Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

Breaking News

The Reviews Are In: The Opening Of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts Is a Phenomenal Success
December 31, 2001

2,500 Philadelphia School Students Attend Free Concert at The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
December 20, 2001

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts Opens on Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts
December 14, 2001

Moore College Galleries Enrich Visual Arts at The Kimmel Center
December 6, 2001

130 Free Events to Celebrate Opening of The Kimmel Center
November 26, 2001

Kimmel Center Glass Sparkles as Cleaning Contract is Awarded
November 19, 2001

Sidney Kimmel Announces $5 Million Endowment for Kimmel Center to Provide Arts Education to Philadelphia Children
November 8, 2001

Regional Performing Arts Center ‘Thrilled’ by Announcement of Challenge Grants from Pew Charitable Trusts, Lenfest Foundation and Annenberg Foundation
October 4, 2001

"United We Sing" - Regional Performing Arts Center To Present Free Benefit Concert On Anniversary Of September 11th Attack
October 2, 2001

Tickets for The New Kimmel Center On Sale October 8
September 25, 2001

Thousands Invited to as Virtual Ribbon is Cut on Center's New Web Site
August 23, 2001

Comcast Circle Dedication Celebrates Communication Giant's Gift While Kimmel Center Construction Reaches New Heights
July 2, 2001

RPAC Reaches Agreements with Philadelphia Orchestra and Full Roster of Resident Performing Arts Companies
June 27, 2001

Innovative Joint Venture is "Just the Ticket for Philadelphia Audiences
May 17, 2001

Independence Foundation Honors Edward & Marjorie Rendell
May 8, 2001

Philadelphia Performing Arts Center President Steps Down from RPAC Position
May 1, 2001

$5 Million Gift Takes RPAC Endowment Fund "Over the Top"
April 26, 2001

LET THE SHOW BEGIN! Regional Performing Arts Center Announces Inaugural Season in the New Kimmel Center and the Historic Academy of Music
March 22, 2001

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts to Open December 16 in the Heart of Philadelphia
March 20, 2001