Upcoming Event: Musical and Architectural Gems at the Curtis Institute

Musical and architectural gems at Curtis Institute

Monday, April 6 at 6:00 pm

Lenfest Hall, 1616 Locust Street


Yale alumna Jackie Buhn, her business partner Alan Razak and Mark Steinberger, Chairman of Friends of Curtis Institute Board, will tell us about the beauty and history of Curtis Institute and the challenges faced during the architectural project at Lenfest Hall, while grazing over delectable lite bites.

Take a docent led, walking tour of Lenfest Hall.

Listen to the Curtis Woodwind Ensemble at 8:00 pm in Field Concert Hall located at 1726 Locust Street.

All this for only $25. Make your reservations here by April 2nd. Hurry, space is very limited.


Curtis Institute of Music is one of the world’s leading conservatories. It educates and trains exceptionally gifted young musicians for careers as performing artists following its “learn by doing” philosophy. Curtis is one of the few tuition-free music academies in the US. Two Curtis trained musicians won Grammies at the most recent, popular, musical awards.

Its vibrant urban campus along Locust Street stretches from a stately mansion on Rittenhouse Square to the new Lenfest Hall, located one block east. Lenfest Hall honors the streetscape of a venerable historic block, preserving two ornate 19th-century townhouse façades while providing an ideal, twenty-first century musical educational setting.

Tourists and music enthusiasts from all over the world come to visit Curtis Institute.