Featured Events November
Take a look at the perks of the Park! These exclusive events are just for Rydal Park residents.
Here’s a few highlights for the month.
SPELLBINDING STRINGSAccomplished cellist Talia Schiff presents a concert of classical music with piano accompaniment.
BIGGER, BETTER, MORE BAZAARThe event to end all events at Rydal Park, this year’s annual bazaar features dozens of tables, scores of shoppers and outstanding food, friendship and deals — transforming our first floor into a must-see marketplace.
TRIBUTE TO OUR VETERANS: A 50-PIECE CONCERT SALUTERydal Park honors its resident veterans with music by the popular Tri-county Concert Band.
A CLASSICAL MUSIC REVELATIONTemple University Professor of Strings Dr. Vladimir Dyo has won international competitions and widespread acclaim for his powerful, compelling violin performances. His concert of classical music — infused with his signature energy and style — is sure to win over both aficionados and new fans of the form.
PLAY IT AGAIN, RUDIThe “Great Composers” series is back again, hosted by Rydal Park’s own Dr. Rudolph Lea. Live music by talented fellow residents, combined with videos of great performances, makes for an evening of outstanding musical enjoyment.
THE MUSIC OF WWIIAs World War II sowed tragedy and destruction across continents, a golden age of songwriting emerged. From sentimental ballads to patriotic rallying cries, new music poured from the radio, onto the charts and into our shared experience. Historian Herb Kaufman’s “The Music That Got Us Through WWII” celebrates the composers, bands and singers that accompanied America through trying times.
A GALA TO REMEMBERA favorite Rydal Park tradition, the community celebrates Founders Day with a cocktail party, followed by a seated gala dinner, including entertainment by strolling Viennese musicians.
It’s the perfect time of year to take advantage of great destinations, right in our region, including:
- The Philadelphia Orchestra
- The Philadelphia Opera
- The Pennsylvania Ballet
- Studio of Ben Solowey, with lunch at Plumsteadville Inn
- Barnes Museum
- And many more!