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 Riverside
Delaware County Symphony at Neumann University
> dcsmusic.org
These days, it’s nice to find examples of a community working together, a place where it’s not about what side you are on, but about what can be accomplished together. The Delaware County Symphony is just such a place. A true community orchestra, it’s entirely possible that the violinist will be your child’s teacher or the cellist your next- door neighbor, but the music is anything but ordinary. Newly named Music Director Joseph Caminiti is launching programs with in-concert audience
interaction, themed-concerts and concerts that showcase the talents of the orchestra. Associate Conductor Robert Whalen and his wife, soprano Katherine Skovira, were recently appointed Co-Artistic Directors of the Barnes Ensemble, the Resounding Voices Choral Series and the Solo Series at the Barnes Foundation, and they bring their expertise to the group. With both symphony and chamber concerts, DCS provides phenomenal — and accessible — musical experiences to our Delco community.
Do n’t Miss
SYMPHONIC CONCERT FEATURING INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CHING-YUN HU PERFORMING BEETHOVEN’S “PIANO CONCERTO NO. 4”
SYMPHONIC CONCERT FEATURING TCHAIKOVSKY’S “VIOLIN CONCERTO” PERFORMED BY NINA VIERU
SOLO PIANO RECITAL BY CHADDS FORD NATIVE JENNIFER NICOLE CAMPBELL
 Main Line
Wayne Arts Center > wayneart.org
Seventy-five years ago, Quita Brodhead (admit it, anything started by a woman with that name is going to be cool) opened the Wayne Art Center in a garage on Louella Avenue because “there wasn’t anything like it outside of town.” The center started with 119 children enrolled in arts classes. Today, it offers instruction in all phases of the fine arts, including contemporary crafts, music, culinary arts and drama. There are opportunities for students of all ages, including classes for families to attend together, classes for scouts and homeschooled students and classes for adults with mental challenges. With an exhibition gallery and shop available year-round, you don’t have to make the art to enjoy it.
ARTSISTERS EXHIBITION: FALL INTO ART
IMPRINT
AND MARK
— THE LANGUAGE
OF PERCEPTION
CRAFT FORMS 2017
prices that won’t make you lose your appetite?) From orchestras to jugglers, ballerinas to show tunes . . . these shows are worth the price of admission. And then some.
 Main Streets
Community Arts Center > communityartscenter.org
Tucked away in the hills of Wallingford sits the Community Arts Center, a magnificent 122-year-old estate. Once home to a wealthy businessman
who made his fortune selling tiles for hearths, the building is now home to hundreds of artists of all ages — both professional and amateur — who come to find inspiration, relief from life’s challenges and exposure to new art forms. The CAC offers a full slate of classes, workshops, exhibitions and even an ARTstart preschool, all of which seems quite apropos for a building made possible by the manufacture of hearth supplies. After all, in the middle of every heARTth, you’ll find a little art.
www.destinationdelco.com DESTINATION DELCO 39
15TH ANNUAL FINE ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL
ANNUAL HOLIDAY SALE & PREVIEW PARTY
FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE SERIES
LANSDOWNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PERFORMANCES
“THE NUTCRACKER” PERFORMED BY THE PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF BALLET SOCIETY
THEATREWORKS USA PERFORMS “THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS”
PAUL DOWNIE
COURTESY OF WAYNE ART CENTER
COURTESY OF DELAWARE COUNTY SYMPHONY
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