Welcome to the NEPA Philharmonic!

The Mission of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic is to present live symphonic performances and music education at the highest level of artistic excellence, enriching and engaging the people of our region.

Our concert series include classical and pop-themed performance programs, Independence Day concerts offered free of charge to the community, and holiday performances incorporating local choral and dance groups.


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Join the NEPA Philharmonic as our Chamber Series continues

Chamber IV – Meet Laura Gilbert

Thursday, March 2, 2017 – 7PM
WVIA Studios – Sordoni Theater, Pittston

 Laura Gilbert, Principal Flutist
Molly Morkoski, Piano

Get to know our Principal Flutist as she masterfully performs the music of J.S. Bach, Arthur Foote and John Harbison. Molly Morkoski will join her on piano.
Enjoy the up close and personal setting inside the Sordoni Theater at WVIA studios. Refreshments are offered at 6:30 and you’re invited to mix and mingle with the musicians after the performance while you enjoy some desserts and coffee.

BACH: Sonata in A Major for Flute and Piano
FOOTE: Three Pieces for Flute and Piano, Op. 31
HARBISON: Duo for Flute and Piano

Join the NEPA Philharmonic for the Masterwork Series


Saturday, March 4, 2017 – 8PM
Peoples Security Bank Theater at Lackawanna College

Lawrence Loh, Conductor
Mélisse Brunet, Assistant Conductor
Alberto Parrini, Principal Cello

From the rich, detailed compositions of Bach to the timeless works of Haydn, this concert demands a level of virtuosity that challenges even the most seasoned performers, but we are so fortunate at the NEPA Philharmonic to have the highest-caliber professional musicians around. Our heroes!

BRITTEN: Simple Symphony Op. 4 Conducted by Mélisse Brunet
HAYDN: Cello Concerto No. 1 in C major, Alberto Parrini, principal cellist
BACH: Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major BWV 1047
COPLAND:  Appalachian Spring Suite (from Ballet for Martha)


The Masterworks Series is the cornerstone of our annual programming and our most traditional series.

These concerts delight audiences with the irresistible, toe-tapping, finger snapping, POP-ular works we know and love.

Hear our incredible Philharmonic players up close and personal. Broaden your knowledge of the composers you love.

As people who love music, we have an opportunity to make the study and appreciation of music relevant for our young people.

Celebrate the joy of the season with our annual “Home for the Holidays” concerts!


Four youth oriented live concerts with coordinating classroom materials are presented to over 6,000 students each year.


KIDS web

Our organization is proud to introduce music that enriches the lives of the children and young people by offering unique programs that bring great value to our lives.


What should I wear?

You will see many people in the audience who dress formally, but you will also see other people who are dressed quite casually. If you would like to see typical audience attire, we suggest you visit our photo gallery.

How long do concerts usually last?

Approximately two hours, including intermission.

Are the concerts appropriate for children?

We think the Holiday and Pops concerts are kid-friendly. There is plenty of action and stimulus to entertain a young audience. The Masterworks concerts are up to your discretion. If your child is able to sit quietly, then please bring them.

Can I buy tickets at the box office on concert night?

Yes. Please arrive approximately 30 minutes prior to the concert to purchase tickets as the box office.



Celebrating 12 years
with Maestro Lawrence Loh

Come to a show & see our best season yet!