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WBAA’s John Clare talks with Sara Daly Brosman, who runs the Delphi Opera House in Delphi, and WBAA Development Director Rachel Lattimore. They’ll discuss the brand new series of concerts taking place this summer.

There's more about the concert series here.

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The Delphi Opera House welcomes the return of genre bending "grassical" trio Harpeth Rising. Violinist Jordana Greenberg discusses touring, recording, and playing original music with her trio. WBAA's John Clare has this preview of their performance Friday night, February 23rd.

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The Delphi Opera House has an eclectic weekend of entertainment with the Funtastics Variety Show. Magician Bob Poynter emcees an old-fashioned variety show with regional artists including professional performers and up-and-coming talent. WBAA's John Clare spoke to Poynter and Thea Strand about the event.

Learn more about the shows here.

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John McEuen is a busy musician - playing multiple instruments, producing albums, recording his own music, hosting a SiriusXM radio show, and is a member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. He's performing Friday evening at the Delphi Opera House and spoke with Music Director John Clare about the show.

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WBAA's John Clare recently spoke with Deb Stevenson, oboist with the Metropolis Quartet, about their next performance, Saturday, May 7th at 7:30 pm at the Delphi Opera House. They discussed the program, chamber music, and Deb's amazing connection to Purdue University!

Learn more about the concert here.

WBAA Arts Spotlight: Delphi Opera House

Mar 2, 2016
Delphi Opera House original entrance
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WBAA’s John Clare talks with Sara Daly Brosman, who runs the Delphi Opera House in Delphi. They’ll discuss the history of the venue and preview some of the upcoming concerts.

Learn more about the Delphi Opera House here.

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The stairs up to the third floor performance space in the Delphi Opera House creak and bend as construction crews walk up and down them. A curving stairwell to what once was balcony seating features a narrow corridor strewn with dust and peeling paint. It’s not hard to see the building needs more than four million dollars in improvements. But on Wednesday, community leaders announced they’d received another $200,000 chunk of that.

Delphi receives "Stellar" recognition

May 16, 2012

Delphi is one of two cities in the state being recognized as “stellar.”

Several Indiana organizations including the Department of Transportation and Community Development Authority picked the Carroll County community, as well as Princeton, for the second annual Stellar Communities Award.

Mayor Randy Strasser says the recognition and money that comes with it will serve as a tool for attracting and keeping businesses in Delphi.

More than 40 cities applied for the recognition, but only Delphi and Princeton were selected.

Delphi Opera House to undergo renovations

May 3, 2012

A Delphi facility that has barely been used for about a century is getting new life.

The Opera House is undergoing a series of renovations and is expected to begin hosting shows by 2016.

Advisory Board Chair Anita Werling says some of the work is already complete.

She says once totally complete, the Opera House will be able to seat about 200-people.

Werling adds having a modern Opera House is a building block for the community and region.