Weather Notice:

UPDATE: Satuary, July 2 at 2:14 PM

We are continuing with the performance this evening at this time! Check our social media pages for any further changes. The ground may be wet, so those with picnic tickets may wish to plan accordingly. We hope to see you there!


While our Orchestra in the Garden performances are rain or shine, we are carefully monitoring the forecast for Saturday night’s performance of Franklin’s Playlist at Stoneleigh: a natural garden. If the presence of lightning or hail is too high of a probability by noon on Saturday, we may cancel the performance.

If the performance is cancelled, we are happy to convert your tickets into a tax-deductible donation or transfer them to any performance of your choosing in the 22/23 season.

Orchestra in the Garden returns this June for a series of outdoor concerts in beautiful gardens across Philadelphia.

Each venue offers a new experience – from colonial farmhouses to carefully curated flora. Bring a picnic and enjoy Baroque and Classical moods with your favorite refreshments.

All tickets on sale now. Buy a subscription for up to 20% off.

Stoneleigh: a natural garden


All Vivaldi

Thursday, June 2  7PM
Historic Waynesborough

Saturday, June 4  7PM
Christ Church, Philadelphia

Bach & Handel

Thursday, June 16  7PM
Christ Church, Philadelphia

Saturday, June 18  7PM
Stoneleigh: a natural garden

Franklin’s Playlist

Thursday, June 30  7PM
Bartram’s Garden (Community Tickets Available)

Saturday, July 2  7PM
Stoneleigh: a natural garden


Historic Waynesborough

Waynesborough, also known as the Gen. Anthony Wayne House, is a historic house museum at 2049 Waynesborough Road, just south of Paoli in Easttown Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Built in 1724 and repeatedly enlarged, it was for many years the home of American Revolutionary War general Anthony Wayne.

2049 Waynesborough Rd
Paoli, PA 19301

Christ Church, Philadelphia

Christ Church, known as “The Nation’s Church”, hosted members of the Continental Congress during the American Revolution. Among early members were Benjamin Franklin, Betsy Ross and signer of the Constitution and of the Declaration of Independence, including Robert Morris Benjamin Rush and Francis Hopkinson.  Dating to 1744, the current building has been cited as the finest early American church and one of the finest Georgian structures in America. Its steeple was financed by Benjamin Franklin in 1754. Its garden has been nearly renovated based on colonial design.

20 N American St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Bartram’s Garden

Bartram’s Garden is a 50-acre public garden and National Historic Landmark in Southwest Philadelphia, situated on Lenape territory on the banks of the Tidal Schuylkill River. It is a venue for art, an access to the tidal river and wetlands, an outdoor classroom, and a living laboratory. Bartram’s Garden attempts to hold the colonial legacy of the land with a commitment to learn and share the whole truth about of the plants of Southwest Philadelphia and the people who grow them. The Garden is operated by the non-profit John Bartram Association in cooperation with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation.

Community tickets will be available for performances at Bartram’s Garden.

5400 Lindbergh Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19143

Stoneleigh: a natural garden

Stoneleigh – Natural Lands’ 42-acre public garden in Villanova, PA – showcases the beauty of native plants and the importance of biodiversity. We hope to inspire our guests to think about how gardening in concert with nature is essential to improving the health of our planet. Extraordinary trees, sweeping vistas, and intimate garden spaces offer a variety of opportunities to explore, learn, relax, and be inspired.

1829 East County Line Road
Villanova, PA 19085