Thank You for Joining Us for An Evening of Harmony!

Thank You To All Our Sponsors
  • Harmony Sponsor
  • Carole Haas Gravagno
  • Producer's Circle
  • John and Lisa McFadden
  • Harlem Quartet Sponsor
  • Priscilla McDougal
  • Director's Circle
  • Bezella and Thompson Families
    Pat and Tom Vernon
  • Composer's Circle
  • The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
    Michael Plummer
    William A. "Wally" Loeb
  • Beverage Sponsor
  • SEI
  • Media Sponsor
  • WHYY
  • Encore Circle
  • Himesh and Gianna Bhise
    DoubleStar, Inc.
    Doug Eicher and Bonnie Mills
    Independence Foundation
    Robert Johnson
    Joseph Kluger and Susan Lewis
    Robin and Mark Rubenstein
    WolfBrown
  • Member's Circle
  • Anonymous
    Daniel Berger
    Tony and DeDe Brown
    The Chase Ryan Olsen Foundation
    Richard and Susan DeWyngaert
    Tobey and Mark Dichter
    JoAnne and Albert DiSanto
    Juliet Goodfriend
    Kate Hall
    Joan and Branch Heller
    Beverly Lomax
    Larry Fridkis and Karen Mende-Fridkis
    MontCo Music
    Philadelphia Zoo
    David Rasner and Caroline Wischmann
    Ramona and Jack Vosbikian
    Elizabeth Warshawer
    George and Judy Wohlreich
    Nina Zhu

POP students shone alongside the Harlem Quartet at the Evening of Harmony last week! So many of our supporters joined us in celebrating the year and rededicating ourselves to bringing intensive music education to Philadelphia’s youth. Thank you to all our sponsors who made the event possible, the College of Physicians for being such gracious hosts, the Harlem Quartet for sharing their time and talents, and of course our families who are always ready to cheer on these exceptional young musicians. We are already excited for next year! Thanks to DeBalko Photography for these lovely photos!

Bach and kids
WolfBrown
Carole Barron
Gianna
Vernon and ST
Goodfriend
Screening
CHG speaks
H4 side view
red closeup
bow
full orch
Malaki
Mary clap
ST H4 students
Empress
ST speaks
gesticulate

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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