Delaware Symphony Orchestra

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Delaware Symphony Orchestra (DSO)
Orchestra
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official logo
Founded 1929
Location Wilmington, Delaware
Concert hall Grand Opera House
Website www.desymphony.org

The Delaware Symphony Orchestra is an orchestra based in the Wilmington, Delaware. It was founded in 1929 by the merger of the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra with the Wilmington Music School.[1] The orchestra performs for 55,000 people annually, mostly in the Grand Opera House.[2]

In 2009, the Orchestra got its first recording contract, from the Telarc International Corporation to record a CD along with the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet.[3]

Members[edit]

Violin, Heidi Soberick, Luigi Mazzochi, Emily Niccholl, Lisa Vaupel, Martin Beech, Patrick DesRosiers, Molly Emerman, James Finegan, Lysiane Gravel-Lacombe, Eliezer Gutman, Pamela Hoppmann, Reina Inui, Thomas Jackson, Joan Knoblach, Kyungha Ko, Ruth Kreider, Audrey Kress, Rosaria Macera, Erica Miller, Donna Rudolph, Irina Schuck, Aino Wolfson, Yehong Xiong, Viola, Julia DiGaetani, Elizabeth Jaffe, Robin Massie-Jean, Christine Grossman, Nina Cottman, Ruth Frazier, Amy Leonard, Doris Loder, Pamela Nelson, Petula Perdikis, Alexandra VandeGeijn, Cello, Doug McNames, Paul Eves, Mark Ward, Karen Ahramjian, Carolyn Ellman, Cheryl Everill, Jie Jin, Eugene Klein, Louisa Hazen Marks, Winifred Martindale, Double bass, Daniel McDougall, Douglas Mapp, Boris Blumenkrants, Elizabeth Cochran (bassist), Arthur Marks, Richard Schlecker, Marc Seidenberg, William Zinno Jr., Flute, Kimberly Reighley, Eileen Grycky, Elena Yakovleva, Oboe, Jeffrey O'Donnell, Stephanie Wilson, Cor anglais, Lloyd Shorter, Clarinet, Charles Salinger, Daniel Spitzer, Bassoon, Chuck Holdeman, Jon Gaarder, Horn, Karen Mendocha, Lisa Dunham, James Rester, Katy Ambrose, Trumpet, Brian Kuszyk, Steven Skahill, Frank Ferraro, Trombone, Natalie Mannix, Richard Linn, Bass trombone, Jay Hildebrandt, Tuba, Brian Brown, Timpani, Bill Wozniak, Percussion, William Kerrigan, Thomas Blanchard, Harp, Sarah Elizabeth Fuller

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Delaware Symphony Orchestra". Retrieved 2009-05-07. 
  2. ^ "Delaware Symphony Orchestra". Retrieved 2009-05-06. 
  3. ^ Cormier, Ryan (2009-05-05). "Delaware Symphony gets first recording". The News Journal. Retrieved 2009-05-06. [dead link]