The Civil War in the Northeast

EJ Murphy is an educator and public historian from Scranton, Pennsylvania. He is the Project Coordinator for the Waverly Community House’s Destination Freedom: Underground Railroad Walking Tour of Waverly program and teaches social studies at the Howard Gardner Multiple Intelligence Charter School in Scranton. EJ will discuss the Destination Freedom: Underground Railroad Walking Tour of Read more about The Civil War in the Northeast[…]

Love Letters

Join us for a journey through the life long relationship of Andy and Melissa, the two characters of A.R. Gurney’s famous play, Love Letters. Experience the emotional reliving of two separate tumultuous lives bonded together by a shared love sustained by letters. Gurney has said that his play “…is designed simply to be read aloud Read more about Love Letters[…]

November Chamber Concert

On Sunday, November 17th at 3:00 p.m., Solo Cellist Brian Manker, Violinist Katherine Gradojevich Manker, Pianist Wei-Tang Huang will perform at the Phelps Mansion Museum during its Chamber Concert Series at 191 Court Street in Binghamton. Tickets are $20 general admission $15 members and seniors, Students $5.00 and children 13 and under FREE. Please note Read more about November Chamber Concert[…]

Fairwinds

Fair Winds Woodwind Quintet

On Monday, December 10, at 12 p.m. noon, The Fair Winds Woodwind Quintet will perform at the Phelps Mansion Museum at 191 Court Street in Binghamton. The Fair Winds Woodwind Quintet is a group of local musicians who enjoy performing together. They have a huge repertoire of light classical, holiday, sacred, opera, and dance music. Read more about Fair Winds Woodwind Quintet[…]

Anna-Maimine

November Chamber Concert

Anna Maimine was born in Moscow, Russia, where she started studying piano at age 4 with Natalya Dolenko at the Gnessin School for Children. At age 12, Anna came to Rochester, NY where she continued her studies at the Eastman School with Gary Fisher, Alla Kuznetsov, Natalya Antonova, Nelita True and Douglas Humpherys. Anna graduated Read more about November Chamber Concert[…]

Binghamton

Binghamton Walking Tour

On April 9th, 1867, Binghamton officially became a city. To honor this historical city, we are offering walking tours of the city every third Saturday in July, August, September, and October. Now that it’s summer, this is a great time to learn about some Binghamton history! Tours will begin at 10 a.m. at the Phelps Read more about Binghamton Walking Tour[…]

First Friday at the Phelps

Explore the mansion with us , and learn more about Isaac Perry, the architect of our building. Visitors will see the first and second floors of the house all while learning about the architectural details throughout the mansion. Tours will run at 6:15 p.m., 7:15 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. and there is no admission charge Read more about First Friday at the Phelps[…]

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