Welcome to the NEPA Philharmonic!

The Board of Trustees of the Philharmonic Society, which governs the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic, announced in august that it was necessary to suspend the 2017-18 main stage season.  The decision to be fiscally responsible and to focus this year on new paths going forward will enable the Philharmonic to establish new priorities, implement new marketing strategies, and raise the funds necessary to support a season for 2018-19.  The board is actively exploring creative new options and opportunities in order to ensure the orchestra’s future.

The NEPA Philharmonic is presenting a 2017/2018 Chamber Series and for more information click the link below.

PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION TO ENSURE THE ORCHESTRA’S FUTURE!

We rely on the generosity of our good friends and patrons to help the orchestra continue to provide transformational music in our community. Simply put, we cannot do it without you!

MAKE YOUR DONATION TO THE 2017/2018 ANNUAL CAMPAIGN

UP NEXT FOR THE NEPA PHILHARMONIC

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018 · 8pm · Quartet for the End of Time · St. Stephens’s Pro Cathedral, Wilkes-Barre featuring Principal Clarinetist Pascal Archer, Violinist Emily Frederick, Cellist Caleb van der Swaagh and pianist Spencer Myer. $35

Friday, Feb. 9, 2018 · 6pm · Indigo Moon Brass Band · Creative and Performing Arts Academy of NEPA(formerly Ritz Theater) Scranton. $25

Sunday, March 4, 2018 · 4pm · Flute & Percussion Duo Sordoni Theater, WVIA, Pittston featuring Patricia Zuber, NEPA Philharmonic’s piccolo player extraordinaire and her husband Greg Zuber, principal percussionist with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, will perform music written for flute and percussion. $35

Friday, March 30, 2018 · 7pm · Benefit Recital featuring Cellist Jeremy Lamb & Pianist Spencer Myer · Sordoni Theater, WVIA, Pittston. $35

Saturday, April 21, 2018 · 8pm· World acclaimed Violinist Yevgeny Kutik presented by the Temple Israel Endowment Fund, First Presbyterian Church, Wilkes-Barre. $36

SCHOOLS & EDUCATION

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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.

PLAN YOUR VISIT

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.

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