Lauded as one of the most renowned orchestras in the nation–and world, the Philadelphia Orchestra has been a destination for culture enthusiasts since its inception in 1900. It’s helmed by conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin, who is only the eighth music director of the symphony, a fact that speaks to its tenacity and caliber. One of the noteworthy aspects of seeing this symphony is experiencing the Kimmel Center: an architecturally-iconic building designed by Raphael Vinoly that sits along the Avenue of the Arts, the center of Philly’s bustling performing arts community.

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