Welcome to the home page of
The Orchestra Society of Philadelphia
Philadelphia's reading orchestra since 1964
Our next rehearsal will take place on Friday, February 12, 2016 at 7:30 PM in Presser Hall on the Temple University campus (13th and Norris Streets).
Joseph Caminiti will conduct Vaughan Williams's The Wasps, Debussy's Prelude: The Afternoon of a Faun and Strauss's Blue Danube Waltz.
Snow coming down? Check here for cancellations. Snow-outs will be posted here as soon as the decision is made.
We rehearse each Friday night in Temple University's Presser Hall, Room 240.
Click here for map of the Temple campus. Presser Hall is building 41.
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Rehearsals begin at 7:30 PM and end at 10:00 PM
Check the schedule page for details about all upcoming rehearsals including conductors and repertoire.
PDF copies of parts for our rehearsal selections, when they are in the public domain, are often available for download at no cost at the Petrucci Music Library website, http://www.imslp.org.
OSP is a reading orchestra. We play a different work each week with either our principal conductor, Jack Moore or one of our many guest conductors. The majority of our repertoire is lent to us by the Fleisher Collection at the Free Library of Philadelphia.
We are always looking for string players! Come play with us as a guest before deciding to join us permanently.