Eagles' Jason Kelce Picks Up His Saxophone With Philadelphia Orchestra in Performance

Eagles center Jason Kelce will join the Philadelphia Orchestra in their Tuesday performance benefiting autism.

What to Know

  • Eagles center Jason Kelce is joining the Philadelphia Orchestra Tuesday to perform for the team's autism challenge.
  • Earlier in the offseason, Kelce made a cameo with the Avalon String Bang during their Mardi Gras performance.
  • An experienced musician, Kelce has been playing the saxophone since high school.

The Philadelphia Orchestra has acquired a Super Bowl champion.

Eagles center Jason Kelce will play baritone saxophone with the orchestra Tuesday at the Mann Music Center to benefit the team's autism challenge. The music will accompany the team's highlights from NFL Films.

In the offseason, Kelce played with the Avalon String Band during a Mummers parade to celebrate Mardi Gras. Mummers are costumed bands most known for their lavish New Year's Day performances in Philadelphia.

The group provided Kelce with the Mummers outfit he wore in the championship parade honoring the Eagles for the team's Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots.

Kelce has played sax since high school.

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