Fall 2021 on the Digital Stage

“Is there a more exquisitely peaceful sanctuary anywhere right now than the virtual one being built, week by week, by the Philadelphia Orchestra?”—The Philadelphia Inquirer

In the past year, performances presented on our Digital Stage have reached thousands of new friends across the country and around the world. We are committed to continuing our digital and community programs into the future, including a series of performances this fall.

Digital Stage performances feature a real-time performance premiere along with an extended seven-day access period for on-demand viewing. Digital Stage audiences can access Digital Lobby exclusives such as post-concert chats with guest artists and behind-the-scenes interviews with Orchestra musicians.

Create-Your-Own subscriptions for the Digital Stage—available May 26—offer special savings, starting at 3 concerts for $45. 

Fall 2021 Digital Stage Performances

What is the Digital Stage?  

The Digital Stage is The Philadelphia Orchestra’s digital content platform. Performances on the Digital Stage have been reimagined and filmed without audiences in Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.

All Digital Stage events feature a real-time streamed performance premiere and weeklong (7-day) access period where the concert can be viewed on demand. Programs runs approximately 1 hour and are performed without an intermission.

Digital Stage content is available on philorch.org. Patrons must have a registered My Account to purchase tickets and to access performances.