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It promises to be a season to remember as 14 talented jazz, organ, classical, and international ensembles make their Longwood debut. Start the season by joining us on a Silk Road musical journey through the ancient network of East-to-West trade routes. As spring emerges, we mark Earth Day with performances that enlighten, inspire, and entertain as we explore global sustainability.  View Lineup.

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Our 2018–2019 Lineup

Organ Sing-Alongs

Free with Gardens Admission. Sing along to the sounds of the season played on The Longwood Organ.

Canadian Brass–Sold Out

Renowned for genre-bending versatility and unparalleled musicality, award-winning Canadian Brass presents a joyous holiday performance.

Christmas Performances

Free with Gardens Admission. Celebrate the season with the joyful sounds of local choirs and musicians.

New Year’s Eve

Free with Gardens Admission. Ring in the New Year with strolling carolers, our historic organ, steel drums, and more!

Organ Concerts

Free with Gardens Admission. Listen to the sounds of the season played on The Longwood Organ.

Todd Wilson

Todd Wilson performs thrilling transcriptions by Edwin H. Lemare and Edwin Arthur Kraft, as well as Julius Reubke’s Sonata on the 94th Psalm.

Joey Alexander Trio—Sold Out

Experience the talents of 15-year-old jazz prodigy Joey Alexander, the youngest jazz artist ever nominated for a Grammy Award.

Parker Kitterman

Parker Kitterman is Director of Music and Organist at Christ Church, Philadelphia, and a piano accompanist for the Singing City Choir.

Curtis Student Recitals

Experience the stars of tomorrow as they perform solo and chamber music in these pre-graduation recitals.

PHILADANCO

PHILADANCO is celebrated across the world for innovation, creativity, and preservation of African-American traditions in dance.

Michael Smith

Minister of Music at St. Thomas’ Church, Whitemarsh, Michael Smith has performed recitals and accompanied choirs around the world.

Dervish–Sold Out

Long established as one of the biggest names in traditional Irish music, Dervish returns to Longwood Gardens.

Sō Percussion

With multi-genre productions and sensational interpretations of modern classics, Sō Percussion redefines the scope of the percussion ensemble.

David Briggs

Internationally renowned organist David Briggs performs organ accompaniment to the classic silent film The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923).

Chris Smither—Sold Out

American folk and blues singer, guitarist, and songwriter Chris Smither is hailed for his intricate finger-picking and rhythmic foot-tapping.

Monty Alexander Trio–Sold Out

Legendary pianist Monty Alexander bridges the world of jazz and the music of his native Jamaica in his vibrant, soulful renditions.

David Christopher

David Christopher is Organist/Director of Music at the Episcopal Church of Sts Andrew & Matthew, and Conductor/Music Director of Delaware ChoralArts.

Selected Shorts

Experience this hit public radio series and podcast live, for an evening of moving stories with an environmental theme.

Kennett Symphony

Featuring Andres Sanchez on cello, the Kennett Symphony celebrates the beauty of the symphonic form in an evening of Wagner, Tchaikovsky, and Mozart.

Nellie McKay

Acclaimed singer-songwriter and actress Nellie McKay will perform music from her most recent album, Sister Orchid.

ETHEL & Robert Mirabal: The River

Inspired by water as the embodiment of spirit, this cross-cultural concert evokes Native American traditions through contemporary music.