Inspired by the musical eclecticism of Andrea Clearfield's Philadelphia "Salon" concerts and motivated by a desire to find joy in different modes of musical expression, "Celtic to Classical" just finished its third year producing summer concerts in Southern Delaware. Violins, cellos, piano and flute brought to life classical music, folk music, and even bluegrass! Stay tuned for CDs available for sale of 2018 concert highlights. A big "thank you" to the folks who came out and filled the seats at Georgetown Presbyterian, Epworth United Methodist, St. Martha's Episcopal, Avenue United Methodist and the Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist. Also thanks to our hosting congregations and leadership for your warm welcome! We are already thinking about plans for next year. Please don't hesitate to contact us via this website if you have any questions or business to follow up on from our 2018 season.

Celtic to Classical doesn't charge admission, but rather accepts a free-will offering at all performances (suggested contribution of $15), with the aim of making high quality live music available to all. Our debut performance from 2016, at Epworth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach, can be streamed here.

A fun, engaging, thoughtful program played by a joyful—and super talented—group of musicians from around the world. Don’t miss it!
— David Amado, music director of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra


Sean Kennard, pianist, Assistant Professor of Piano at Stetson University; Dennis Kim, violinist, Concertmaster, Pacific Symphony; Jonah Kim, cello soloist; Alexis Meschter, violinist; Sheridan Seyfried, composer/arranger, pianist, violinist; Ya-Jhu Yang, composer, pianist, flutist