Kennett Symphony

Kennett Symphony

Classical Series

Date & Price

Sunday, October 15 at 7:30 pm

Exhibition Hall


Reserved Seating: $55

Gardens Preferred, Gardens Premium Members, and Innovators: $50

Students under age 18: $10


For more information, call 610-444-6363.


Ticket price includes all-day Gardens Admission

Tickets limited. Sell out likely. 


Please note: The Kennett Symphony performance is not eligible for our Pick 3, Pick 4, or Pick 5 bundle packages. Tickets must be purchased through The Kennett Symphony.

Explore the Entire Series

From familiar faces to new artists to discover, our Indoor Performance Series showcases the beauty of the performing arts in the beauty of our Gardens.

 

Portrait of a person with long black hair, and dressed in black, holding a violin.
Soloist Risa Hokamura

Program

  • Glenn Buhr—Alaska (Sky)
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Violin Concerto No.4 - Risa Hokamura - soloist
  • Intermission
  • Felix Mendelssohn - The Hebrides (Fingal’s Cave) 
  • Jean Sibelius - Pelleas and Melisande  

More about Kennett Symphony

Dr. D. Duer Reynolds, a prominent local physician, and Ray Lyman Ott, head of the Kennett Consolidated School music department, founded the Kennett Community Symphony Orchestra in 1940 as an all-volunteer orchestra. Today the Kennett Symphony is Chester County, Pennsylvania’s only professional symphony orchestra. An integral part of the artistic community for more than 75 years, the Kennett Symphony is renowned for their refined and impassioned performances.

Find out more on their website