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Join us for the Sisterly Love Food Fair, at Cherry Street Pier – Saturday, March 27 from 12pm to 4pm.
Enjoy live cello music and visit our COMPOSER AT WORK!

Free event with no pre-registration. Capacity will be monitored at the Pier during the fair. Please wear a face mask and maintain social-distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Ezgi Yargici, Cello
12:00 – 1:00 pm


Ezgi is a graduate of Bilkent University (Turkey), Temple University, and The Hartt School of Music. Find her near the entrance of Cherry Street Pier, performing classical, contemporary classical, and popular music.
Visit Erin Busch!
1:00 – 2:30 pm in Studio 8, at Cherry Street Pier
Philadelphia composer Erin Busch has received an Orchestra 2001 micro-commission residency to write a short string quartet as part of our new series, IN THE KEY OF L: Music Along SEPTA’s Market-Frankford Line. Her piece is inspired by "Hold Tight", a mural by artist Steve Powers.
Funded by the Presser Foundation.
Learn more about this project.
Programming for the Sisterly Love Food Fair is part of Orchestra 2001's EMERGING MARKETS concert series, with major support from the William Penn Foundation.
100% of your donation currently goes toward employing and paying musicians.
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