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Billy Elliot the Musical
Based on the international smash-hit film, and featuring a score by music legend Elton John, Billy Elliot the Musical is a heart-warming, funny and feel-good celebration of family and adolescence. Set against the backdrop of the 1984-85 miners' strike, we follow the journey of a young boy raised in a small British mining town. Stepping out of the boxing ring and into a ballet class, he discovers a passion for dance that inspires his family, community, and changes his life forever.

presented by Narberth Community Theatre (NCT)
11/2019/01 - 11/2019/16
Curtis Presents Winds and Strings
Winds and Strings Sara Han, clarinet Doron Laznow, bassoon Gabriel Kovach, horn Benjamin Schmid, violin Haeji Kim, viola John Lee, cello Marcus Elliott Gaved, double bass Benjamin Krasner, piano PENDERECKI Duo Concertante for violin and double bass PENDERECKI Sextet BEETHOVEN Septet in E-flat major, Op. 20 This exciting collaboration with Curtis on Tour showcases a unique ensemble of winds and strings, performing expansive chamber music works by Beethoven and Penderecki. The ensemble is led by two Curtis alumni: Austrian violinist Benjamin Schmid, recognized as one of today’s most versatile artists; and Gabriel Kovach, principal horn of the Phoenix Symphony. This program will be performed in cities across the country during 2020 as part of Curtis on Tour, the Nina von Maltzahn global touring initiative of the Curtis Institute of Music. For a complete schedule, see above.

presented by Curtis Institute of Music
11/2019/20 - 11/2019/20
The Last Match
What does it take to become a champion and how is an athlete's character and mettle tested on that journey? From the playwright of Photograph 51 comes this funny and moving drama about an American tennis star, the Russian player aiming to topple him, and the women in their lives who may hold the key to becoming the best in the world. Philadelphia Premiere By Anna Ziegler Directed by M. Craig Getting

presented by Lantern Theater Company
11/2019/07 - 12/2019/15
Dance Nation at Wilma Theater
by Clare Barron Directed by Margot Bordelon In this raucously funny 2019 Pulitzer Prize finalist, a competitive dance troupe of pre-teen girls - played by women of all ages - vie for the national trophy. Every plié and jeté hurdles them towards self-discovery. You’ll be moved to tears and laughter as you watch them learn about their bodies and desires, and witness their burgeoning strength through the lens of the women they’ll become. Fresh off two landmark productions, Dance Nation had its premiere at Playwrights Horizons and a successful run across the pond at London’s Almeida Theatre. This self-described “ghost play,” was winner of the inaugural 2015 Relentless Award from the American Playwriting Foundation in memory of Philip Seymour Hoffman. Zizka is thrilled to bring Dance Nation to the Wilma stage. She notes, “Clare’s storytelling is unexpectedly hilarious, tender, ferocious and insightful about the wonderful and terrible complexity of girlhood.”

presented by The Wilma Theater
10/2019/22 - 11/2019/17
Annie
The classic family musical about an orphan in search of her parents who ends up with more than she can ever imagine. Winner of 7 Tony Awards, the delightful score is anchored by the smash hit "Tomorrow".

presented by The Players Club of Swarthmore
11/2019/22 - 12/2019/07
The Hound of the Baskervilles
The Hound of the Baskervilles is a masterpiece of mystery, farce, and suspense. Told in the same madcap style as The 39 Steps, three actors breathlessly play all 16 characters in this uproarious parody of the most celebrated Sherlock Holmes novel of all time.   Starring returning Theatre Horizon favorites Damon Bonetti, Steve Pacek, and Dave Johnson.

presented by Theatre Horizon
11/2019/10 - 12/2019/08
Stones in His Pockets
When small-town Irishmen Charlie and Jake are hired as extras in an epic American movie that invades their scenic County Kerry village, chaos ensues as they begin to discover that their romanticized Hollywood dream isn’t quite what it seems. Marie Jones’ Olivier Award-winning comedy is a rollicking, poignant tale brought to life by two actors portraying a colorful cast of dozens. Director Josh McLucas previously directed the acclaimed My Name Is Asher Lev at SCTC in 2017. He is excited to lead this hilarious story that pits harsh reality against Hollywood endings. A tour de force in comic showmanship, Marie Jones’ play centers on two local extras in a Hollywood movie being shot in rural Ireland. Actually, the play seemingly boasts a cast of thousands — but they’re all played by the same two actors, the bountifully talented pair of Brian McManus and Steve Carpenter.

presented by South Camden Theatre Company
11/2019/01 - 11/2019/23
FREDERIC CHOPIN: INSPIRATIONS (Ethical Society)
Pianists ROLLIN WILBER and KATARZYNA SALWINSKI explore their fascination and love for composer Frederic Chopin by playing his eternally powerful music and, sharing their feelings about why they are drawn to it as performers. “INSPIRATIONS” focuses on Chopin’s early years of growing up amidst the potent cultural life and music salons of Warsaw, Poland. It follows his initial journeying into the western world with the performance of his major works and exploring music by other composers that influenced Chopin’s own work. MUSIC PERFORMED includes Chopin’s Ballade in G minor, B major nocturne, E minor waltz, four etudes, F minor piano concerto (2nd movement) and the Andante spianato and Grand Polonaise; plus works by Maria Szymanowska and other Polish composers. This concert is the first of a series called “FOR THE LOVE OF CHOPIN,” comprising three concerts devoted to this inimitable composer, designed as a sojourn through parts of Chopin’s life. Details at www.FineArtMusic.com

presented by Philadelphia Ethical Society
11/2019/17 - 11/2019/17
FREDERIC CHOPIN: INSPIRATIONS (Ivy Hall)
Pianists ROLLIN WILBER and KATARZYNA SALWINSKI explore their fascination and love for composer Frederic Chopin by playing his eternally powerful music and, sharing their feelings about why they are drawn to it as performers. “INSPIRATIONS” focuses on Chopin’s early years of growing up amidst the potent cultural life and music salons of Warsaw, Poland. It follows his initial journeying into the western world with the performance of his major works and exploring music by other composers that influenced Chopin’s own work. MUSIC PERFORMED includes Chopin’s Ballade in G minor, B major nocturne, E minor waltz, four etudes, F minor piano concerto (2nd movement) and the Andante spianato and Grand Polonaise; plus works by Maria Szymanowska and other Polish composers. This concert is the first of a series called “FOR THE LOVE OF CHOPIN,” comprising three concerts devoted to this inimitable composer, designed as a sojourn through parts of Chopin’s life. Details at www.FineArtMusic.com

presented by International Institute for Culture
11/2019/15 - 11/2019/15
On the Horizon
Beacon Theatre Productions presents a staged reading of the new play "On the Horizon" by Shelli Pentimall Bookler. Directed by Justin Caiazzo. It was April, 1912. The crew on the SS Californian watched the lights of the ship flicker and then go black. Captain Lord refused to engage. It was in the early moments of dawn on April 15th when the wireless operator started his shift that they realized they were the ship that watched Titanic sink. A short dialog with the director and playwright will follow the reading.

presented by Beacon Theatre Productions
11/2019/16 - 11/2019/17
The Erotic Literary Salon / Adult Sex-Ed
Come hear what all of Philadelphia, the Daily News and the Philadelphia Inquirer have been talking about since 2008. The Erotic Literary Salon has presented as part of Philadelphia Assembled at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 2018. Susana Mayer, Ph.D. is the creator and host of this comfortable and safe space to hear erotica, journals, diaries, sex memoirs, rants and more. NO CENSORSHIP. Prior to readings: Adult Sex-Ed: lead by Dr. Susana Mayer, Clinical Sexologist. You may participate as a writer, reader, storyteller, spoken-word performer, or just come to listen, enjoy and applaud. An average of 60-80 people attend (The third Tuesday of every month.) Please visit the official website for details, guidelines for reading, monthly press release, and blog. www.theEroticliterarysalon.com NSFW The Salon also has a Meetup presence.

presented by The Erotic Literary Salon
01/2019/15 - 12/2019/17
Jon Dorenbos | Life Is Magic: My Inspiring Journey from Tragedy to Self-Discovery
Philadelphia Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos played in two Pro Bowls and had an illustrious 14-year career in the NFL. Also a gifted magician, he was a finalist on the 11th season of America’s Got Talent and is a frequent guest on The Ellen Show. Illusion and sleight-of-hand became an escape shortly after his father murdered his mother when he was 12 and he and his sister were thrust into foster care and then sent to live with a beloved aunt. From this early tragedy to success as a professional football player, magician, and motivational speaker, Life Is Magic is a memoir of Dorenbos’s heartening journey.

presented by Free Library of Philadelphia - Parkway Central Library
11/2019/18 - 11/2019/18
Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller – Program Six
From sci-fi to avant-garde, discover the unsung legacy of multimedia artist Ed Emshwiller. Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller is the first major monographic exhibition of the artist’s groundbreaking work in film, video, and visual art.   From October 18 – December 7, 2019, Lightbox Film Center will screen a diverse collection of Emshwiller's groundbreaking work in film while an extensive exhibition featuring paintings, illustrations, videos, and archival material is on view at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery.   Program Six includes: Time of the Heathen, Scrambles, and Film Magazine of the Arts.

presented by LightBox Film Center at International House Philadelphia
11/2019/14 - 11/2019/14
Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller – Program Seven
From sci-fi to avant-garde, discover the unsung legacy of multimedia artist Ed Emshwiller. Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller is the first major monographic exhibition of the artist’s groundbreaking work in film, video, and visual art.   From October 18 – December 7, 2019, Lightbox Film Center will screen a diverse collection of Emshwiller's groundbreaking work in film while an extensive exhibition featuring paintings, illustrations, videos, and archival material is on view at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery.   Program Seven includes: Report, Identities, and Woe Oh Ho No.

presented by LightBox Film Center at International House Philadelphia
11/2019/15 - 11/2019/15
Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller – Program Eight
From sci-fi to avant-garde, discover the unsung legacy of multimedia artist Ed Emshwiller. Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller is the first major monographic exhibition of the artist’s groundbreaking work in film, video, and visual art.   From October 18 – December 7, 2019, Lightbox Film Center will screen a diverse collection of Emshwiller's groundbreaking work in film while an extensive exhibition featuring paintings, illustrations, videos, and archival material is on view at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery.   Program Eight includes: Pilobolus and Joan and Scape-mates.

presented by LightBox Film Center at International House Philadelphia
11/2019/16 - 11/2019/16
Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller – Program Nine
From sci-fi to avant-garde, discover the unsung legacy of multimedia artist Ed Emshwiller. Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller is the first major monographic exhibition of the artist’s groundbreaking work in film, video, and visual art.   From October 18 – December 7, 2019, Lightbox Film Center will screen a diverse collection of Emshwiller's groundbreaking work in film while an extensive exhibition featuring paintings, illustrations, videos, and archival material is on view at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery.   Program Nine includes: Branches.

presented by LightBox Film Center at International House Philadelphia
11/2019/16 - 11/2019/16
Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller – Program Ten
From sci-fi to avant-garde, discover the unsung legacy of multimedia artist Ed Emshwiller. Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller is the first major monographic exhibition of the artist’s groundbreaking work in film, video, and visual art.   From October 18 – December 7, 2019, Lightbox Film Center will screen a diverse collection of Emshwiller's groundbreaking work in film while an extensive exhibition featuring paintings, illustrations, videos, and archival material is on view at the Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery.   Program Ten includes: Chrysalis, Film with Three Dancers, Fusion, and Totem.

presented by LightBox Film Center at International House Philadelphia
11/2019/21 - 11/2019/21
Nobuntu
Nobuntu, the female a cappella quintet from Zimbabwe, has drawn international acclaim for its inventive performances that range from traditional Zimbabwean songs to Afro Jazz to Gospel. The ensemble’s concerts are performed with pure voices, augmented by minimalistic percussion, traditional instruments such as the Mbira (thumb piano) and organic, authentic dance movements. Learn more at www.nobuntumusic.com!

presented by West Chester University - WCU Live!
11/2019/16 - 11/2019/16
Circle Mirror Transformation
When four lost New Englanders who enroll in Marty's six-week-long community-center drama class begin to experiment with harmless games, hearts are quietly torn apart, and tiny wars of epic proportions are waged and won. A beautifully crafted diorama, a petri dish in which we see, with hilarious detail and clarity, the antic sadness of a motley quintet.

presented by Arcadia University Theatre Department
11/2019/14 - 11/2019/24
The Wizard of Oz
Swept away from her Kansas farm by a cyclone, Dorothy lands in Oz and on top of an evil witch. An epic adventure ensues as Dorothy tries to find the Wonderful Wizard of Oz and convince him to show her the way back to Kansas.   On the way she meets munchkins, flying monkeys, the Scarecrow, the Tinman, and the Cowardly Lion and discovers that she must help her friends first in order to face her fears and find her way home.   Quintessence’s production will explore L. Frank Baum’s fantasia as political allegory and transform the Sedgwick Theater into an Oz you’ll never forget.

presented by Quintessence Theatre Group
11/2019/27 - 12/2019/29
Alice in Wonderland
Alice dreams her way into a Wonderland of fantasy and fun. She meets all the familiar characters from her storybook, The White Rabbit, The Mad Hatter, The Cheshire Cat and The Queen of Hearts – plus Humpty Dumpty and The White Knight of the chess board! Two actors play all the characters in this delightful one hour production designed for family audiences of all ages!

presented by Family Stages
11/2019/16 - 11/2019/16
A Midsummer Night's Dream
November 12 - 24, 2019 By William Shakespeare Directed by Edward Sobel Beware the forest outside Athens, where mischief reigns and faeries tease and torment. Shakespeare’s comedy of passion and power throws two mismatched couples into the fray of a lovers’ quarrel between the faerie king and queen — and soon they’re all entangled in enchantments. Add to the mix the devious Puck and a hapless troupe of amateur actors, and mayhem abounds. This magical tale, boldly reimagined for our time, reveals the dangers of unbridled desire and the healing potential of the imagination.

presented by Villanova Theatre
11/2019/12 - 11/2019/24
The Rainbow Fish
The Rainbow Fish includes an original stage adaptation of Marcus Pfister's colorful story as well as two of the author's companion tales, Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea and Opposites. The first of three tales introduces the most beautiful fish in the sea, whose scales shimmer in all the colors of the rainbow. He is admired – and resented – by the entire underwater world, until a clever octopus advises him to give each fish one of his scales. Further adventures follow as The Rainbow Fish finds the courage to explore the great unknown deep sea, discovering a new world with wonderful sights and friendly creatures of all shapes, sizes and colors who are eager to make his acquaintance. The Rainbow Fish will enchant even the youngest child with his silver scales and heart of gold in this adaptation about the beautiful fish who learned to share his most prized possession.

presented by Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
11/2019/23 - 11/2019/23
World Premieres
Be the first to see three new ballets created for Pennsylvania Ballet. In November, we present world premieres from some of the dance world’s most exciting choreographers – Garrett Smith, Juliano Nunes, and Yin Yue. These unique premieres will have you amazed at what ballet can be today. A Trace of Inevitability Choreography by Yin Yue Music: Dragonfly II by Michel Banabila Connection Choreography by Juliano Nunes Music by Ezio Bosso Reverberance Choreography by Garrett Smith Music by Johann Sebastian Bach, recomposed by Peter Gregson

presented by Pennsylvania Ballet
11/2019/07 - 11/2019/10
Sugarloaf Crafts Festival at Oaks, PA
The Sugarloaf Craft Festival will be at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA November 8-410, bringing the best in high-quality arts, crafts and design together under one roof. The holiday season will be in the air, making it the perfect time to find unique gifts for family and friends. You’ll find plenty to choose from at the show, featuring the best in local and national contemporary fine arts and crafts. More than 350 curated exhibitors will be there with designer clothing and wearable art, jewelry, woodworking, leather handbags, fine paintings and glassware. Each Sugarloaf craft show features master craftspeople and other artisans giving live demonstrations in pottery, metal spinning, glass blowing and more. Enjoy Middle Earth Studio’s costume theatre storytelling for the kids and modern jazz music from multiple bands. Stop by the food vendors for a delectable meal, or stock up on your favorite specialty nuts, jams, cheeses, wine and more. SugarloafCrafts.com

presented by Sugarloaf Mountain Works
11/2019/08 - 11/2019/10
Beethoven 9th Symphony
Beethoven: The Ruins of Athens, Op. 113 Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in d minor, Op. 125 In memoriam Lewis du Pont Smith Megan Monaghan, soprano Raffaella Lo Castro, alto Timothy Bentch, tenor Richard Zuch, bass Two works by Beethoven, one rarely heard (except for its famous “Turkish March”), the other among the most frequently performed—and both written in the context of the Napoleonic Wars. The Ruins of Athens, composed in 1811 shortly after Napoleon’s occupation of Vienna (where Beethoven lived), uses the devastation of Athens by the Ottoman Empire as commentary on the ruins of Austria. The Ninth Symphony was composed during the repressive political environment in Vienna after Napoleon’s defeat and exile. Its soaring final (choral) movement, the “Ode to Joy,” celebrates the triumph of universal brotherhood over war and desperation, and has become the official anthem of the European Union. A concert that is sure to lift your spirits! Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes, inc

presented by Vox Ama Deus
11/2019/08 - 11/2019/08
Tongue & Groove Spontaneous Theatre presents Groove On! A Fundraising Event
Groove On is Tongue & Groove's annual fundraiser party and performance. Join us for magic and song with T&G ensemble members Fred Siegel and Seth Reichgott, and an improvised performance by the entire ensemble, with improvised music by Carol Moog. This year's theme is You Matter. We'll ask the audience: 'Describe a time when you felt you mattered' -- your responses inspire our improvised montage of hilarious and thoughtful scenes and monologues. A portion of the proceeds from Groove On go to theYou Matter Marathon, a nonprofit that fosters global communal connection through the sharing of cards that say 'You Matter.' We will have an on-site raffle for fabulous prizes like great seats to the Orchestra, amazing theater tickets, music, sports and more! Price points and perks for everyone! From $20 to $50! Visit https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4353436 for more information!

presented by Tongue & Groove Spontaneous Theater
11/2019/09 - 11/2019/09
HEROES AND PATRIOTS!
Our special Veterans Day focused concert will perform many of our Nations most beloved music that celebrates the American Armed Forces including America The Beautiful, Armed Forces Salute, American Patrol, Military Festival Pieces for Brass Quintet, Ashokan Farewell among other stirring and emotionally moving patriotic pieces.

presented by Delaware County Symphony
11/2019/10 - 11/2019/10
Mother Goose
Curtis Family Concert Series presents: Mother Goose Enchantment Theatre Company Enchantment Theatre Company joins a wind quintet of Curtis students to bring Maurice Ravel’s Mother Goose to life.

presented by Curtis Institute of Music
11/2019/10 - 11/2019/10
Remembering Jews of Greece: A Musical Journey
Experience a forgotten language, discover a lost, tragic chapter of history, and be a part of honoring the Sephardic Jews of Greece—all through the music of Sarah Aroeste, a singer and songwriter of #Ladino, the Judeo-Spanish language of the Sephardic Jews. The #Sephardim were a thriving Jewish community in #Greece with origins in #Spain, until the #Holocaust tragically erased them from history. “Remembering the Jews of Greece: A Musical Journey” is a concert experience like no other—a multimedia performance featuring songs new and old in Ladino, sound clips, videos, and live music to resurrect the Sephardim’s culture and language. Sarah Aroeste is joined by the famous Israeli pianist and producer Shai Bachar and the founder of the Greek Chamber Music Project, flutist Ellie Falaris Ganelin. Join these talented musicians as they turn back the wheels of time. Through remembering of history’s dark moments, they hope to bring forth brighter days to come.

presented by Multicultural Arts Exchange
11/2019/10 - 11/2019/10
Woman and Scarecrow
A passionate and deeply flawed woman- mother of eight and wife to a remorseful husband-is facing the end of her life and looking back on her past.   Pathos and bitter humor mix as Woman comes to terms with who she is with the help of the otherworldly Scarecrow. Emotionally gripping, brutally honest, and darkly comic, Woman and Scarecrow brings that uniquely Irish sensibility of light and dark to the stage.   Featuring: Kirsten Quinn, Mary Lee Bednarek, David Bardeen and Tina Brock

presented by Irish Heritage Theatre
10/2019/24 - 11/2019/09
Sister's Christmas Catechism
In this holiday mystery extravaganza, from the author of Late Nite Catechism, Sister takes on the mystery that has intrigued historians throughout the ages – whatever happened to the Magi’s gold? Celebrate Christmas with Bucks County Center for the Performing Arts and Denise Fennell, who played Sister in 2019 season’s Late Night Catechism. Fennell brings her entertaining nun back to Delaware Valley Community College in Sister’s Christmas Catechism. Single price tickets, so reserve early for the best seats!

presented by Bucks County Center for the Performing Arts
12/2019/05 - 12/2019/07
Buried Child
Memories. Secrets. Mystery. What is lurking in the past of this American family and how far will a family go to keep it buried? Buried Child, the 1979 Pulitzer Prize winning drama, is a powerful and haunting portrayal of the crumbling myth of the American Family. Vince returns home to his family's farm, where his estranged father festers over old wounds as Grandpa drinks himself to death to avoid Grandma's fixation on the past. Strangely, no one recognizes Vince. Hardly the homecoming he expected, a history of hurt and betrayal emerges as the family's darkest secrets are unearthed from the barren corn fields.

presented by EgoPo Classic Theater
10/2019/23 - 11/2019/10
New Music Concert Series: Transient Canvas, marimba & clarinet
Boston-based contemporary duo Transient Canvas will perform "Wired" – a portrait of technology's integration into modern life.   As people try to emulate computers and we build computers that emulate people, the question of who is controlling whom becomes ambiguous. With musical inspiration ranging from Aphex Twin to electronic dance music, this program focuses on technology's ability to affect and encompass our social, political and natural environments.   Music by Avik Chari, Heather Stebbins, Jen Wang, Kirsten Volness, Carl Schimmel, and Dan VanHassel.

presented by Delaware County Community College
11/2019/07 - 11/2019/07
Between River and Rim: Hiking the Grand Canyon with Kevin Fedarko and Pete McBride
In an effort to share the Grand Canyon’s uncharted glory and shed light on the myriad threats it faces, writer Kevin Fedarko and photographer/filmmaker Pete McBride set off on an audacious and demanding adventure: to transect the length of the canyon on foot. This trek was not the pair’s first adventure together, but it may be the toughest. Join Kevin Fedarko and Pete McBride as they share the struggle and beauty of their estimated 875 mile walk through one of our planet’s most spectacular places. Award-winning photographer, writer, and filmmaker, Pete has traveled to over 70 countries for a number of publications and companies, including National Geographic Society, Outside magazine, Patagonia, and The Nature Conservancy. A passionate conservationist, Pete has been named a “Freshwater Hero” by National Geographic. Kevin is the author of the Emerald Mile and his work has been featured in National Geographic Adventure, Esquire, and Time, among other publications.

presented by Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
11/2019/13 - 11/2019/13
Stephanie Trick & Paolo Alderighi, Jazz Piano Duo - presented by Tri-State Jazz Society
Stephanie Trick is a Tri-State favorite - she last wowed the audience here in Haddonfield in April 2017. Today, she returns (finally!) with her husband Paolo Alderighi in a piano duo performance. They bring their fresh arrangements of classics from the stride piano, ragtime, and boogie-woogie repertoires, as well as from the swing era and the Great American Songbook, in a four-hands piano duo. Stephanie and Paolo are featured headliners at U.S. and international festivals and venues too numerous to list – so don’t miss this great concert! Stephanie’s website: http://www.stephanietrick.com/index.htm Paolo’s website: http://paoloalderighi.com/real/home.aspx?idArea=0&lang=ITA Here is St. Louis Blues from the Ragtime Extravaganza 2016: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSWYbVi4XlI They perform Blues & Boogie at the 2017 San Diego Jazz Fest: https://youtu.be/hEy1g8uD1J0 photo credit: Cosimo Filippini   All Ages welcome

presented by Tri-State Jazz Society
11/2019/10 - 11/2019/10