Looking for some FREE Summer Fun?

The Mann Center for the performing Arts in Philadelphia is pleased to offer a free Young People’s Concert Series.

Young People’s Concert Series events are presented free of charge and provide culturally diverse performing arts programs accessible to students grades K – 12 and families in an informal atmosphere. Events feature multicultural performances by internationally acclaimed, emerging, and regional young artists.

People of Earth, July 8

People of Earth is a dynamic world music ensemble set on blurring the barriers between the great art forms of the terrestrial sphere, creating an explosive blend of the music of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Brazil, and beyond. With a world-class collective of musical minds whose origins span three continents with influences ranging further still, such an ensemble could only be christened People of Earth.

Rhythms of the World, August 6

Every country around the globe has a tradition around rhythm and how it reflects that culture’s traditions in music and community. Come join the Mann Center in exploring the world by listening and feeling the beat from multiple group performances. No passports needed to travel the world one beat at a time! There will be rhythms from Africa, the Caribbean, and more. This upbeat and fun performance is geared for all ages.

Young People’s Concert Series events are open to the public and include programs for students K-12. Concerts are held at the Mann’s TD Pavilion. All performances are 75 minutes. Parking is provided free of charge. No tickets will be issued; however, registration is required in advance. Seating is general admission and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Visit manncenter.org/ypcs for more information or email education@manncenter.org

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