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 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
After two seasons of inspirational leadership, Music Director Tim Ribchester has decided to pursue new musical opportunities and relocate to Europe. As a result, the DCS has invited four guest conductors to lead the orchestra in each of the four Symphony Series concerts next season. The conductors, guest soloists, and music to be performed are listed on the Symphony Series page.
  
Videos of our May 3 concert featuring the winners of the Youth Concerto Competition are available. Click here to see Nicole Ozdowski perform the Poem for Flute and Orchestra by Griffes, and here for Jason Vassiliou performing Tzigane by Ravel.
 
Guest conductor Joseph Caminiti recently appeared on Comcast Newsmakers to discuss the first Symphony Series concert of next season. Click here to see the interview.
  
The DCS has openings and is seeking expressions of interest from talented violin and viola players. To apply, please send a brief description of your experience to Merri Lee Newby, personnel director.

  
       
Opening Concerts for the 2015-2016 Season
  
The Delaware County Symphony opens its 2015-2016 season on September 20 at 3 P.M. with a concert featuring three works spanning over 100 years of romantic chamber music - Schubert's Trio No. 1 in B-flat Major for Violin, Viola, and Cello; Beethoven's Serenade for Flute, Violin and Viola in D Major; and Elgar's Quintet for Piano and Strings in A Minor.
  
On October 18, the first symphony series concert will present Ricardo Morales, Principal Clarinetist of the Philadelphia Orchestra, performing Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in A Major. Other works on the program are the First Essay by Barber, On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring by Delius, and the Symphony No. 2 in D Major by Sibelius. The Guest Conductor for this concert is Joseph Caminiti.