2021 - 2022 Season

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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!

Chamber Concert has American Focus

The third chamber series concert of the season will be presented on February 6 featuring music performed by two quartets - a string quartet and a saxophone quartet. The string quartet will perform Antonin Dvorak's famous "American" quartet in F Major. The saxophone quartet will offer a variety of selections from American composers including George Gershwin, Scott Joplin, and Lennie Niehaus. The complete program can be found
here. Tickets may be purchased on-line by clicking here.

Anniversary Celebration

On December 5, 2021, the DCS presented a concert celebrating its fiftieth anniversary. Music performed represented selections from each of the five decades of the orchestra’s existence. Special guests included Roman Pawlowski and Jeremy Gill (former music directors), Dr. Chris Domes (Neumann University President), Nicholas DiMarino (Neumann University Coordinator of Cultural Programming), and Michael Bolton (guest narrator). Following the concert, memorabilia were displayed in the lobby and Neumann University hosted a reception for all in attendance.
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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