The Delaware County Symphony is a seventy-member community orchestra, established in 1971, and dedicated to providing outstanding musical experiences for residents of the Delaware County area. Concerts are given at Neumann University's Meagher Theatre in the Thomas A. Bruder, Jr. Life Center located in Aston, Pennsylvania.
In The News
Music Director Tim Ribchester appeared on Comcast Newsmakers to discuss the upcoming March 1 concert. Click here to see the video.
DCS Concertmaster Nina Vieru talks about what it's like to be the concertmaster of an orchestra. You can read the article in The Hunt magazine by clicking here.
For a comprehensive listing of magazine articles about the Delaware County Symphony and interviews with members and guest soloists, click here.
Special Announcement
We are now posting video excerpts of DCS concerts on a new web page. Click here to view the first set of videos.
Next Chamber Concert Features Wind Instruments
The February 8 chamber concert will spotlight the orchestra's wind instruments. The concert opens with the Trio for Flute, Cello, and Piano by Bohuslav Martinu. The next work on the program will be the Wind Quintet by August Klughardt for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and horn. The program will conclude with J.S. Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, in an arrangement consisting of two flutes, two violins, viola, and piano.    

DCS Concertmaster Performs Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto     

The March 1 Symphony Series concert will feature DCS Concertmaster Nina Vieru performing the beloved Violin Concerto in D major by Peter Tchaikovsky. Ms. Vieru has performed on many of the most prominent stages in Romania, playing an original Nicolo Gagliano violin. In 2011 she won the Temple University Concerto Competition and the LISMA Foundation International Music Competition.. She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees at Temple University, and is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in music there. The concert will begin with the rhythmic and vibrant Danzon No. 2 by Arturo Marquez, and will conclude with the famous Symphony No. 3 in E-flat Major by Robert Schumann, the "Rhenish."