An Intimate Evening with Art GarfunkelFriday, March 7, and Saturday, March 8, 2014
Van Pelt Auditorium
Paid tickets required Grammy Award–winning singer Art Garfunkel comes to the Philadelphia Museum of Art for two intimate performances. As half of Simon and Garfunkel—one of the most successful duos in pop music history—he recorded several classic albums such as Sounds of Silence (1966), Bookends (1968), and Bridge over Troubled Water (1970), and was later inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. His beautiful countertenor voice has also garnered critical and commercial attention during a long, successful solo career. After taking time off to recover from a vocal ailment, the singer recently returned to the stage for a series of stripped-down concerts featuring an acoustic performance of Simon and Garfunkel tunes, solo work, anecdotes, prose, and a Q&A with the audience. Ticketing You may purchase online or call 800-298-4200.
Seating is limited, and tickets are required. Ticket price does not include Museum admission. Museum admission is not required to attend this program.
Because of the intimate nature of the program, please use discretion with regard to purchasing tickets for children under 10 years of age.
We ask that you please have ID matching your name on our ''Will Call'' list. This will be the only way to guarantee admission for you and your guests.
As a courtesy to the audience, anyone arriving after the start of the show may only be seated at an appropriate time between songs.
At the request of the artist, please refrain from the use of cameras and video or audio equipment of any kind.