Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

New Music Concert Series

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New Music Concert Series

Each semester students of Delaware County Community College and residents of the Delaware County region have access to concerts featuring the world's top musicians right in their own backyard. The series highlights the expansive musical experience available in the 21st century, presenting virtuosic and cutting edge musicians from around the globe. The College is proud to present the eleventh season of the New Music Concert Series for 2019–2020. Don’t miss these incredible opportunities to explore music in ways you’ve never heard before! 


$10 | General Admission
General Admission tickets are also available at the door


FREE | All DCCC Students & Employees (w/ valid DCCC ID)
Student tickets are only available at the door the day of the concert.

For more information and group ticket sales, please call 610-359-5266. 
ADA Assistive Listening Devices, Accessible Seating and Parking Available

Fall 2019 Concerts

Thursday, September 26 at 5 p.m.

Gleb Kanasevich, clarinet

Gleb Kanasevich, clarinet

An immersive, atmospheric clarinet experience, including very meditative and intensely virtuosic moments that will take the audience by surprise. The program will slowly grow from purely acoustic clarinet into a surround sound clarinet and electronics piece that will transport the listener to another universe! Learn More »

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This event is a part of Delco Arts Week 2019!

Thursday, October 3 at 5 p.m.

Ju-Ping Song, pianist

Ju-Ping Song, multi-media piano

This concert will showcase powerful works by women composers. The program will include contemporary pieces for piano and multi-media by Rahilia Hasanova, Nicole Lizée, Kate Moore and Lois Vierk. Learn More »

Thursday, November 7 at 5 p.m.

Transient Canvas, marimba and clarinet duo

Transient Canvas, marimba and clarinet duo
Presents "Wired"

Boston-based contemporary duo Transient Canvas will perform Wired – a portrait of technology's integration into modern life. As people try to emulate computers and we build computers that emulate people, the question of who is controlling whom becomes ambiguous. With musical inspiration ranging from Aphex Twin to electronic dance music, this program focuses on technology's ability to affect and encompass our social, political and natural environments. Music by Avik Chari, Heather Stebbins, Jen Wang, Kirsten Volness, Carl Schimmel, and Dan VanHassel. Learn More »