Live Music Series
Live Music Series
The Live Music Series at Delaware County Community College is dedicated to providing musical experiences that enrich the lives of our students, faculty, staff, and community. Our mission is to provide events that showcase the highest standards of artistic excellence across a diverse range of genres, from classical and jazz to contemporary and world music. By presenting talented musicians, both local and international, we provide a vital platform for exceptional performances in the region. Events often incorporate educational components such as pre-concert talks, workshops, and masterclasses to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of music. Through collaboration, education, inclusiveness, and a commitment to excellence the Live Music Series at Delaware County Community College enhances the cultural vitality of our college and the community we serve.
Large Auditorium | Academic Building | Marple Campus
$10 General Admission
FREE for DCCC Students & Employees
FREE for All Students (from all schools and colleges)
For more information and group ticket sales, please call
ADA Assistive Listening Devices, Accessible Seating and Parking Available
Spring 2024 Concerts
Minas: Brazilian Jazz Music
Minas (Orlando Haddad and Patricia King) takes Brazilian and American roots to create a sound that is fresh and innovative, from ballads tinged with melancholic traits of Blues and Choro, to Folk coasting on the subtle coolness of a Bossa Nova pulse, to upbeat Sambas elaborated with instrumental jazz improvisation, scat singing and whimsical whistling. With a catalogue and a collection of over 100 songs, Orlando and Patricia’s compositions have been compared to classics by Cole Porter and Antonio Carlos Jobim. Capturing the essence of great songwriting with memorable melodies, inventive harmonies, and poetic lyrics, the music of Minas is engaging and timeless.
NakedEye Ensemble featuring pianist Kathleen Supové
The award-winning NakedEye Ensemble is joined by NYC “Downtown Piano Queen” (the MMIXDOWN) Kathleen Supové in a commissioning project exploring works for two pianists and ensemble. NakedEye “pianist extraordinaire” (Boston Globe) Ju-Ping Song and Supové head a wild ride choreographed around a grand piano, toy pianos, midi controllers, a bicycle, and a body of electroacoustic instruments. This truly kaleidoscopic experience showcases magnetic works by Angélica Negrón, Randall Woolf, Molly Joyce, Rusty Banks, and DCCC Music Professor Richard Belcastro.