The Philadelphia Orchestra is now on your mobile phone! Order concert tickets, get the latest news from your Fabulous Philadelphians, plan your visit, access LiveNote 2.0 to view program notes and translations real time in the concert hall, and watch highlights of our upcoming performances. Follow along as you're on-the-go and in the concert hall.
This is a free application.
* Concerts and Events
Browse upcoming Philadelphia Orchestra concerts and events. Get complete performance information including dates, repertoire, artists, and venue. Access and review the program notes before the event. Want to attend? Click the "Get Tickets" button.
Watch videos that offer insight into the season and its diverse performances.
The Orchestra’s in-concert app LiveNote 2.0 gives audiences the opportunity to view program notes, translations, and images smoothly in real time on selected concert weekends during the season. Content offered has multiple storylines—engaging both novice and veteran patrons—and is designed specifically for minimal impact to other audience members.
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LiveNote is great!
I am a resident of upstate NY and not a regular Philly subscriber, but I want to tell you, the Live Note technology is wonderful, and, although still new, will be a great asset to the Orchestra in the future. If you attend concerts in Philadelphia, I encourage you to use this great resource!
I used it for Tchaikovsky’s Sixth and it added a great deal. Hopefully other orchestras will begin using this app as well!
Great music app
It synchronizes with the live music and gives you the background story of the piece that is playing and helps you better understand and appreciate the music
Could be a lot better
The basic intent of this app appears to be advertisement rather than utility. It is difficult and cumbersome to see the program and performers for a given night without wading through promotional verbiage. Concerts are listed by captions, sometimes rather silly, rather than content. One has to go all the way through to a particular performance to find out who is conducting and who is soloist; the latter are given short shrift. It would be improved by adding a calendar similar to the website that one could quickly negotiate. Also a link to our subscription account so we could get a listing of upcoming concerts would be nice.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.