• Wolfe’s Newest Work Inspired by the Hard Realities, Heated Labor History and Rich Folklore of the Ethnic Mining Communities of Northeastern Pennsylvania (PHILADELPHIA)  For two days in late April, Mendelssohn […]
  • Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia, one of America’s oldest musical ensembles, is performing in its 140th consecutive season. It began in 1874 as an eight-voice male chorus founded by William Wallace […]
  • Click here to see a recent interview with Julia Wolfe and Artistic Director Alan Harler. Drawing inspiration from folk, classical, and rock genres, Julia Wolfe’s music brings a modern sensibility […]
  • Formed in 1992, the Bang on a Can All-Stars are recognized worldwide for their ultra-dynamic live performances and recordings of today’s most innovative music. Freely crossing the boundaries between classical, […]
  • In 1988, Alan Harler was named artistic director of Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia, only the twelfth person to hold that position since the chorus’s founding in 1874.  Maestro Harler also […]