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Mike Logothetis
Delaware Arts INfo

The Arden Shakespeare Gild is continuing its over-100-year tradition of homegrown performances with the classic comedy Twelfth Night. One of the most popular and enduring of Shakespeare’s comedies, Twelfth Night invites the audience to the Mediterranean resort of Illyria where mischief runs rampant. Set in “fairly modern times,” the usual elements of a Shakespearean comedy appear: twins, mistaken identity, cross-dressing, love, revenge and plenty of clever wordplay. 

Bromberg's Big Noise Festival - photo by Joe del Tufo
Rob Kalesse

The air along the Wilmington Riverfront this weekend will be filled with more than just the sounds of patrons dining al fresco and little ones running to and from the Delaware Children’s Museum. For the second consecutive year, the atmosphere will be bursting with the sounds of Grammy-nominated artists for David Bromberg’s Big Noise Festival...

Copeland String Quartet
Christine Facciolo
Delaware Arts INfo

Chamber music aficionados packed the pews at the Church of the Holy City on Sunday afternoon for the season-closing concert of the Copeland String Quartet. It was certainly an event worth venturing out for on a rainy spring afternoon, and the musicians appeared quite delighted at the capacity audience. 

David Wax Museum
Rob Kalesse

Wikipedia may classify David Wax Museum (DWM) as a band specializing in “Mexo-American music,” but the group’s titular front man finds the label “less than helpful.” In fact, on a recent call from his home in Charlottesville, Va., the guitarist and vocalist no longer subscribes to the notion of any genre...

David Amado
Christine Facciolo
Delaware Arts INfo

For a work that for many years was regarded as the “ugly duckling” of Gustav Mahler’s nine completed symphonies, the Seventh is turning up with greater regularity just about everywhere in the classical world. 

On Friday, May 18, night it was David Amado’s turn to lead the Delaware Symphony Orchestra (DSO) in its first-ever performance of this most enigmatic and fascinating work. 






Get INto the #Valentines spirit @hagleymuseum February 10th #inWilm during Victorine's Valentine's Day!...
@theknottygs are live at the #Starbucks on Market #inWilm until 7! #netde #wilmde
Don't miss your chance to check out the @talleyvilleframeshoppe Big Little Art Show closing this week #inWilm......
It's almost here! We just picked up cider from @liquidalchemybeverages and all we can do is dream about pairing...
#IPA fan? We're pretty excited to be tappIN' @ArgillaBrewingCo Beautiful Friend on Wednesday night during the...
LookIN' forward to Alvina Designs joining us on Wednesday at the #INtheSpirit Holiday Party #inWilm @TheMillDE!...
We just added @DelawareOriginals to @TheMillDE Market at the #INtheSpirit Holiday Party on December 20th! Snag...
Excited to have @Chantal_Matthews from @CreativeVisionFactory joining us for #INtheSpirit  Holiday Party on December...
It's coming baaaack! June 8-9 @bignoisefestival #inWilm
Excited to have @Chantal_Matthews from @CreativeVisionFactory joining us for the #INtheSpirit Holiday Party on December...