Schubert Featured By Delco Symphony

Schubert Featured By Delco Symphony

By Joseph B. Dychala

The Delaware County Symphony returns to the stage at Neumann University’s Meagher Theater, 3 p.m., tomorrow, Feb. 12.

The 2016 – 2017 season continues with a Chamber Concert featuring several exciting selections and special guests. The program will feature Dasha Bukhartseva and Artist in Residence Jennifer Nicole Campbell on piano for four hands, plus the Academy of International Ballet.

The concert opens with Franz Schubert’s “Fantasy in F Minor”. Next up will be an original composition performed by Jennifer Nicole Campbell entitled “Butterfly Whispers”. Maurice Ravel’s “Three Poems of Mallarme” featuring Katherine Skovira, mezzo-soprano and Smetana’s “Vltava” from Ma vlast round out the afternoon. The concert concludes with the well loved “Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2” by Franz Liszt.

Tickets may be obtained day of show and are $12 each with a special price of $10 for seniors and students. Children under 12, accompanied by a paying adult receive free admission. This is an excellent way to bring the classics to a new generation of listeners.

Schubert Featured By Delco Symphony

2 thoughts on “Schubert Featured By Delco Symphony”

  1. Thank you Delco Symphony for all of your hard work and efforts to bring beauty and pleasure to us. It really is appreciated. Just the thought of the Hungarian Rhapsody has my heart beating faster and my toes tapping.
    Go Delco!

  2. “Piano, Ballet,Opera…what could be better??? Hope this type of trio performance continues every year in the future…twice per year is even better!!!

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