"October is a symphony of permanence and change." - Bonaro W. Overstreet
She was only a creation of the imagination, a young woman of Baghdad who told 1,001 spellbinding stories to an Arab king hundreds of years ago. Her name was Scheherazade and her marvelous tales, a collection known by Western readers as "The Arabian Nights," have been a part of life in the Islamic world for centuries. (link)
NEWS & EVENTS
Whistler, paparazzi, and movie music fun was enjoyed by all. Now enjoy the entire NSO Family POPS 9/29/19 concert recordings in this link! Fantastic concert today!!! We are so lucky to have this orchestra in our area!!
(Linda Dion, Facebook)
Newark Symphony says goodbye to another dear friend, Betsy L. Kent. We are forever grateful for her deep contributions to the orchestra and board. Our annual youth competition will now be dedicated in her name.
A Celebration of Life and musical extravaganza will be held at 2 pm on Saturday, November 16, 2019, at Newark United Methodist Church
69 East Main Street, Newark, DE 19711.
Serenata Strings with Newark Symphony members performed music from around the world at Delaware's historic Hale-Byrnes House for DE chapter of the international non-profit organization People to People.
Symphony Concert, Sunday, October 20 3pm
Ferdinand David, Concertino for Trombone and Orchestra Op. 4
Dr. Bruce Tychinski is Professor of Trombone at the University of Delaware where he teaches applied lessons, trombone pedagogy and literature, directs the trombone choir and UD Slides jazz trombone ensemble, and hosts an annual Trombone Day event.