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This year’s lineup includes artists from 11 different countries, presenting you with a variety of cultures and musical genres to mirror the wide variety of horticultural wonders that you can enjoy at Longwood every day. And knowing that you are a curious audience, we have 15 artists making their Longwood debut. View Lineup.

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Our 2019–2020 Lineup

F. Anthony Thurman

Delivering elegant and passionate performances, Thurman is an organ soloist and music director at First Presbyterian Church in Germantown, PA.

The Paco de Lucía Project

The Paco de Lucía Project reassembles the original band that toured with the legendary flamenco guitarist for the last 10 years of his career.


Nella presents her distinctively soulful blend of Venezuelan folk songs, the music of the Andalusian region, and the influence of her contemporaries.

Sebastian Heindl

The winner of the 2019 Longwood Gardens International Organ Competition makes his Longwood solo performance debut.

Jazzmeia Horn– Sold Out

Jazz vocalist and Grammy Award nominee Jazzmeia Horn has a name that speaks for itself, capturing the very essence of her expressive and lively music.

Steven Patchel

An accomplished organist and recitalist, Steven Patchel currently serves as music director at Immanuel Episcopal Church, Highlands in Wilmington, DE.

Christmas Performances

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

Lúnasa– Sold Out

Named after an ancient Celtic harvest festival, Lúnasa modernizes traditional Irish music like never before.

Michael Smith

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

Carlene Carter

The physical embodiment of The Carter Family in the 21st century, Carlene Carter presents her unique blend of country and rock.

Altan– Sold Out

Traditional Irish music legend Altan returns to Longwood for a dynamic and heartwarming performance.

Curtis Student Recitals

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

Dreamers’ Circus

Endlessly innovative and exciting, the contemporary sound of Dreamers’ Circus draws from the deep traditions of Nordic folk music.

The King’s Singers– Sold Out

With repertoire spanning traditional choir to new works, The King’s Singers are synonymous with the very best in vocal ensemble.

Andrew Senn

Known for his colorful programming and playing, Andrew Senn is director of music and organist at The First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.

Noa with Gil Dor

Renowned Israeli-born singer-songwriter Noa and guitarist Gil Dor present a selection of their diverse and inspiring repertoire in English and Hebrew.

Kat Edmonson

Embodying the spirit of the past with her contemporary American sound, this singer-songwriter performs songs from her album Old Fashioned Gal.

Kennett Symphony

Enjoy the energy and artistry of live classical music as The Kennett Symphony performs works by Schubert, Brahms, and Buhr in an intimate setting.

The Clayton Brothers Quintet

Bassist John and saxophonist Jeff form the backbone of this quintet, which swings with a musical telepathy that could come only from siblings.

Chris Gage

Praised for his convincing interpretations of North German baroque music, Chris Gage is director of music at Overbrook Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia.

Thomas Heywood

Called the “Ironman der Orgel” for his performances on pipe organs around the globe, Heywood performs his own transcription of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5.