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
Associate Conductor Robert Whalen recently appeared on Comcast Newsmakers to discuss the February 21 Chamber Series concert featuting the brass instruments of the orchestra. Click here to see the interview.
  
The Hunt Magazine presented an article about the upcoming February 21 Chamber Series concert. Click here to read the article.  
  
Flutist Audrey Emata was selected as the winner of the annual DCS Youth Concerto Competition. She will perform with the orchestra at the May 1, 2016 concert.
  
For a comprehensive listing of recent news articles about the Delaware County Symphony and interviews with members and guest soloists, click here.
       
February 21 Chamber Concert Features DCS Brass in Concert
   
The next concert of the Chamber Series will showcase the brass instruments of the orchestra. Trumpeter Kris Alutius will present a brief history of the trumpet and perform music by Vivaldi, Haydn, and others. He will also show some examples of historic instruments. The second half of the program will feature the DCS Brass Quintet in a program of various music from the 1800's to the present. Tickets for the concert may be purchased by clicking here.

Third Symphony Concert Puts Spotlight on Romance and Beauty
   
The third Symphony Series concert of the 2015-2016 season features music of the past two centuries that were inspired by love and a fondness for beauty. The concert begins with the Prelude and Love Death from Richard Wagner's opera Tristan and Isolde. The second work on the program is Edward Elgar's poignantly beautiful Cello Concerto, performed by guest soloist Lawrence Stomberg. After intermission, the orchestra will play Ottorino Respighi's great tone poem The Fountains of Rome. The concert will conclude with Peter Tchaikovsky's famous Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasy. The DCS will be led by guest conductor James Anderson. Please join us on March 6 for a program of some of music's most beautiful and inspirational moments.