
    Build the Future Education Collaborative
    Douglas Eicher and Bonnie Mills
    Chuck Gupta and Margot Rowley
    Independence Foundation
    Joseph Kluger and Susan Lewis
    Robin and Mark Rubenstein
    Gianna Tripodi-Bhise and Himesh Bhise
  • Member's Circle
  • Daniel Berger
    Tony and DeDe Brown
    Anthony Creamer III
    Mike and Cynthia Dahl
    Patricia and Robert Delany
    Dillon Music
    Kate Hall
    Joan and Branch Heller
    Sara Hertz and Lee Meinicke
    David and Molly Lenowitz
    Wally Loeb
    Frank Mechura
    David Rasner and Caroline Wischmann

Join Play On, Philly! for our most anticipated concert of the year: Evening of Harmony. This year’s theme is Music of the Americas with special guest artists, Cuatrombon, and our advanced POP Symphony Orchestra. They will perform in the beautiful College of Physicians, home of the Mutter Museum.

Evening’s events:

  • 6:00 pm Cocktail reception with hors d’oeuvres and live music
  • 7:30 pm Cuatrombon performs
  • 8:00 pm POP Symphony Orchestra performs

If you can’t join us but would like to contribute to high-quality music education click here.

Thank you for helping this year to be a success!

 


Photos from Evening of Harmony 2018

About

Play On, Philly! (POP) provides intensive music education to K-12 students, who would typically lack access, as a vehicle for life skills and academic achievement

For 2½ hours every day, students enjoy instrument instruction and ensemble practice completely tuition-free