Dive Head-first into a "Classical" Love Affair with Two Outstanding Symphony Performances! 



Orchestrate a Fabulous Valentine's Evening of Mozart and Rachmaninoff Performed by the Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra

Tickets are on sale now for this special Valentine Concert at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center where you can enjoy glorious selections from Mozart's Serenade in B-flat "Gran Partita" K. 361 as well as Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2.


COOL FACT ABOUT  THE SYMPHONY'S MUSICAL DIRECTOR, REUBEN BLUNDELL The Symphony's 2015-16 season marks Reuben Blundell’s second year at the helm, as Music Director.  Blundell, (pictured above) has performed all over the world, including Iraq in June of 2013.
He served as Musical Director of the Hunter Symphony, when the group traveled to Iraq's Kurdistan region, performing and teaching along with American Voices, an organization supported by the U.S. State Dept.  The resulting collaboration featured six Iraqi hip-hop dancers performing to Bach and Grieg.
   
Lansdowne Symphony Notes...
Founded in 1946 at the First Presbyterian Church in Lansdowne, it is one of the oldest and finest community orchestras in the Greater Philadelphia area. Although the talented musicians who form the core of the 75+ members of the LSO come from many walks of life, they all share a strong love of music.

Their season runs from October through April, and offers music from the Baroque to the contemporary, including time-honored favorites and interesting rarities.

All Subscription Concerts take place at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center at Upper Darby High School
601 North Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA 19026

Listen to Lansdowne Symphony Selections

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From Vivaldi and Haydn -- to Fun Selections like Ain't Misbehavin' and Killer Tango... 
Prepare to be Blown Away by the Killer Horns of the Delaware County Symphony Orchestra...



On Sunday, February 21st DCS presents an afternoon of Chamber Music by their talented Brass Quintet - with instrumental compositions written by the musicians from the symphony's brass section.

Enjoy an uplifting concert experience showcasing the magic, power and energy that only brass instruments can deliver!

Dr. Robert Whelan, Associate Conductor
Associate Conductor Dr. Robert Whalen will be sharing cool commentary with the audience between pieces - and Kris Alutius will present a brief history of the symphonic trumpet.

Location:
Neumann Univeristy's Meagher Theater
One Neumann Drive, Aston, PA 19014
Start time is 3:00 pm

Concert Program:    
                                       
FIRST HALF:
Vivaldi, Concerto for two trumpets in C (with Jeff Istvan)
Haydn, Trumpet Concerto in E flat major
Simon, Willow Echoes
Goedicke, Concert Etude for trumpet and piano in G minor

                           
Rebecca King, French Horn
SECOND HALF:              
The DCS Brass Quintet (Jeff Istvan, Paul Baldino, Rebecca King, Mark Ward and Art Greene) will perform:
Kamen, Quintet
Cheetham, Scherzo
Kompanek, Killer Tango
Waller/Norris, Ain't Misbehavin'
Vaughan Williams/Villanueva, English Folk Song Suite
Ewald, Quintet No. 1

Founded in 1969, the Symphony boasts a company of 70 musicians and presents four full-orchestral concerts and four chamber music concerts each season. Performances often feature soloists of renown and new works by living composers.
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