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Lost Sites & Sounds of Early Philadelphia Music
November 09, 2014
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Washington Square (6th and Walnut approx)
Adventurous/Intrepid member w/ coupon code
Member (please login for discount) – $12.00
Non-member – $18.00
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Lost Sites & Sounds of Early Philadelphia Music is a two-hour walking tour that features sites and stories of many important locations in eighteenth and early nineteenth century Philadelphia music.
Included are the sites of America’s first permanent theater building, first opera performance, and first “mega-concert,” as well as the site of Philadelphia’s first public concert and locations of its early concert halls and homes of its prominent musicians.
Tour leader Jack McCarthy is a longtime Philadelphia archivist and historian who has held leadership positions at several area historical organizations. Jack has a master’s degree in music history and has been involved in several Philadelphia music history projects. He writes on Philadelphia music history for the
Hidden City Daily.
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