The New York Wall Fabric
A chamber music ensemble, Musicians of the Old Post Road plays authentic arrangements of classic songs on period instruments to convey a historic feel and the intended sound of their composers. In Philadelphia Story, America's early music history is brought to the center stage in a collection of revelatory pieces from early American tunesmiths such as John Christopher Moller, Raynor Taylor, and Alexander Reinagle. Several pieces reflect the revolutionary undertones of 18th-century federal Philadelphia, once the nation's largest city, first capital, and first cheesesteak outpost. Seating is general admission (a $25 value, a $20 value for seniors) and admission is free for children.