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Music at Woodmere

$25 ($15 members) 
Celebrate music at Woodmere with Friday Night Jazz and Classical Saturdays. With exceptional performers, an acoustically astounding space, and amazing works of art, the concert experience at the Museum is like no other. 
Tickets are available for purchase:
  • ONLINE (Click here for Friday Night Jazz and Classical Saturdays performances) 
  • BY PHONE by calling (800) 595-4849 (please note that an additional $3.50 charge per ticket will be applied to phone orders only)
  • IN PERSON at the museum during our NEW box office hours: Tuesday-Friday, 1-4 pm; Sunday, 11 am - 2 pm

Planning to attend? Please review this page before your visit.
Please note: there are no refunds or exchanges. All sales are final.

Friday Night Jazz (6-8pm)

The Music of Ray Charles and Betty Carter: Music to Shake the Soul - Limited Seats remain!

December 6

The powerful voices of Ray Charles and Betty Carter take us on a journey through life’s experiences and emotions. From “What’d I Say” to “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” experience how these two artists hit that deep spot in the music box. Featuring vocalists Warren Cooper and Carol Harris.

Diva Night: Tribute to Jean Carne, Cassandra Wilson, and Anita Baker

December 13

When the music pours from the hearts of Jean Carne, Cassandra Wilson, and Anita Baker, there’s no shield from the rays of their musical sunshine. Boost your evening with a tribute to the soulful, sultry, and remarkable voices of these three jazz divas with tunes like “Infant Eyes,” “Dindi,” and “Sweet Love.” With vocalists Sherry Butler and Starlene Bey.

Motown for the Holidays - sold out!

December 20

Celebrate the holidays with the Motown sound of the Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Martha and the Vandellas, and other great Motown artists. Their unique sound brings a special magic to the holiday season. Featuring the Undefeated Jazz Orchestra.
— Winter Break —
More dates to be announced. Spring 2020 performances return February 14!

Classical Saturdays (5-7pm) 

Concert Pianist Marja Kaisla

January 11

Performer: Marja Kaisla
Virtuoso pianist Kaisla opens Woodmere’s 2020 classical season. Born in Helsinki, Kaisla moved to Philadelphia in 1987 and has since performed throughout the United States, debuting at Carnegie Hall in 2005. Program to be announced.

More classical concerts coming up in winter 2020!

WRTI is a partner for Music at Woodmere. Friday Night Jazz is offered in partnership with LifeLine Music Coalition.
Classical Saturdays is generously supported by Pennsylvania Trust.
Glenmede is a generous supporter of Music at Woodmere.