Curtis students return to the Philadelphia campus from across the globe this fall, offering moving in-person performances and robust digital programs. Fueled by the enduring spark of our young artists, live music is back and better than ever—join us!
The safety of our audiences, students, and staff is our highest priority. Please visit our reopening FAQs page for the latest information.
Subscription and single ticket information will be available in the coming weeks.
The Student Recital Series provides a platform for exceptional young musicians—and free opportunities for audiences to indulge in a season-long showcase of artistry. Student artists perform solo and chamber works most Mondays and Fridays at 8 p.m. in Gould Rehearsal Hall for in-person audiences, with weekly digital broadcasts available. For the safety of our performers, free registration is required in advance.
The new season begins Friday, October 15 at 8 p.m. in Gould Rehearsal Hall.
Curtis Opera Theatre reimagines La clemenza di Tito for the silver screen. The opera/film production directed by Chas Rader-Shieber and Alek Shrader creates fantastical new worlds around Mozart’s noble drama of ancient Rome. Screenings at the Prince Theater begin with a special opening night celebration November 4.
A vital personality on today’s music scene, Tania León is highly regarded as a composer and conductor and for her accomplishments as an educator and advisor to arts organizations. She will lead master classes, coach student musicians for public performances, and more during her residency. Highlights include a portrait concert by Ensemble 20/21.
The Curtis Symphony Orchestra returns to Verizon Hall with conductor Peter Oundjian and organist Alan Morrison in January, and conductor Robert Spano and pianist Yefim Bronfman in April.
From the farcical alliances of Così fan tutte to more sinister designs in The Dangerous Liaisons, the Curtis Opera Theatre showcases stunning new productions in March and May.