For the past forty years, the Central Ohio Symphony has served the central Ohio community and helps make Delaware one of Ohio’s “Best Hometowns” with its contributions to education, cultural enrichment, and economic development.
Over the years, the ensemble has matured from a small volunteer group to a 65-member professional ensemble. Large crowds regularly attend its holiday concerts and its free, outdoor July 4th concert draws thousands from all over central Ohio.
The Central Ohio Symphony has the distinction of being the only orchestra in Ohio with a budget of less than $1.5 million whose performances on tour are supported by the Ohio Arts Council. It was selected to participate in the “Ford Made in America” project as one of fifty orchestras nationwide to premier a composition by renowned composer Joseph Schwantner in 2010.
Many businesses, foundations, including the Delaware Community Foundation and the Ohio Arts Council, and individuals have given generously through the years to make the Central Ohio Symphony a success.
The Central Ohio Symphony
P.O. Box 619
Delaware, Ohio 43015
To Purchase Tickets:
1 (888) 999-2676
To purchase tickets in person, please visit our office in downtown Delaware:
The Symphony Source
24 E. Winter Street
Delaware, OH 43015
(Located right next to the Strand Theater)
Note: Please do not send mail to this address; use our PO Box instead.
Concert Handicap-Access Information
Access is available through the lower level entrance to Gray Chapel. Please call The Symphony office for directions and assistance or click here for directions.