DCS Returns to Stage for 2021-2022 Season!

The DCS will be hosting a full schedule of concerts this coming season for audiences in the Neumann University Meagher Theatre. Delayed by one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the orchestra will celebrate its 50th anniversary by presenting soloists and music of special significance to the DCS. The soloists will be two performers familiar to DCS audiences over the years. Concertmaster Nina Vieru will be heard in Tchaikovsky’s ever popular violin concerto, and pianist Arnold Ostroff will return to the stage with Beethoven’s dramatic third piano concerto.


The December concert will be a special performance, beginning with the first orchestral work the DCS performed - Brahms’s Academic Festival Overture – and then proceeding with music performed during each decade of the orchestra’s history. Other Symphony Series concerts will be a “Three B’s” program, a concert featuring Russian music, and a concert highlighting American compositions. Click here to see the complete schedule of Symphony Series programs. Newly appointed Music Director Sebastian Grand will take the podium to lead the DCS in what promises to be an exciting and memorable season of great music.

New Music Director Appointed

The DCS is pleased to announce Sebastian Grand as its new Music Director. Mr. Grand is Assistant Conductor of Bucks County Symphony Orchestra, Conductor of the Youth Orchestra of Bucks County’s Philharmonia Ensemble, an adjunct faculty member at Lafayette College, and a coach and accompanist for the Philadelphia International Music Festival. He is also Director of the Grand School of Music in New Hope, PA, and is active as a conductor, pianist and educator throughout Europe and the United States. Mr. Grand will commence his activities with the DCS at the beginning of the 2021-2022 season.

You can learn more about Mr. Grand by clicking here.

2020 - 2021 Season

The Delaware County Symphony is a community orchestra established in 1971 that is dedicated to providing outstanding musical experiences for residents of the Delaware County, Pennsylvania area.

Fifty Years a Classic!

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New Members Welcome

The Delaware County Symphony currently has openings in all of the string sections (especially string bass and cello) and several other instruments. To apply, please complete a form on the Contact Us page, including a brief description of your experience.