Delaware County Symphony Chamber Music Director Offers Musical Video Tribute to Health Care Workers

Jennifer Campbell at the piano. Image via Bill Conville and the Delaware County Symphony.

Jennifer Campbell, Chamber Music director at the Delaware County Symphony, offered a musical tribute to Delaware County’s healthcare providers working the front lines during this pandemic.

Campbell performed Brahms Intermezzo A Major Opus 118, No. 2 on piano and dedicated it in a six minute video of “appreciation and love to our health care workers,” according to Bill Conville, vice president of the Delaware County Symphony at Neumann University.

Jennifer Campbell was born and raised in Chadds Ford. She did her undergraduate and graduate studies at the Peabody Conservatory of Music at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

Jennifer, the 84-member symphony, its 19 board members and 17 volunteers hope to “build an emotional and musical bridge with this musical gift of love and appreciation to the nation’s and our region’s health care workers who are now tirelessly working 24/7 to keep all of us alive and healthy during this horrific pandemic.”

“We are simply classical musicians and cannot medically assist them but we can publicly acknowledge them by offering our gift of music in appreciation,” Conville said.

You can view the YouTube performance here.

The Delaware County Symphony is a charter member of the Arts Guild at Neumann University, formed in 1991 to enhance the cultural programming available to the Delaware Valley community.