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Kennett Symphony Performance Summer

Kennett Symphony
Summer Series

Date & Price

As we all continue to work together to limit the spread of COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to cancel all summer performing arts events, including all ticketed concerts, Fireworks Shows, and our Wine & Jazz Festival.

Sunday, June 14, 2020 at 7:30 pm

Open Air Theatre

Reserved Seating: $50

Students up to the age of 18: $10

For tickets, call 610.444.6363 or click below

Ticket includes all-day Gardens Admission

Tickets limited. Sell out likely.

Under the direction of Michael Hall, the Kennett Symphony celebrates Tchaikovksy and friends in this performance under the stars. 

More about Kennett Symphony and this performance

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. Enjoy the energy of live classical music and the artistry of professional musicians as the orchestra performs works by Tchaikovsky and friends.

Program: Symphony Under the Stars: Tchaikovsky and Friends

  • Tchaikovsky—Capriccio Italien
  • Rimsky-Korsakov—Flight of the Bumblebee
  • Mussorgsky Arr. Ravel—Baba Yaga; Great Gate of Kieve from Pictures at an Exhibition
  • Mussorgsky—Polonaise from Boris Godunov
  • Khachaturian Arr. Horlick—Saber Dance
  • Liadov—8 Russian Folk Songs
  • Tchaikovsky—1812 Overture

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