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Welcome to the Immaculata Symphony

Welcome to the Immaculata Symphony

a university-community organization

The Immaculata Symphony is an outstanding musical organization with a long and rich history. From the earliest days of the university’s founding in 1920, the department of music has included among its performing groups an orchestra which, over the years, has grown steadily from a fledgling group of chamber size to the large and highly respected symphonic ensemble it is today.

Continuing as an integral part of the department of music in fulfillment of its academic requirements, the Symphony is also supported by our Board of Directors. This Board is comprised of faculty members, student and community orchestra members. Its purpose is to help achieve the musical goals, prosperity and growth of the orchestra through fund-raising, audience development, and community service.

The Immaculata Symphony is always looking for new members. For further details click here.

Tickets to Immaculata Symphony concerts are available at the door or purchased online on Eventbrite.

Upcoming Events

JOSEPH GEHRING, Music Director Joseph Gehring is Music Department Chair and Director of Ensembles at Immaculata University. Maestro Gehring has worked with the …


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The Immaculata Symphony partners with the MOXART organization to provide musicians the opportunity to perform a concerto with a full symphony orchestra. These outstanding musicians will perform the following this Saturday:Bach’s Concerto No. 3 in D major – Gail Rodgers, pianoBeethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major (first movement) – Aria Zhao, pianoChopin’s Variations on Polish Airs – Nam Nguyen, pianoTickets are only $10 See MoreSee Less
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Next week, Dr. Bill Carr, Steinway Artist, and the Immaculata Symphony will be performing at Malvern Prep on Thursday, April 25, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. in the Duffy Theatre. This concert is FREE, but you must register for tickets at the link below. Seating is limited.www.malvernprep.org/studentlife/immaculataDr. Carr will be performing the third movement of Leroy Anderson’s Piano Concerto in C, and students from Malvern Prep will perform three selections from the musical “Children of Eden” with the Immaculata Symphony. The Symphony will also be performing highlights from their recent Spring Concert program. See MoreSee Less
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