Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra

Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra

OUR MISSION: We create intimate, transformative experiences that connect the musically curious.

WHAT MAKES THE CCO UNIQUE?

  • IntimacyThe ensembles smaller size allows you to get closer to the music and the musicians, helping to melt the invisible divide between audience and musicians, connecting you to the art in a new way!
  • CollaborationsBringing together artists to collaborate across genres and art forms leads to inspiration and innovation. Our size makes us the perfect partner, one who can be flexible and nimble.
  • Our soundOur ensemble balances an ability to highlight the gentle intricacies of chamber ensemble playing one moment while posessing a tremendous power the next!
  • Unexpected venuesWhether enjoying the beautiful acoustic in your neighborhood church or relaxing with a beverage in a hip nightspot, bringing music out of the concert hall creates an electric atmosphere, one where you can almost reach out and touch the music-making.
  • Fun facts: The CCO stays curious, going beyond program notes, striving to share something more about the music, composer or historical context.
  • More than a concert: CCO is where audiences and artists come to share an experience. Whether it’s our free Prelude Talks with the music director or post-concert artist receptions, the Chamber Orchestra is always looking for ways to create transformative event experiences for our audiences.
  • Distinct repertoire: Chamber orchestras have a unique range of repertoire, spanning from the classical music

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VIDEOS

  • The CCO has partnered with MYCincinnati, a music program that offers classical music instruction and group music-making with the goal of engaging young minds.

AUDIO

  • CCO: Gioachino Rossini's "Barber of Seville" performed by the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra.

  • CCO + VAE: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Mass in C Minor, Mvt 1: Kyrie, performed by the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra and VAE: Cincinnati's Vocal Arts Ensemble.

  • CCO + VAE: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Mass in C Minor, Mvt 6: Qui Tollis, performed by the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra and VAE: Cincinnati's Vocal Arts Ensemble.

  • CCO: Johann Sebastian Bach's The Art of Fugue, Mvt 1, performed by the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra.

  • CCO: Johann Sebastian Bach's The Art of Fugue, Mvt 17, performed by the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra.

  • CCO: Ludwig van Beethoven's Egmont Overture, Op. 84, performed by the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra.

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  1. […] only streaming music could recreate a live performance of Pepe and the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra. He played this past Saturday at the School for Creative and Performing Arts, backed by our CCO. A […]

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