The Visual and Performing Arts are alive and flourishing in Delaware County! Take a guided tour of all our museums, concert venues, galleries, and theater with just one click!

The Tourism Bureau’s NEW online Guide to the Arts in Delaware County whisks you from the Brandywine River Museum of Art (pictured above) to iconic concert halls, art galleries, and award-wining theaters with listings of both current and upcoming shows. Plus Dance academies, Symphony Orchestra's and more.

Here are just 4 places you'll want to read more about...




International Ballet Classique along with International Ballet Theater, conducts professional level ballet performances, ballet festivals, lecture-demonstrations, and services community programs which all endeavor to make ballet and dance available to a wide and diverse public. . .



Midnight Sun Concerts promoted its first concert at the Tower Theater on June 24th, 1972 – it featured Dave Mason and Buzzy Linhart – and was a whopping sell out. Reviewer Jonathan Takiff in the Philadelphia Daily News announced in the next day's paper that "Philly Finally has its Fillmore," making reference to New York's famed Fillmore East. . .


The Delaware County Symphony (DCS) was established in 1971 and has been the "Symphony In Residence" at Neumann University since 1986. The symphony is dedicated to providing outstanding musical experiences for residents of the Delaware County area. It performs four full symphonic concerts featuring outstanding soloists and four intimate chamber concerts each year. . .




Hedgerow Theatre is an ensemble theatre housed in a historic grist mill, nestled in a secluded grove just minutes from the bustling county-seat town of Media. Vibrant with its own unique character, it seeks to connect and enrich the lives of the company, its patrons and the community through performances and theatre education of the highest quality.  Founded in 1923 in Rose Valley Pa, Hedgerow has its roots in the artisan/craftsman movement at the turn of the last century. . .

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