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3701 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA, 19104
United States

(215) 387-2310

Intercultural Journeys seeks to promote understanding in pursuit of peace among people of diverse faiths and cultures through dialogue and the presentation of world-class music performances and other art forms.

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A Magical Holiday Concert 

Join Intercultural Journeys on Friday,                         December 4  for A Magical Holiday Concert with  The DePue Brothers Band and featuring musicians from The Philadelphia Orchestra: Jason DePue, violin; Don Liuzzi, Principal Timpani; and Harold Robinson, Principal Bass. 

Concert followed by champagne and dessert reception. 

Time: 7-9PM

Location: The Academy of Vocal Arts (1920 Spruce Street, Philadelphia)

Dress is classy casual. 

All proceeds benefit the Intercultural Journeys Annual Fund. 

A Magical Holiday Concert took place on Friday, December 4, 2015. Thank you to all of our supporters and attendees. 


About the Band

The DePue Brothers are made up of four violinist brothers from Bowling Green, Ohio, and encompassing a vivid blend of bluegrass, classical, and rock styles. Each brother is a classical virtuoso in his own right, and brings rich and diverse talents to their sound. As a family they have been making music together for over 25 years. They were named "Musical Family of America" in 1989 by presidential decree, were the subject of a nationally televised PBS documentary in 1993, and two brothers (Jason and Zach) were featured in the film documentary Music From the Inside Out in 2005. Their first album as brothers, "Classical Grass," sold out of its first printing.

Coming together with Tony Trischka, Mark Cosgrove, Don Liuzzi and a variety of bass players, the band began performing and recording in 2004. Their most recent album, "Weapons of Grass Construction," features a progressive mix of genres, giving direct nods to their bluegrass tradition and their classical training, while adding a deeper infusion of rock and blues.