Delaware students get a musical lesson


Simon Gollo, playing violin, and Jesus Morales, on cello, are two members of the International Dali String Quartet from Philadelphia who played two educational sessions earlier this week at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School titled “What makes Hispanic music Hispanic.” Gollo and Morales will be guest artists with the Central Ohio Symphony for the symphony’s season debut concert today at 7:30 pm in Gray Chapel on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus.

Simon Gollo, playing violin, and Jesus Morales, on cello, are two members of the International Dali String Quartet from Philadelphia who played two educational sessions earlier this week at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School titled “What makes Hispanic music Hispanic.” Gollo and Morales will be guest artists with the Central Ohio Symphony for the symphony’s season debut concert today at 7:30 pm in Gray Chapel on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus.


Simon Gollo, playing violin, and Jesus Morales, on cello, are two members of the International Dali String Quartet from Philadelphia who played two educational sessions earlier this week at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School titled “What makes Hispanic music Hispanic.” Gollo and Morales will be guest artists with the Central Ohio Symphony for the symphony’s season debut concert today at 7:30 pm in Gray Chapel on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus.

Simon Gollo, playing violin, and Jesus Morales, on cello, are two members of the International Dali String Quartet from Philadelphia who played two educational sessions earlier this week at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School titled “What makes Hispanic music Hispanic.” Gollo and Morales will be guest artists with the Central Ohio Symphony for the symphony’s season debut concert today at 7:30 pm in Gray Chapel on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/10/web1_IMG_1447.jpgSimon Gollo, playing violin, and Jesus Morales, on cello, are two members of the International Dali String Quartet from Philadelphia who played two educational sessions earlier this week at Delaware’s Schultz Elementary School titled “What makes Hispanic music Hispanic.” Gollo and Morales will be guest artists with the Central Ohio Symphony for the symphony’s season debut concert today at 7:30 pm in Gray Chapel on the Ohio Wesleyan University campus.