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Introducing the 2024-2025 Season:
Fantasies, Favorites, and Forgotten Gems

The Delaware County Symphony’s 2024-2025 Symphony Series showcases a diverse array of musical masterpieces, including many beloved orchestral favorites as well as some forgotten gems.

We begin in October with our season opener New Frontiers, which features two masterpieces by female composers Fanny Mendelssohn and Amy Beach. Three internationally recognized soloists, Nina Vieru, Noelle Grand, and Eugene Albulescu join the orchestra for Beethoven’s majestic Triple Concerto. In December, our second concert, Timeless Melodies, features the overture to Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet, which is then beautifully contrasted by Mozart’s enchanting Horn Concerto No. 3, featuring Philadelphia Orchestra principal horn, Jennifer Montone. Gliere’s expansive and exhilarating Symphony No. 2 completes this exciting program. The March concert, Eternal Offerings will bring Schubert’s charming Rosamunde Overture, Strauss’s poignant Four Last Songs, with Katherine Whyte, and Dvorak’s powerful Symphony No. 7 to the concert hall. The season concludes in May with The Planets, including a lively overture by Louise Farrenc, a captivating concerto with the DCS Youth Concerto Competition winner, and finally, Holst’s cosmic masterpiece.

Each concert promises to transport our audience through a journey of emotion and musical exploration.

DCS Symphony Explorers

A FREE introduction to symphonic music for school age children accompanied by a parent or guardian. At each event, the children will learn about a specific orchestral instrument AND have the opportunity to experience part of a rehearsal. The children are invited to sit as part of the orchestra on stage to observe the interactions between the conductor and the musicians. DCS Symphony Explorers takes place on select Monday evenings in the McNichol Art Gallery in the Thomas A. Bruder Life Center Building at Neuman University.

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2024 - 2025 Season

Brings the Classics to Life!


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.

New Members Welcome

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

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The brochure cover art was created by artist Aliyah Cromathy. Click HERE to find out more about her.

The DCS is offering apparel and other merchandise for the DCS fan! Click on the mug to see the products.


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Financial support for the Delaware County Symphony has been

provided by grants from The Presser Foundation and The Ametek Foundation

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