The concert, called “Music for Food” will begin at 3 p.m. and will benefit the life-changing work of The Sunday Love Project, which serves 2,000 meals weekly to those experiencing food insecurity and homelessness.
The performance, brings together the finest musicians from The Philadelphia Orchestra and Curtis Institute of Music. The program includes Hungarian Zoltán Kodály’s folk-like, gay “Serenade, Op. 12;” the powerful “Divertimento” by contemporary American composer, Gabriella Smith; and Beethoven’s only full-length string quintet (“String Quintet in C major, Op. 29, The Storm”) full of wit, hijinks and exhilaration.
Seating is first- come, first -served. A reception with the musicians follows the concert from Catering By Design. Tickets (concert and reception) are $30 ($10 student) plus additional optional donation. Tickets: https://muttr.org/MusicforFood.