Join Aqimero Monday to Friday, 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. for a variety of Happy Hour specials. You’ll find $7 cocktails, $6 wine, $5 draught beer, and $1.50 oysters.
Happy Hour also features Aqimero’s new Social Circle deal, fabulous for groups of 4-8 looking to mingle over savory fare. For $30.00 per person, guests will be able to choose two skewers from a list of options such as shrimp, octopus, fish, and chicken. Social Circle also includes the choice of one taco; crispy chicken, baja fish, or shrimp “al pastor.” Next, visitors will choose two snacks for sharing from a list that features crispy calamari, spicy shrimp quesadilla, guacamole, smoked swordfish dip, truffle fries, and Philly cheesesteak sliders. The deal is rounded out with a shareable chandelabra, a large format cocktail.
During this tour you will find out the history of the Kimmel Center, learn architectural and construction highlights, as well as visit the Commonwealth Plaza, Perelman Theater, Verizon Hall, Merck Arts Education Center and the Dorrance H. Hamilton Garden. This tour is approximately one hour in duration. Call ahead to schedule your tour.
Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company in collaboration with The Ahn Trio premieres its newest multi-cultural production, A Quest for Freedom, featuring live music and dance. This 12-section work is choreographed by artistic director Nai-Ni Chen, recipient of 15 awards from the National Endowment for the Arts. A Quest explores Chen’s stories of leaving one’s country (Taiwan) and emigrating to a the US in search of freedom. It highlights the current societal, historical, and international debate regarding immigration.
The Ahn Trio, three Korean sisters, Juilliard trained have released six albums and are recognized for bringing the 21st century and youthfulness to chamber music. The work is set to music by David Bowie, Ludovico Einaudi, Nuvole Bianch, Antônio Carolos Jobim, Pat Metheny, Zoe Keating, Chiel Meijering, and Kenji Bunch. The program also features three musical selections by The Ahn Trio composed by Michael Nyman, Kenji Bunch and David Balakrishnan.
USA | 1999 | 82 MIN | R
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The Science on Screen® program pairs screenings of classic, cult, science fiction, and documentary films with presentations by experts in the world of science. Each film is used as a jumping-off point for a speaker to introduce research or technological advances in a manner that engages all.