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Curtis in the News

 

Read about the remarkable accomplishments of Curtis students, alumni, and faculty across the country and around the world. Below is a sampling of recent press coverage. 
 

YourClassical.org: March 29, 2017
Young Artist in Residence: Timotheos Petrin

Curtis student cellist Tim Petrin is featured as Performance Today's Artist in Residence.


Philadelphia Inquirer: February 28, 2017
Bold 'Doctor Atomic' to detonate at Curtis Opera Theatre

The Curtis Opera Theatre presents John Adams' iconic Doctor Atomic in a bold new staging by director R.B. Schlather.


Globe and Mail: February 15, 2017
Leadership lessons from 12 overlooked organizations – Book review of Powerhouse

Curtis is featured in a book about 12 high-performing "powerhouse" organizations, alongside Medécins Sans Frontièrs, Southwest Airlines, the Finnish education system, and others.


Lancaster Online: February 13, 2017

Stars in the making: The Curtis 20/21 Ensemble brings modern music concert to Gretna Music at Elizabethtown College

The Curtis 20/21 Ensemble performs a concert of 20th century and contemporary music at Elizabethtown College.


WRTI: February 12, 2017
A Young Composer Inspired by the 2017 One Book, One Philadelphia Selection

Curtis composition student Nick DiBerardino's piece for One Book, One Philadelphia draws inspiration from Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.


PhillyVoice.com: January 16, 2017
On MLK Day, volunteers help Philadelphia school rescue its library

Through service and performance, the Curtis student body aids in the revival of the library at William Cramp Elementary School in North Philadelphia.


Philly.com: January 10, 2017
Philly musician and educator selected to give prestigious TED Talk

Curtis Alumni Network Chair and Play On, Philly! founder Stanford Thompson selected for the 2017 class of TED Fellows.

 

Generocity: January 5, 2017
This nonprofit is recording an album of songs written by Graterford inmates

The Curtis Institute partners with Songs in the Key of Free and Mural Arts to bring songwriting and music workshops to inmates at the Pennsylvania State Correctional Institution at Graterford.

 


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Jennifer Kallend
Managing Director of External Affairs and Patron Engagement
(215) 717-3190
jennifer.kallend@curtis.edu


Diana Wensley
Communications Manager
(215) 717-3129
diana.wensley@curtis.edu


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